Race Information / FAQ
June 20, 2020 - Learn something about the HUNDO
HUNDO: 100 miles. Approximate Elevation Gain: 10,000 feet
HUNDitO: 50 miles. Approximate Elevation Gain: 5,800 feet
Saturday June 20, 2020
- Begin your race when you are ready, race any course that you like.
- There is no parking downtown Bailey, avoid any parking area that might appear to be crowded.
- 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, 2020
- If you somebody is hurt on course, stop to ask if they need help.
- 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.
- Please try to avoid contact with other people, don't interfere with other racers, particularly where you stop to eat or drink on your course.
- Do not litter the course with a gel packet, food wrappers or other waste. Keep our trails beautiful.
- If your 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.
- 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!").
- Protests must be reported to or filed with a timing official within 24 hours 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.
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.View the Advance Colorado Fund Bylaws
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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