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I'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

I'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 I depart the Kelbaker Road summit at 16h30 and the final 22 miles down to Baker is as enjoyable as everThumbnailsAfter coming around the last big curve on Kelbaker Road, I have a final 10 miles (dropping 1000 feet) to ride across the valleyI depart the Kelbaker Road summit at 16h30 and the final 22 miles down to Baker is as enjoyable as everThumbnailsAfter coming around the last big curve on Kelbaker Road, I have a final 10 miles (dropping 1000 feet) to ride across the valleyI depart the Kelbaker Road summit at 16h30 and the final 22 miles down to Baker is as enjoyable as everThumbnailsAfter coming around the last big curve on Kelbaker Road, I have a final 10 miles (dropping 1000 feet) to ride across the valleyI depart the Kelbaker Road summit at 16h30 and the final 22 miles down to Baker is as enjoyable as everThumbnailsAfter coming around the last big curve on Kelbaker Road, I have a final 10 miles (dropping 1000 feet) to ride across the valleyI depart the Kelbaker Road summit at 16h30 and the final 22 miles down to Baker is as enjoyable as everThumbnailsAfter coming around the last big curve on Kelbaker Road, I have a final 10 miles (dropping 1000 feet) to ride across the valley

This part of the descent past the lava beds which come close to Kelbaker Road is one of my favourites. I have the wind pushing against me again, so coasting down this long hill isn't completely effortless.