dryfj.com / drycyclist.com

19/28
I depart the Kelbaker Road summit at 16h30 and the final 22 miles down to Baker is as enjoyable as ever While at the Kelbaker Road summit, I take a look at the power-line road which I could have taken to get here from Cima RoadThumbnailsI'm so zoned-out on endorphins that I didn't even notice the junction of Aiken Mine Road that I zoomed by a few minutes agoWhile at the Kelbaker Road summit, I take a look at the power-line road which I could have taken to get here from Cima RoadThumbnailsI'm so zoned-out on endorphins that I didn't even notice the junction of Aiken Mine Road that I zoomed by a few minutes agoWhile at the Kelbaker Road summit, I take a look at the power-line road which I could have taken to get here from Cima RoadThumbnailsI'm so zoned-out on endorphins that I didn't even notice the junction of Aiken Mine Road that I zoomed by a few minutes agoWhile at the Kelbaker Road summit, I take a look at the power-line road which I could have taken to get here from Cima RoadThumbnailsI'm so zoned-out on endorphins that I didn't even notice the junction of Aiken Mine Road that I zoomed by a few minutes agoWhile at the Kelbaker Road summit, I take a look at the power-line road which I could have taken to get here from Cima RoadThumbnailsI'm so zoned-out on endorphins that I didn't even notice the junction of Aiken Mine Road that I zoomed by a few minutes ago

The slow, almost traffic-free, descent from the 3800-foot summit down to 925 feet at Baker is one of those rides that makes bicycle touring in the Mojave Desert worth the effort.