Broadway Street East Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

0.6
FIETS
0.05 mi
DISTANCE
74 ft
GAINED
27.2 %
AVG. GRADE

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We're a bit suspicious that our numbers are wrong and this is truly the steepest road in the world. But we'll let your legs decide that for themselves... 

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CLIMB SUMMARY

A road so steep we thought our car was going to roll over! Be careful while opening up your doors!!

The look of pure terror before attempting a climb like this...

This climb is pure pain - especially if you start down by where the tunnel starts (between Powell and Mason). You won’t regret climbing it when you’re done, but you will while you’re doing it.

Incredible views of the city and Bay Bridge from this climb.

You’re going to be doing the same thing as us after this one (gasping for air)

This may not be the steepest climb in San Francisco by the numbers, but it definitely felt like it was at the time....  It's so short that no topographical maps can pick up the accurate gradient, so our numbers might be wrong. In fact, we’ll bet on the fact that they were wrong, and you can let your legs do the talking to prove us wrong…. 😂