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Long stretches of Cedar Canyon Road are perfectly straight, but there are some curves and even a few 90-degree corners I can zoom in for good views of the Hackberry Mountains while riding Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsI'm intrigued by this sign for Ashwell Road, since there's not much of a road visible hereI can zoom in for good views of the Hackberry Mountains while riding Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsI'm intrigued by this sign for Ashwell Road, since there's not much of a road visible hereI can zoom in for good views of the Hackberry Mountains while riding Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsI'm intrigued by this sign for Ashwell Road, since there's not much of a road visible hereI can zoom in for good views of the Hackberry Mountains while riding Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsI'm intrigued by this sign for Ashwell Road, since there's not much of a road visible hereI can zoom in for good views of the Hackberry Mountains while riding Cedar Canyon RoadThumbnailsI'm intrigued by this sign for Ashwell Road, since there's not much of a road visible here

It's funny how some parts of the road are nice and smooth, like here, while others are more challenging on the 10-ton bike.