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Pedalling down past those famous Mojave National Preserve cinder cones Baker, California: 23 miles and 2900 feet below the Kelbaker Road summitThumbnailsAbout eight miles down from the summit, I fly around the curve near the Kelbaker Road lava flowsBaker, California: 23 miles and 2900 feet below the Kelbaker Road summitThumbnailsAbout eight miles down from the summit, I fly around the curve near the Kelbaker Road lava flowsBaker, California: 23 miles and 2900 feet below the Kelbaker Road summitThumbnailsAbout eight miles down from the summit, I fly around the curve near the Kelbaker Road lava flowsBaker, California: 23 miles and 2900 feet below the Kelbaker Road summitThumbnailsAbout eight miles down from the summit, I fly around the curve near the Kelbaker Road lava flowsBaker, California: 23 miles and 2900 feet below the Kelbaker Road summitThumbnailsAbout eight miles down from the summit, I fly around the curve near the Kelbaker Road lava flows

Switching to my high gears, I pedal moderately and reach speeds above 25 miles per hour while coasting downward. The wind up here isn't as strong it was down by Kelso Depot, and it's coming from the side now.