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I take another break when I reach the end of my Kelso-Cima Road climb at the junction of Cedar Canyon Road  I pull off the road for a short break and to refill my Camelbak from my 10-litre water bagThumbnailsWhen people come down Cedar Canyon Road, here's the sign that they see when they reach the end at Kelso-Cima Road I pull off the road for a short break and to refill my Camelbak from my 10-litre water bagThumbnailsWhen people come down Cedar Canyon Road, here's the sign that they see when they reach the end at Kelso-Cima Road I pull off the road for a short break and to refill my Camelbak from my 10-litre water bagThumbnailsWhen people come down Cedar Canyon Road, here's the sign that they see when they reach the end at Kelso-Cima Road I pull off the road for a short break and to refill my Camelbak from my 10-litre water bagThumbnailsWhen people come down Cedar Canyon Road, here's the sign that they see when they reach the end at Kelso-Cima Road I pull off the road for a short break and to refill my Camelbak from my 10-litre water bagThumbnailsWhen people come down Cedar Canyon Road, here's the sign that they see when they reach the end at Kelso-Cima Road

A marker commemorates the old Mojave Road that leaves from this intersection and heads up to Marl Springs.

It took me about 2 1/4 hours to climb the 14.5 miles of Kelso-Cima Road with 1600 feet of elevation gain.

I visited Marl Springs on my 2006 trip and rode a few miles of the Mojave Road, but Bicycle Joe travelled almost all of the Mojave Road by bicycle in 2008 (way to go Joe!).