Old Hwy 25 Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

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7.6 mi
DISTANCE
1,214 ft
GAINED
3 %
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Page Contributor(s): Dan Razum, San Jose, CA

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This 7.6 mile bike climb is located in SC, USA. The average gradient is 3% and there is a total elevation gain of 1,214 ft, finishing at 2,251 ft.

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Cycling Old Hwy 25

Ride 7.6 miles gaining 1,214’ at 3% average grade

Climb summary by PJAMM ambassador Dan Razum, San Jose CA

The first couple of miles are straight and almost flat. There also isn't a lot of shade, as we haven't reached the forest yet.  After we pass a reservoir on our right we enter a thick forest with lots of shade and some twists and turns, which makes the road more interesting.

The road itself has seen better days, it's a bit rough in spots but overall not too bad. Since this is the old highway 25, there probably isn't as much upkeep done on this road anymore.  But that's ok because it also means there is not much traffic here either.   There is no shoulder, it's a narrow country road, but very little traffic makes it feel safe. We encountered several other cyclists along the way, it seems to be a popular local ride.

The climb ends at the intersection with Gap Creek Road.  The top isn't marked, it is just a gradual flattening out of the gradient. In fact, the gradient is never very steep throughout the climb and it's pleasant to ride through the quiet forest without any houses or buildings around. A nice ride which we definitely enjoyed.

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