Fox Farm Road Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

1.6
FIETS
1.5 mi
DISTANCE
643 ft
GAINED
8.3 %
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Page Contributor(s): Dan Razum, San Jose, CA; Patrick Merrill, South Bound Brook, NJ, USA

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This 1.5 mile bike climb is located in NJ, USA. The average gradient is 8.3% and there is a total elevation gain of 643 ft, finishing at 1,028 ft.

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CLIMB SUMMARY

Cycling Fox Farm Road

Ride 1.5 miles gaining 643’ at 8.3% average grade.

Climb summary by PJAMM Ambassador Dan Razum.

Fox Farm Road is a nice climb in a rural area with little traffic.  The road is in good condition although it is narrow and without a shoulder.  The hills on either side are heavily wooded so there is plenty of shade as well.

The climb starts off not too steep and then it slowly ramps up until reaching double digits after the first half mile.  It stays steep and then flattens out a bit when we reach the intersection with Decker Road. There is a short flat section and then a final short ramp to reach the top.  The top is unmarked, the road just flattens out as we emerge from the woods with cornfields on either side.