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    White Clay/ Fair Hill

    What are the main differences between the two?? I rode at white clay for the first time last week i loved the flow of the trails and the jumps throughout, same with some of the wooden features. I am going to go again tomorrow, but wanted to see if maybe i should try fair hill this time. Just basically want to know the comparison and what everyone likes better. Thanks

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    Fair Hill is less marked and a bit bumpier, but still more hardpack than technical. Seemed nice and twisty, less fast but still good flow. I haven't seen all of it, but it seemed like a place you'd have to explore a bit if you weren't familiar with the layout. Both are really fun but WC/MR seems easier to just jump into and enjoy. Keep in mind I'm no expert on either really, but that's my take on them from what I've seen.

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    If you just want to ride to get lost or just to explore definitely go to fair hill. Between 75-100 miles of trail I believe. If you want to ride fast and not think much, go to White Clay. Excellent for Singlespeed also.
    "Want to ride some more miles...?"

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    yeah just got home, i went to white clay again this time i rode some of the middle run section. I loved the trails on that side as well. Corkscrew was pretty cool!

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