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I take a short energy-bar break where I leave the powerline road for a lesser road heading toward the Pine Spring area

I take a short energy-bar break where I leave the powerline road for a lesser road heading toward the Pine Spring area More fun rolling up and down (more down than up) along the powerline road on the southeast side of the McCullough MountainsThumbnailsLoose rock and an uphill grade require that I walk the 10-ton bike up parts of the road toward the Pine Spring areaMore fun rolling up and down (more down than up) along the powerline road on the southeast side of the McCullough MountainsThumbnailsLoose rock and an uphill grade require that I walk the 10-ton bike up parts of the road toward the Pine Spring areaMore fun rolling up and down (more down than up) along the powerline road on the southeast side of the McCullough MountainsThumbnailsLoose rock and an uphill grade require that I walk the 10-ton bike up parts of the road toward the Pine Spring areaMore fun rolling up and down (more down than up) along the powerline road on the southeast side of the McCullough MountainsThumbnailsLoose rock and an uphill grade require that I walk the 10-ton bike up parts of the road toward the Pine Spring areaMore fun rolling up and down (more down than up) along the powerline road on the southeast side of the McCullough MountainsThumbnailsLoose rock and an uphill grade require that I walk the 10-ton bike up parts of the road toward the Pine Spring area

I've dropped to about 4550 feet elevation from about 5000 feet during the last four miles, but I'll gain most of that back during the final few miles ahead.