For my third day ride from base camp in the desert at Lower Warm Springs in the Saline Valley of Death Valley National Park, I wanted to drive the Forester to Lippincott Road. Here’s what the National Park Service has to say about that: “Rough 4WD. Very steep, exposed, and winding with cliff edge washouts. Uphill traffic has right of way. Lower part has very narrow section that is difficult for wide vehicles. Experienced 4WD drivers only. Incredible views into Saline Valley and historic mining sites.” Yeah! I’d drive until the road became too difficult for the Forester, then pull out the Ogre to pedal until the road became too steep and difficult to continue.