Short answer: NOT. You're gonna die, you think I'm stupid? I was further inspired by some photos posted by our illustrious colleague, Mr. Dingus: Cool Bridges Thread. Cool thread, I love bridges.
I'm not sure if this is a cool bridge. I gather it was expensive. At the moment it is very white. If you like white, now is the time to catch it. I'm more into grey myself, give it a couple of months. I couldn't locate the summit register, perhaps someone else here beat me to it. Dingus was off-route by virtue of mechanical assistance. Most aid climbers will barely see it.
Here is some beta for the approach: https://www.ebbc.org/baybridge
Their site was down for maintenance when I did my reconnaissance. I believe this qualifies my ascent as a redpoint. Furthermore, I reached the peak entirely on bicycle, approach and descent, from front door to high point and back. I chose not to to bring a proper camera, but rather travel stealth. Who wants to look like an another idiot with a camera at Olmsted Point?
Fortunately, I am well-acquainted with the area. I chose the south approach. This region is a little sketch - you may cross bicycle racers advertising stuff on tight short pants. Apart from that, easy second-class: container-sized bricks, big logs and aging talus. Some of it semi-stationary, some of it moving fast. At Maritime & Burma, minivans dump vermin and more bikes. You can drive further, but you can't park. Booty! A good place to score a used mattress. Lots of cops in cars and on bikes. If only I had a donut truck.
It starts off level, the wind hits your face. You go over some sketchy temp bridge and then engage the first and only pitch. An even grade to the top. It's kinda like driving to Tuolumne, people get into the lane in front of you, slow down, you're stuck staring at their ass. Pause at a turnout and pick a pleasant butt. Follow it to the top.
Isabella L. Bird, Adventures in the Rocky Mountains
The old bridge looks TOTALY SKETCH!!!6666!! Roger Brown, Clint - meet Sisyphus:
Obligatory summit shot:
You could walk the whole thing, I suppose, but that would be kinda boring and it's not steep enough to glissade. The water is shallow and grungy and uninviting underneath. You want something with wheels for a fun descent, a skateboard or soap-box derby car would work. I took Grand Ave. back to camp, gave some bad beta to the next group heading up.