Fast paced cross country racing.
The SE&TRA Hare Scramble Series races on fast and flowy trail.
But does get technical with runs in foothills and Piedmont.
Hare Scramble racing is head to head racing on a closed course. The race course is usually around 10 miles and you complete as many laps as possible in 2 hours.
Hare scramble racing requires endurance but you also have to be aggressive while racing. When the start flag drops you sprint to get out in front of the pack. It takes place on fast single track trails. A good time to be had with your riding buddies.
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Click below to see the full race schedule for the 2020 season. There will be 9 Harescrambles in the series.
Click below to see results and series points from the 2020 SETRA Harescramble series. Ranking information is listed as well.
Hare Scramble Racing
Check out footage from the Battle at Battery Park, a flowy sand race in South Carolina
Recent Race Reports
The Burnt Gin HS will NOT be held at the SERMA grounds! The location is different this year. The race will be held west of Sumter, off Hwy 261, between Wedgefield and Pinewood. The Start will be off of Tillman Nursery Rd. Follow GREEN arrows from Hwy 261 (turn beside...
Race Day: December 1st Second to last round of the hare scramble series is at Battery Park. Adult hares scramble racing is on Sunday at 12:00 as per usual. Kids racing on Sunday at 9:00 and 10:00 am for Pee Wee and Mini series. Check out the flyer for more details or...
Racer Productions, organizers of the AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) Series Presented by Specialized, an AMA National Championship announces that due to severe weather conditions it has been forced to postpone and reschedule this weekend’s Big Buck, the...