Bailey HUNDO and Bailey HUNDitO Registration for 2015
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The 6th Annual Bailey HUNDO will be held June 20th, 2015 starting downtown Bailey, Colorado with the finish area celebration on the river two miles south of Bailey in a private meadow. Racers that raced the 2014 HUNDO (Legacy Racers) enjoy a guaranteed entry in the 2015 race (if registered by Feb 7th). If you are new to the HUNDO you may apply here. Your chance of getting into the race will depend on the number of racers that apply.
Note to new racers: Please complete the sections in this application that will let us know about your endurance mountain bike racing experience, your willingness to help us: get kids on mountain bikes, develop new trails, raise funds for these causes and get the word out about this amazing race!
Update Time for racers!
1. To be a financially sustainable event, and be able to remain faithful to our nonprofit mission of supporting youth biking initiatives around the state and trail building in the Platte Canyon area, the Board has decided it will leave in place the minimum racer donation of $250. There will be no flexibility on that number for racers NEW to the race in 2015. If you have questions please contact us at email@example.com.
NOTE: We are requiring a $25 registration fee up-front to reserve your spot. You will have until packet pickup day to raise the additional funds ($225+) to meet your pledge.
2. As the HUNDO is an invitational again this year, applications for invites are open from December 20th to March 31st and can be found at www.bailey100.com/register. Tell all your friends!
3. Sponsors? To supplement the generous racer donations we receive, the HUNDO is looking for companies to help sponsor the race this year and partner with us to further our mission. Our goal is to bring in at least $218,000! Do you have a company that can help us meet this goal? Please contact the ride director at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can give you more information.
4. We have some new race categories this year. Most are selfexplanatory, but the Fat Bike category has one rule, your tires have to be 3.8 inches or wider.
All of us working on the Bailey HUNDO want to thank you again for your continued support and understanding as we work to grow our small but mighty race. Your input and suggestions are valued and appreciated, so please continue to help make us aware of what we can be doing better. Looking forward to having you on that starting line again this year!