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I've got three miles of this somewhat sandy road from Coyote Springs to ride on a slight downhill OK, I'm finally on my way down the road away from Coyote SpringsThumbnailsAfter 30 minutes, I reach the pavement of Kelbaker RoadOK, I'm finally on my way down the road away from Coyote SpringsThumbnailsAfter 30 minutes, I reach the pavement of Kelbaker RoadOK, I'm finally on my way down the road away from Coyote SpringsThumbnailsAfter 30 minutes, I reach the pavement of Kelbaker RoadOK, I'm finally on my way down the road away from Coyote SpringsThumbnailsAfter 30 minutes, I reach the pavement of Kelbaker RoadOK, I'm finally on my way down the road away from Coyote SpringsThumbnailsAfter 30 minutes, I reach the pavement of Kelbaker Road

I have great views of Kelso Dunes down below and the road is fun to ride in this slight downhill, as I skid and scooter the bike along the more slippery stretches.

I do walk the bike in a few spots however. I found this road to be much more rideable during a day ride from Kelso Dunes without gear during my 2007 Mojave Preserve trip, so I'm clearly seeing the difference that comes with carrying a heavy load on the bike.