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This part of Pine Spring Road is fun to descend, with a drop of about 600 feet elevation in 1.5 miles to the powerline road

This part of Pine Spring Road is fun to descend, with a drop of about 600 feet elevation in 1.5 miles to the powerline road From here, the high point of the day, at about 4925 feet elevation, it will be mostly gentle downhill until I reach SearchlightThumbnailsIt's a great ride rolling downward toward the McCullough Mountains powerline roadFrom here, the high point of the day, at about 4925 feet elevation, it will be mostly gentle downhill until I reach SearchlightThumbnailsIt's a great ride rolling downward toward the McCullough Mountains powerline roadFrom here, the high point of the day, at about 4925 feet elevation, it will be mostly gentle downhill until I reach SearchlightThumbnailsIt's a great ride rolling downward toward the McCullough Mountains powerline roadFrom here, the high point of the day, at about 4925 feet elevation, it will be mostly gentle downhill until I reach SearchlightThumbnailsIt's a great ride rolling downward toward the McCullough Mountains powerline roadFrom here, the high point of the day, at about 4925 feet elevation, it will be mostly gentle downhill until I reach SearchlightThumbnailsIt's a great ride rolling downward toward the McCullough Mountains powerline road

Parts of the road are clear of loose rock, but for much of it, I have to keep my speed really low, despite the gentle downhill.