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The last mile or two of Death Valley Mine Road is very sandy in places, in addition to being slightly uphill Low-growing banana yuccas are also frequent around hereThumbnailsA brilliant display of desert mallow flowers marks the end of Death Valley Mine Road; I'll turn right here on the old Cima RoadLow-growing banana yuccas are also frequent around hereThumbnailsA brilliant display of desert mallow flowers marks the end of Death Valley Mine Road; I'll turn right here on the old Cima RoadLow-growing banana yuccas are also frequent around hereThumbnailsA brilliant display of desert mallow flowers marks the end of Death Valley Mine Road; I'll turn right here on the old Cima RoadLow-growing banana yuccas are also frequent around hereThumbnailsA brilliant display of desert mallow flowers marks the end of Death Valley Mine Road; I'll turn right here on the old Cima RoadLow-growing banana yuccas are also frequent around hereThumbnailsA brilliant display of desert mallow flowers marks the end of Death Valley Mine Road; I'll turn right here on the old Cima Road

I keep losing momentum, so I resort to hiking the bike and enjoying the scenery. I'm surprised to find fresh tracks from two bicycles on this road, which are the first bicycle tracks I've ever noticed in Mojave National Preserve besides my own.

I once passed a touring bicyclist on Kelbaker Road however; that was during trip here my 2006.