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Climbing up the sometimes-rough pavement of Kelbaker Road; those who have ridden it know it A discarded Bud Light beer can at roadside is a sign that I've re-entered "civilization"ThumbnailsAh, my 12-mile climb up to the Kelbaker Road summit ends just ahead at the power lines...A discarded Bud Light beer can at roadside is a sign that I've re-entered "civilization"ThumbnailsAh, my 12-mile climb up to the Kelbaker Road summit ends just ahead at the power lines...A discarded Bud Light beer can at roadside is a sign that I've re-entered "civilization"ThumbnailsAh, my 12-mile climb up to the Kelbaker Road summit ends just ahead at the power lines...A discarded Bud Light beer can at roadside is a sign that I've re-entered "civilization"ThumbnailsAh, my 12-mile climb up to the Kelbaker Road summit ends just ahead at the power lines...A discarded Bud Light beer can at roadside is a sign that I've re-entered "civilization"ThumbnailsAh, my 12-mile climb up to the Kelbaker Road summit ends just ahead at the power lines...

At many spots along here, a bicyclist must ride out in the middle of the lane to avoid dangerous texture problems near the edge of the road.