No, bad sectors are not accessible, means they can't be read and written.
Cloning is the process of reading source sectors and writing to target sectors, when source sectors are bad and inaccessible, they can't be copied.
One thing need to be confirmed before cloning is if there are bad sectors on the disk you're about to use. Scan bad sectors on both source disk and target disk, the Windows command line
chkdsk /f /r will work fine on logical bad sectors, we recommend to use the Disk Scanner to scan physical bad sectors and isolate them with Partition Expert, the disk managing software.
The following two screen shots may help you understand how Disk Scanner and Partition Expert work to scan bad sectors and isolate them
Speaking of the clone data, Partition Expert is able to do this job with ease, the function Copy Volume is the built-in feature. With the following simple steps you can get your volume copied:
Partition Expert and Windows Disk Management are both able to create unallocated space when you don't have it on the new disk.
Check the screen-shot guide on how to copy volume for more info