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    Anyone ride at Rock State Park or near Susquehanna State Park? I ride at Susquehanna State Park almost every weekend, just seeing if any rides near Conowingo Dam at the Lower Susquehana Heritage Greenway Trail or the Susquehana Trails.

    And does anyone know any good trails in Harford County?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKrawczyk
    Anyone ride at Rock State Park or near Susquehanna State Park? I ride at Susquehanna State Park almost every weekend, just seeing if any rides near Conowingo Dam at the Lower Susquehana Heritage Greenway Trail or the Susquehana Trails.

    And does anyone know any good trails in Harford County?
    Susquehanna is nice. Rock State Park is more hike a bike. Also try Jerusalem Mill and Sweet Air. Check out http://chesapeakecyclesport.com/ . We have group rides on the weekends.

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    Where are those places at? Plus what are the trails rated for?

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    Jerusalem Mill in Joppa - some hills and rocky sections. Sweetair in Fallston - easier trails w/ some hills

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    Yea, that's about it in harco, susquehanna or gunpowder (jerusalem mill or sweet air). All these places have a lot of climbing compared to other trails like loch raven or patapsco. I usually ride friday mornings around 8 at jerusalem mill if your interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rconceptsinc
    Susquehanna is nice. Rock State Park is more hike a bike. Also try Jerusalem Mill and Sweet Air. Check out http://chesapeakecyclesport.com/ . We have group rides on the weekends.
    Raymond I presume? I didn't see anything on your site that has group rides. I'd love to come along on some. Let me know when they are. Thanks.

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    I can't believe that there are more places in Harford. I thought it was Susquehana and the Ma and Pa trails, but there actually is something better. I heard there are some places outside of falling branch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKrawczyk
    I can't believe that there are more places in Harford. I thought it was Susquehana and the Ma and Pa trails, but there actually is something better. I heard there are some places outside of falling branch.
    I don't know about better. There are definitely more trails at Susquehanna than at gunpowder. Not sure about places outside of falling branch. If you live close to Susquehanna, there is also Fair Hill not too far away.

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    I'm actually closer to Bel Air or Rock State Park, but that's not really a biking trail at all. You have any pictures of the trails in the county because I can never find a site.

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    The last 4 are from Susquehanna a few summers ago and the first one is at Jerusalem Mill earlier this year.
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