Race Information / FAQ
June 15, 2019 - Learn something about the HUNDO
HUNDO: 100 miles. Approximate Elevation Gain: 10,000 feet
HUNDitO: 50 miles. Approximate Elevation Gain: 5,800 feet
Please note all riders must attend one of the four rider safety meetings.
Currently there are two locations with two safety meetings at each venue for your convenience. A third rider safety meeting is TBD and will be announced well in advance of race day.
Wednesday June 12 - 4:30PM to 8PM Packet pick up, rider safety and volunteer meetings.
(Epic Mountain Gear, 9170 Wadsworth Pkwy, Westminster, CO 80021)
- 5:00 PM to 6:00PM Rider safety Meeting #1
- 6:30PM to 7:30PM Rider safety meeting #2
Friday June 14 - 3:30PM to 6:30PM Packet pick and rider safety meetings.
(Finish Line Meadow, 3400 CR 68, Bailey, CO 80421)
- 2:00PM Finish line meadow opens on CR 68, 3.2 Miles south of Bailey. (Look for signage)
- 4:00PM to 5:00PM Rider safety Meeting #1
- 5:30PM to 6:30PM Rider safety meeting #2
- 6:30PM to 7:30PM Spaghetti Dinner at the finish line meadow.
Saturday June 15, 2019
- There is no parking downtown Bailey near the starting line, park in the finish line meadow.
- 6:00AM HUNDO Race Start, Down Town Bailey Colorado
- 9:30AM HUNDitO Race Start, Down Town Bailey Colorado
Racers are encouraged to arrive as early as 2pm Friday and camp the evening before (and after) the race.
- We have a special "new" site for folks camping both Friday and Saturday night. If you're camping for two days you need to RSVP to the race director. You will not be able to move your vehicle from the finish meadow during race day.
- If you are just camping Friday then it is first come first serve. (No dogs / No exceptions)
The Finish Area Meadow is a private gem nestled between rugged mountains, carpeted with lush grass and wildflowers with a beautiful clear running stream, drinking water provided, lots of parking, campsites and is walking distance across a log pedestrian bridge to the finish line, the venue for the Friday evening pasta feed, post race meal and festivities. We encourage reasonable size vehicles, but absolutely no campers longer than 22 feet. There is a strict NO DOGS policy in the finish meadow - thanks in advance for leaving your furry friend at home.
- Racers shall complete the entire race on the same bicycle upon which the race was begun.
- Be kind to everyone. Nobody likes "that guy". Don't be that guy.
- Your 'Race Age' is your age on December 31, 2019
- The deadline for switching races is Friday, May 24th
- If somebody is hurt on course and you find them, it is YOUR responsibility to find a course marshal and let them know. We have an advanced medical team with helicopter and ambulance support if needed, but we need to know of the injury before help can be summoned.
- Only registered racers may compete in an event. An official race number plate must be displayed by each racer.
- All competitors must wear a properly secured helmet, complying to DOT or CPSC Standards at all times during competition.
- Each competitor is responsible for having their bike in good operating condition. Repairs may be made by the racer or a 3rd party during the race.
- Deviation from the marked course will result in disqualification unless the competitor reenters the course at point of exit.
- Designated aid stations are available for both events, please try to use them to avoid interference with other racers, however there are no restrictions on when or where you eat or drink on the course.
- Do not litter the course with a gel packet, food wrappers or other waste. If reported to race officials this infraction will result in disqualification. Keep our trails beautiful.
- The course is on public property. Hikers and horsemen have the right-of-way, a competitor on their bike has the right-of-way over a racer pushing their bike. Inappropriate trail etiquette towards another racer or the general public will result in disqualification and a permanent ban from the race.
- Hikers and horsemen have the right-of-way, a competitor on their bike has the right-of-way over a racer pushing their bike.
- It is the responsibility of an overtaking rider to pass safely. No racer is expected to stop their race to allow other racers to pass. However, no rider shall intentionally impede the progress of another. A rider should make his/her presence known when overtaking a slower rider (i.e. "On your left. Please!").
- The race may be stopped by the race director in case of severe injury to a rider or life threatening weather.
- Racers must heed the instruction of medical personal and/or course marshals attending to an injured rider or in the case of extreme weather.
- Protests must be reported to or filed with a timing official within 30 minutes of your race completion. All results become final as of the presentation of awards.
- Final interpretation of the rules is up to the event director. These individuals have control over all competitors, scorers, and officials at their event and their decision on these rules, and any situations not specifically covered by these rules is final.
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Located less than an hour southwest of Denver, Bailey offers unparalleled access to single track trails - both the Buffalo Creek Trail System, and the Colorado Trail are easily accessible from the heart of Bailey.
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