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Home / Mojave bicycle-camping trips / 2008: Mojave National Preserve Mountain-Bike Camping and Hike / Day 14: Cima Dome to Baker via Kelso Depot and Kelbaker Road, Mojave National Preserve /

The climb is going really well, probably because it's the end of the trip and I'm stronger now after two weeks of this

The climb is going really well, probably because it's the end of the trip and I'm stronger now after two weeks of this Back on the road at 14h30 to start the climb up to the summit of Kelbaker RoadThumbnailsThe pavement is wearing out on parts of Kelbaker Road, but that adds to the character of the area (we don't need a freeway here)Back on the road at 14h30 to start the climb up to the summit of Kelbaker RoadThumbnailsThe pavement is wearing out on parts of Kelbaker Road, but that adds to the character of the area (we don't need a freeway here)Back on the road at 14h30 to start the climb up to the summit of Kelbaker RoadThumbnailsThe pavement is wearing out on parts of Kelbaker Road, but that adds to the character of the area (we don't need a freeway here)Back on the road at 14h30 to start the climb up to the summit of Kelbaker RoadThumbnailsThe pavement is wearing out on parts of Kelbaker Road, but that adds to the character of the area (we don't need a freeway here)Back on the road at 14h30 to start the climb up to the summit of Kelbaker RoadThumbnailsThe pavement is wearing out on parts of Kelbaker Road, but that adds to the character of the area (we don't need a freeway here)

It must be close to 90 degrees this afternoon, or at least it feels like it in the hot sun.