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Maryland Boyer Farm "Hangover" Harescramble!!!!!!!!!!

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I don't know where you are coming from but Boyer Farm is about 2 1/2 - 3 hours from the Baltimore area. If you have never been there before its an awesome place for a harescramble you really should check it out.

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:ride:Ill be there. Hopefully do better than i did last year..DNF:bonk:. YEah its about 3 hours from northern Anne Arundel county. I70 to I81 to 50 west.

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Kashlak, do you live in AA county ?? , I go a slightly different way, through harpers ferry, out to charles town then rt 51 to 81 then to 522 then 127. you may want to try it.

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Im on the Baltimore and A.A. County line...Arbutus area. Ive taken a different rt before. I70 to Rt15 and then through Charlestown also...dont remember all the Rt numbers. Everytime i go that way I get stuck behind Sunday drivers doin 25 mph the whole way.

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yeah it happens sometime, or the idiots on I70, who seem to turn down I270

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I take:

70W -

81 S -

522W -

left on 127

left on 29

right on Springfield-milleson MI (Slanesville Post Office)

left on JR Rannells Rd.

Boyer Farm will be on your left.

This way for me is usually quicker and no steep inclines, traveling 70+ on the interstates and no Sunday drivers on the back roads. There is a very sharp right hand turn on JR Rannells rd, OK if you are pulling under 20' trailer. If not go another half mile+/- on Springfield-Milleson MI and make a left on to Jersey Mountain Rd. for about 10 min. and make a left on to JR Rannells Rd., Boyer Farm entrance will be on our right.

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Yes , you are absolutely right , there is a very steep turn on JR Rannells rd. I would not take a mobile home or truck with long trailer.

Good point, I missed that.

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like the others have said avoid rt50 if you can it will save you at least a half hour

this place is alot of fun and offers pretty much everything,a few rocky sections ,roots, steep inclines, a decent size grass track, a few small creek crossings, a good bit of tight sections on top of the mountain.

here is a helmet cam video from a race that was held there earlier this year. its pretty long but it does show about 70% of 1 lap

http://www.vimeo.com/8372525

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I wonder what the course will be like after the ATV's run on it Saturday. It is going to be a race to remember.

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talked to ken yesterday and he said that the quads and bikes will not share all of the same course--sounds good to me

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