Two days before the race – June 16, 2001 (Thursday)


Packet Pickup

(please note that there are two locations with two rider meetings for your convenience)

Wheat Ridge Cyclery 5pm-8pm (map)
7085 W. 38th Ave.
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033


Racer Safety Meeting #1 (you must attend one of the four rider safety meetings)

Wheat Ridge Cyclery 6pm-7pm


Racer Safety Meeting #2

Wheat Ridge Cyclery 7pm-8pm

Day before the race – June 17, 2001 (Friday)


Packet Pickup

Platte Canyon Fire Station 2pm-7pm (map)
153 Delwood Drive
Bailey, CO 80421


Racer Safety Meeting #3

Platte Canyon Fire Station 3pm-4pm

Racer Safety Meeting #4

Bailey Fire Station 6pm-7pm


BBQ and party at Senator Romers

The night before the race all are welcome to attend a BBQ at the Romer ranch. This event is
by RSVP only – if you will be attending the Romer Ranch BBQ Friday evening, please send us
an email RSVP by clicking here. The fee is $5 and there will not be any overnight guests at the Romer Ranch.


Camping near the Course

The Bailey Hundo has reserved a meadow for camping just south of the Sawmill.

Click here to see a driving map with mileage from Bailey.


Race Day – June 18, 2001 (Saturday)



The Start Line

(No Packet Pickup day of the race)

The race starts at 6am from downtown Bailey.

Click here to view map of course start. Riders may be dropped off before the race at the Conoco
west of downtown, and racers and guests may park south on Hwy 68. See this map for Race Day Parking.

Downtown Bailey (map)

Coffee and burritos will be available at the Cut Throat Cafe at the start line.

Please see map for directions to Saw Mill parking.
There will be NO DAY Parking Allowed in downtown Bailey.
You should give yourself 15-20 minutes to get from the Sawmill to the starting line.
Mercedes of Littleton will be running a shuttle for those unable to ride to the starting line.


The Course

The 2011 course is just over 100 miles with 12,500 vertical feet of climbing. The first half is primarily
singletrack after 7 miles of dirt road to seperate to riders before entering the Colorado Trail. After the descent
to the river, the course has an asphalt stretch, then 40 more miles of dirt road crossing over Stoney Pass.


The Volunteers

There are ~100 volunteers required to make the race a success. Please thank each volunteer that you
encounter on or of the course!


The Aid Stations

There are eleven course segments, each seperated by ten aid stations. Each aid station will be staffed
with an Aid Station Leader and their volunteers. Each station will have water in donated cycling
bottles, bottled water, bananas, oranges and Hammer Nutrition products.


Safety / Medical

There is an impressive medical staff on the course that will be in radio contact the whole day.


The Finish Line

Look forward to this! The finish line meadow is private, on the river, nestled between some impressive
rock walls with fantastic views of the river valley and blue sky. The band will be playing from 1:30
to 4:30pm. Wynkoop will supply beverages and the Platte Canyon Chamber will be serving up BBQ.

Click here to view map of course finish and finish area.


Bailey Days

In conjuction with the Bailey Hundo, the town of Bailey is holding their annual Bailey Days street
festival. More bands, vendors and things to do in downtown Bailey.