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BARBOUR COUNTY -

The Mountain State Hare Scramble hosted its 8th round of competition on Sunday.

It was held at the King Knob Off Road Park in Barbour County.

There were three races: youth dirk bike, adult dirt bike, and adult ATV.

The race was open to any and all age groups.

"You can be in the front of the line which is the pro class, clear back to we run vet classes for older guys, a senior 40 plus class, we run four youth races, we have kids out here anywhere from six years old to 14 years old. We accommodate all the ages and bike sizes," said Richie Nolan, with the Mountain State Hare Scramble.

There are 11 races in the Mountain State Hare Scramble Series. The next race is in Maryland.