Mt. Baldy to the very top Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

15.2
FIETS
15.9 mi
DISTANCE
6,267 ft
GAINED
7.3 %
AVG. GRADE

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Page Contributor(s): Daniel Patrick, Sherman Oaks, CA, USA

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Intro by Daniel Patrick, LA, CA: Anyone fit can climb to the BOTTOM of the lifts, but what about riding to the TOP of the lifts? Baldy road becomes a fire road and leads to the top of chair 1. It is rideable on road tires. I had 32mm slicks

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Daniel Patrick’s bike for the ride up to the top.

32mm tires on a Trek Domane SL6.

This is the extremely challenging Mt. Baldy full climb that includes 3.4 miles of gravel at an average 9.1%

This ride can be done on 28 or 30mm tires.  The descent is a bit bumpy due to rocks, but the ascent of very manageable but for an extremely steep and rocky 100 yard section towards the end which may require walking your bike.  We recommend you use mountain bike pedals and shoes for this one.