Waldorf, Maryland was the home of the Southern Maryland Motorcycle Club which ran many types of events like trial, motocross and of course scrambles. The track was located just outside the boundries of the Cedarville State Park on property owned by the Schwien family of Schwien's Cycle fame. The course only lasted 4-5 years before the state was able to shut it down due to noise.
The track was small compared to most others but it made for some great racing. In some of the pictures you'll see the light poles that were installed to enable night races to be held. During one of those night races, and just as the heavyweight class was roaring down the front straight at "Full Tilt Boggie", the transformer controlling the lights blew! Truly was "The Night the Lights Went Out in Waldorf".
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