Video - Death Valley, Titus Canyon, Ubehebe, Racetrack Playa

Death Valley, Titus Canyon, Ubehebe, Racetrack Playa


Ride report to follow ... 


Thanks for sharing! Something that I miss, having moved out east... ELEVATION! ;) But, I do like the green, lots of water, and the ocean views.




Figured out the detour around 2 vids/post I see! ;)

What one can expect from Lippincott Road


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