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A couple of little lumps on Globe Mine Road add interest to the ride down the fan OK, I return to the middle fork of Globe Mine Road and start what will probably be a rather sandy two-mile ride down the fanThumbnailsI stop and look back up an especially sandy part of the middle fork of Globe Mine Road where I just skidded outOK, I return to the middle fork of Globe Mine Road and start what will probably be a rather sandy two-mile ride down the fanThumbnailsI stop and look back up an especially sandy part of the middle fork of Globe Mine Road where I just skidded outOK, I return to the middle fork of Globe Mine Road and start what will probably be a rather sandy two-mile ride down the fanThumbnailsI stop and look back up an especially sandy part of the middle fork of Globe Mine Road where I just skidded outOK, I return to the middle fork of Globe Mine Road and start what will probably be a rather sandy two-mile ride down the fanThumbnailsI stop and look back up an especially sandy part of the middle fork of Globe Mine Road where I just skidded outOK, I return to the middle fork of Globe Mine Road and start what will probably be a rather sandy two-mile ride down the fanThumbnailsI stop and look back up an especially sandy part of the middle fork of Globe Mine Road where I just skidded out

Occasionally I lose momentum where there's a lot of sand on this road and have to stop and walk. I'm able to ride parts of this road, since it's a slight downhill, but I still end up walking or "scootering" the bike often.

I wouldn't be able to ride this road in the uphill direction, at least not with a heavy load like I have. This road is indeed worse (sandier), as I expected, than the south fork of Globe Mine Road that I followed to get here.