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When people come down Cedar Canyon Road, here's the sign that they see when they reach the end at Kelso-Cima Road I take another break when I reach the end of my Kelso-Cima Road climb at the junction of Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsWelcome to Cedar Canyon RoadI take another break when I reach the end of my Kelso-Cima Road climb at the junction of Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsWelcome to Cedar Canyon RoadI take another break when I reach the end of my Kelso-Cima Road climb at the junction of Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsWelcome to Cedar Canyon RoadI take another break when I reach the end of my Kelso-Cima Road climb at the junction of Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsWelcome to Cedar Canyon RoadI take another break when I reach the end of my Kelso-Cima Road climb at the junction of Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsWelcome to Cedar Canyon Road

I'm as rejuvenated as I'm going to be, so I end my short break and begin the next segment of the ride, the 2.4-mile mostly paved climb up Cedar Canyon Road during which I'll rise about 800 feet.