The Bailey HUNDO: Volunteers Needed!
The Bailey Hundo needs volunteers! Can you spare some time? Log in to see more detail: http://www.volunteerspot.com/login/entry/9411212898062
- Friday: for start/finish line set up on Friday from 11 am to 3 pm, Course Marking, Camp Hosts
- Saturday Race day: Aid Station Volunteers, Parking Attendants, Start Finish Break down
- Sunday: Course Sweep - adding 4 Volunteer spots to assist with sorting Aid Station supplies, rinsing coolers, etc. at the Fire Station.
COMBA is proud to help with the fifth annual The Bailey HUNDO: a 50 and 100-mile endurance mountain bike race. The proceeds of the race will not only enhance the singletrack trail system around Bailey, but also promote mountain biking to at-risk youth, and high schoolers around the state by supporting Trips For Kids Denver/Boulder and the newly-founded Colorado High School Cycling League.
About Bailey: 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. Chamber website Lodging & Restaurants
Mission: The Bailey HUNDO - a not-for-profit event - is a world-class 100 & 50 mile endurance mountain bike race that starts and ends in Bailey, Colorado. Money raised by the HUNDO is invested in youth biking initiatives in Colorado, and used to 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.
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About: The USFS has provided us with a permit to allow for 250 select riders to participate in the 5th annual HUNDO this year, as well as another 150 to participate in the inaugural 50 mile race. The 2014 Bailey HUNDO is a charity race- with a minimum of $250. There are generous prizes this year to be distributed among the top finishers and top fundraisers. All tax deductible donations -minus race costs- will be allocated to assist our kid and trail centric organizations and to support the Bailey Trails development project.