Adamic Hill Road Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

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FIETS
1.6 mi
DISTANCE
543 ft
GAINED
6.4 %
AVG. GRADE

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Page Contributor(s): Dan Razum, San Jose, CA; Nathan Nassif, NJ, USA; Don Reichman, NJ, USA

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This 1.6 mile bike climb is located in NJ, USA. The average gradient is 6.4% and there is a total elevation gain of 543 ft, finishing at 767 ft.

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CLIMB SUMMARY

Cycling Adamic Hill Road

Rice 1.6 miles gaining 543’ at 6.4% average grade.

Climb summary by PJAMM ambassador Dan Razum.

This is a nice climb on rural roads without much traffic.  The steepest part is at the beginning, the first half mile is double digits grade, but after that it is fairly mellow.

The road is in good condition, the pavement is smooth. There is no shoulder but the traffic is mostly  just from the houses along this road so it isn't a concern.

Near the top we pass an old historic windmill, the kind used for grinding grain, not for making electricity. It is an interesting bit of scenery that you don't see often.

The top of the climb is unmarked, just a broad flattening out of the road before it starts descending.

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