Welcome to The Bailey HUNDO
An Epic Race Making An Epic Difference
Bailey HUNDO Bike Race
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December 15th, 2013 at 4pm MST Registration Opens.
Camping near the Finish Line
The Bailey HUNDO has reserved a meadow for camping just across from the finish line. Volunteers will be available to help with questions and camping spots from 2-7:30pm. If you arrive earlier than 2pm on Friday please choose marked locations closest to the river. Please visit our FAQ for more information. Click here to see a driving map with mileage from Bailey.
Race Day - June 14, 2014 (Saturday)
The Start Line (No Packet Pickup day of the race)
6am: The Race begins from downtown Bailey
Click here to view map of course start. Riders may be dropped off before the race at the Conoco west of downtown and racers and guests may park south on Hwy 68. See this map for Race Day Parking. There will be NO DAY Parking Allowed in downtown Bailey. Downtown Bailey (map). You should give yourself 15-20 minutes to get from the Sawmill area to the starting line.
Sprinter of Littleton and Prestige will be running a shuttle for those unable to ride to the starting line.
-Coffee and burritos will be available for purchase at the Cut Throat Cafe at the start line.
The HUNDO Course
The 2014 course is just under 100 miles with over 10,000 vertical feet of climbing. The first half is primarily singletrack after 7 miles of dirt road to separate to riders before entering the Colorado Trail. After the descent to the river, the course has an asphalt stretch, then 40 more miles of dirt road crossing over Stoney Pass. You will receive a course map at packet pickup.
The HUNDITO Course
The 2014 course is just over 50 miles with over 5,000 vertical feet of climbing. The course is mostly singletrack after 7 miles of dirt road to separate to riders before entering the Colorado Trail. After leaving the HUNDO course the HUNDITO racers are treated to an additional single-track climb and descent. You will receive a course map at packet pickup.
The Finish Line
Look forward to this! The finish line meadow is private, on the river, nestled between some impressive rock walls with fantastic views of the river valley and blue sky. Click here to view map of course finish area.
There are many volunteers required to make the race a success. Please thank each volunteer that you encounter on or off the course!
The Aid Stations
There are eleven course segments, each separated by ten aid stations. Each aid station will be staffed with an Aid Station Leader and their volunteers. Each station will have water in donated cycling bottles, water jugs to stop and fill your bottle, bananas, oranges, chips, Hammer Nutrition products (heed, gels, perpetuem, endurolytes). And obviously, please be prepared with your own nutritional needs on course.
Safety / Medical
There is an impressive medical staff on the course that will be in radio contact the whole day.
In conjuction with the Bailey HUNDO, the town of Bailey is holding their annual Bailey Day street festival. More bands, vendors and things to do in downtown Bailey.
Racers for 2013: Full Racer list Results
Results for 2012: RaceRite Results
Announcing a partnership between the HUNDO and the La Ruta Race and La Ruta Adventures
About the Route: Starting from the heart of Bailey, the race features over 45 miles of single track as it winds from Bailey through the Buffalo Creek Trail system and along the Colorado Trail to the South Platte to Deckers up Stony Creek Pass to Wellington Lake, and to a fabulous new festival-like finish area in a private meadow by the river! more . . .