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Loose rock and an uphill grade require that I walk the 10-ton bike up parts of the road toward the Pine Spring area

Loose rock and an uphill grade require that I walk the 10-ton bike up parts of the road 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 areaThumbnailsI remount the bike and pedal some more when I reach a less hilly part of the road heading toward the McCullough MountainsI take a short energy-bar break where I leave the powerline road for a lesser road heading toward the Pine Spring areaThumbnailsI remount the bike and pedal some more when I reach a less hilly part of the road heading toward the McCullough MountainsI take a short energy-bar break where I leave the powerline road for a lesser road heading toward the Pine Spring areaThumbnailsI remount the bike and pedal some more when I reach a less hilly part of the road heading toward the McCullough MountainsI take a short energy-bar break where I leave the powerline road for a lesser road heading toward the Pine Spring areaThumbnailsI remount the bike and pedal some more when I reach a less hilly part of the road heading toward the McCullough MountainsI take a short energy-bar break where I leave the powerline road for a lesser road heading toward the Pine Spring areaThumbnailsI remount the bike and pedal some more when I reach a less hilly part of the road heading toward the McCullough Mountains

The mild temperatures (the wind up here in the hills is a bit chilly) have helped me ease into climbing hills with the 10-ton bike for the first time since last November's Route 66 trip.