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On the last leg of the trip toward Butcher Knife Canyon, I can actually ride some of the road Dusk at the top of Cima RoadThumbnailsIt's too dark now, so I ride and walk the final couple of miles slowly by headlightDusk at the top of Cima RoadThumbnailsIt's too dark now, so I ride and walk the final couple of miles slowly by headlightDusk at the top of Cima RoadThumbnailsIt's too dark now, so I ride and walk the final couple of miles slowly by headlightDusk at the top of Cima RoadThumbnailsIt's too dark now, so I ride and walk the final couple of miles slowly by headlightDusk at the top of Cima RoadThumbnailsIt's too dark now, so I ride and walk the final couple of miles slowly by headlight

After dragging the bike through sand the last hour or so, walking the bike on packed earth now feels easy, and riding occasionally on the bumpy road at 8 miles per hour feels incredibly fast! Those lights way off in the distance: Las Vegas?