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The junction of Ivanpah Road and Cedar Canyon Road is my low point of the day, at about 4050 feet elevation I've been riding Ivanpah Road for over two hours; I'll turn right onto Cedar Canyon Road just aheadThumbnailsRiding up Cedar Canyon Road, I spot an abandoned house, so the 10-ton bike pulls over to allow a few minutes of explorationI've been riding Ivanpah Road for over two hours; I'll turn right onto Cedar Canyon Road just aheadThumbnailsRiding up Cedar Canyon Road, I spot an abandoned house, so the 10-ton bike pulls over to allow a few minutes of explorationI've been riding Ivanpah Road for over two hours; I'll turn right onto Cedar Canyon Road just aheadThumbnailsRiding up Cedar Canyon Road, I spot an abandoned house, so the 10-ton bike pulls over to allow a few minutes of explorationI've been riding Ivanpah Road for over two hours; I'll turn right onto Cedar Canyon Road just aheadThumbnailsRiding up Cedar Canyon Road, I spot an abandoned house, so the 10-ton bike pulls over to allow a few minutes of explorationI've been riding Ivanpah Road for over two hours; I'll turn right onto Cedar Canyon Road just aheadThumbnailsRiding up Cedar Canyon Road, I spot an abandoned house, so the 10-ton bike pulls over to allow a few minutes of exploration

Great view of nearby Hackberry Mountain, which I might visit for the first time later during this trip.