Quote from 2014 Race
"I traveled from SW PA to do your race and it was worth the trip and more. I have done many NUE races over the years and what you did is gold standard in my opinion. 10 aid stations allows this race to be completed by many more than normal and it evens the playing field a little between the back of the packers and the front guys. The stuff you gave out was just amazing and will be a memory for years and the trails in your region may be some of the best I’ve ever been on. It was a class A event and all NUE races should follow suit. If they did, every race would be sold out. I can’t wait to come back and help raise more funds for your community. Thank you, I had an awesome time."
About the 2016 HUNDO: The USFS has granted the HUNDO course change that will allow the race to take place almost entirely in the world class Buffalo Creek trail System. This means the race will now boast nearly 75 miles of sweet Colorado Single Track. The HUNDO is a charity race- with a minimum fundraising goal of $250. There are generous prizes to be distributed among the top finishers and fundraisers. All tax deductible donations -minus race costs- will be allocated to assist our beneficiaries. The HUNDO Mission: To support youth cycling initiatives, develop and improve access to recreational trail assets in Colorado, and develop the Bailey, Colorado Area into a cycling destination.
About our nonprofit partners: The Bailey HUNDO supports two youth biking initiatives in Colorado: Trips For Kids Denver/Boulder, which offers mountain biking opportunities to underserved youth and changes lives “two wheels at a time”! Colorado High School Cycling League, a new resource for high school students around the state to be exposed to the world of mountain bike racing--and developing the racers of tomorrow who will ride YOUR legs off! We will also continue supporting the advocacy and trail building work of the Colorado Mountain Biking Association as we work to plan and build new trails in the Platte Canyon area that both serve the local community's recreation needs and develop Bailey into a mountain biking destination. Our long term beneficiary is the Bailey Trails development project.
Web Site: bailey100.com
Entry Fee: $250
Registration Limit: 400
Date/Time: Saturday, June 17, 2017
Location: Bailey, Colorado
Payout: $4000 Cash Payouts in the Open/Pro Categories for both Hundo and Hundito for 2016
Starting from the heart of Bailey, the race features approximately 65 miles of single track as it winds from Bailey through the Buffalo Creek Trail system and along the Colorado Trail.
Course Map: view course map
Places to Visit:
Baily Hundo Press and Photos
www.bailey100.com/video.php (includes an original song as the soundtrack! )
History of the first race season: http://vimeo.com/73586335