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Riding a winding road in a quiet joshua-tree forest is always enjoyable It's fun riding down this little hill on Castle Peaks Road on the way out of the New York Mountains foothillsThumbnailsCastle Peaks Road ends after 30 minutes; I start riding the Barnwell-Searchlight railway grade and find this stray balloonIt's fun riding down this little hill on Castle Peaks Road on the way out of the New York Mountains foothillsThumbnailsCastle Peaks Road ends after 30 minutes; I start riding the Barnwell-Searchlight railway grade and find this stray balloonIt's fun riding down this little hill on Castle Peaks Road on the way out of the New York Mountains foothillsThumbnailsCastle Peaks Road ends after 30 minutes; I start riding the Barnwell-Searchlight railway grade and find this stray balloonIt's fun riding down this little hill on Castle Peaks Road on the way out of the New York Mountains foothillsThumbnailsCastle Peaks Road ends after 30 minutes; I start riding the Barnwell-Searchlight railway grade and find this stray balloonIt's fun riding down this little hill on Castle Peaks Road on the way out of the New York Mountains foothillsThumbnailsCastle Peaks Road ends after 30 minutes; I start riding the Barnwell-Searchlight railway grade and find this stray balloon

The best part is that it's slightly downhill on Castle Peaks Road, so the slightly sandy road doesn't pose any traction difficulties for the 10-ton bike.