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About eight miles down from the summit, I fly around the curve near the Kelbaker Road lava flows Pedalling down past those famous Mojave National Preserve cinder conesThumbnailsMy focus cuts across the slanted world of motion to the hills behind the Indian Springs area, where I camped the first two nightPedalling down past those famous Mojave National Preserve cinder conesThumbnailsMy focus cuts across the slanted world of motion to the hills behind the Indian Springs area, where I camped the first two nightPedalling down past those famous Mojave National Preserve cinder conesThumbnailsMy focus cuts across the slanted world of motion to the hills behind the Indian Springs area, where I camped the first two nightPedalling down past those famous Mojave National Preserve cinder conesThumbnailsMy focus cuts across the slanted world of motion to the hills behind the Indian Springs area, where I camped the first two nightPedalling down past those famous Mojave National Preserve cinder conesThumbnailsMy focus cuts across the slanted world of motion to the hills behind the Indian Springs area, where I camped the first two night

This curve reminds me that I'm about to leave the cinder-cone area behind until my next Mojave National Preserve trip.