On the Hundo Singletrack in 2010

The Bailey Hundo


Mission: The Bailey HUNDO—a not-for-profit event—is a world-class 100-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

About Bailey: Located less than an hour from Denver, and less than an hour and a half from Boulder, 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.

About the Route: Starting from the heart of Bailey, the race features over 45 miles of singletrack—more in 2011 than in 2010—as it winds from Bailey through the Buffalo Creek Trail system and along the Colorado Trail to the South Platte to Deckers up Stony Creek Pass to Wellington Lake, and back to Bailey!

About the 2010 HUNDO: The Bailey HUNDO was created out of a partnership between four State Senators—State Senator Chris Romer (now a Denver Mayoral candidate), State Senator Greg Brophy (SD-1), State Senate Minority Leader Mike Kopp (SD-22), and State Senator Mark Scheffel (SD-4)—and the communities of Bailey, Park County, and Colorado cyclists. In the first year in 2010, the HUNDO attracted 150 racers, including some of the top mountain bike racers in the world: Jeremy Horgan-Kobelski, Dave Weins and Soyna Looney.

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