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I ride down the old 2.5-mile-long road toward Cima, my next stop I return to the 10-ton bike in the sand trap on the old Cima RoadThumbnails I reach the junction of the paved Kelso-Cima Road and stop in at the Cima StoreI return to the 10-ton bike in the sand trap on the old Cima RoadThumbnails I reach the junction of the paved Kelso-Cima Road and stop in at the Cima StoreI return to the 10-ton bike in the sand trap on the old Cima RoadThumbnails I reach the junction of the paved Kelso-Cima Road and stop in at the Cima StoreI return to the 10-ton bike in the sand trap on the old Cima RoadThumbnails I reach the junction of the paved Kelso-Cima Road and stop in at the Cima StoreI return to the 10-ton bike in the sand trap on the old Cima RoadThumbnails I reach the junction of the paved Kelso-Cima Road and stop in at the Cima Store

Once I get beyond the big sand trap by Death Valley Mine, the rolling dirt road through joshua tree forest is mostly ridable in my slightly downhill direction (elevation drop of about 200 feet), despite some surface sand here and there.

Cima is the small light patch at the centre-left in the photo.