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I walk my bike down the mostly-bumpy two miles of Keystone Canyon Road All packed up, I begin walking the bike down Keystone Canyon; my tripod blows over and my camera lands face-first and diesThumbnailsWell, I've been riding Ivanpah Road for a mile now and am passing the settlement of Barnwell again; so far, so good!All packed up, I begin walking the bike down Keystone Canyon; my tripod blows over and my camera lands face-first and diesThumbnailsWell, I've been riding Ivanpah Road for a mile now and am passing the settlement of Barnwell again; so far, so good!All packed up, I begin walking the bike down Keystone Canyon; my tripod blows over and my camera lands face-first and diesThumbnailsWell, I've been riding Ivanpah Road for a mile now and am passing the settlement of Barnwell again; so far, so good!All packed up, I begin walking the bike down Keystone Canyon; my tripod blows over and my camera lands face-first and diesThumbnailsWell, I've been riding Ivanpah Road for a mile now and am passing the settlement of Barnwell again; so far, so good!All packed up, I begin walking the bike down Keystone Canyon; my tripod blows over and my camera lands face-first and diesThumbnailsWell, I've been riding Ivanpah Road for a mile now and am passing the settlement of Barnwell again; so far, so good!

My original plan was to end this trip by riding across the middle of Mojave National Preserve on the dirt Cedar Canyon Road. Instead, to reach pavement as soon as possible because of my broken rear rack, I'm heading back toward Ivanpah Valley.

I'm walking the bike on this road because I don't want to rattle the broken rack any more than necessary. As soon as I reach Ivanpah Road, a better dirt road, I'll start riding carefully again.