I wasn't sure this was epic or day trippin but it was epic for me! Well I didn't go on a dirt bike adventure last year because I wound up riding the Idaho and Oregon Trans America Trail on my DR650. So I started this year off with a desert dirt bike riding adventure. It's been a minute since I've ridden dirt bikes in the desert. So here's the plan The plan was to ride the WESTERN most section of the Mojave Road on my dirt bikes and errr my electric moped dual sport bike. I was going to ride the section that I hadn't of ridden on my DR650 when I rode it before doing the NVBDR a number of years ago. I was going to ride it in different section at a time and trailer the bike to the next section then ride it. The next plan was to ride some dunes, Dumont Dunes is not far from Mojave just 30 miles from Baker. Spoilers this didn't happen... Then next place to ride was Lovell Canyon. I'd ridden Lovell Canyon to Red Rock Canyon during LAB2V 2018 and had done it on the DR650. I wanted to do it on a dirt bike this time more specifically my Sur Ron Light Bee because it would be oh so much easier. You'll also get to see me try and ride the light bee through some deep loose sand, not very impressive.... Then I wanted to ride to Colliseum mine near the Ivanapah solar plant.... spoilers that didn't happen either.... So here is my VLOG series of this HadesOmega Dirt Bike ADV 2021, desert edition! After a long drive from San Jose to Afton Canyon I made it there a couple hours before nightfall. It actually took me two days to get to Afton Canyon. I camped near the town of Mojave off the freeway the night before. The road in to Afton Canyon Campground is about 3.5 miles of graded dirt road. Easy on an offroad vehicle crappy in my Toyota Previa with trailer. This video you'll get to see what the road in is like. This is actually the very last or very first section of the Mojave Road BTW. This is a bonus video of me riding across the railroad. I'm pretty sure your NOT suppose to do but I am sure some people do, plus getting run over by a train would suck, NOT RECOMMENDED. I really didn't want to do that watercrossing but you'll find out the next day that it's not really that bad the state it was in.