Bailey HUNDO News #4 – (Webpage version) 2/15/2013
Greetings! We apologize if you’re among those who have experienced problems with the registration process for the 2013 HUNDO. We wanted to update you on the current status and technological hiccups. Technology can be fickle, but that is our complication, not yours, and we are working hard to smooth out any issues.
Registration News for both Legacy and New Applicants
Legacy Rider Code Expiration Date is Approaching!
Just a reminder that the legacy code you received in November is valid until February 27th. After that date, we cannot guarantee a spot for you in the HUNDO. If you have not signed up yet, do it today as the 27th is just a few weeks away!
New Racer 411!
If you look at the roster on the Prerace site you may have noticed that new applicants who are accepted will be on the roster twice. When you initially applied you were put into the "application" category (i.e. "Men 30-39 Application"). However, if you receive an invitation email and confirm your invitation to race the HUNDO you would be listed again as a racer in the "Men 30-39" category.
Again, we are sorry for any confusion the registration process has caused. Rest assured, we are working as hard as we can to remedy the situation and please feel free to contact us should any questions or issues arise at [email protected]. Thank you for your continued support, interest and excitement of the Bailey HUNDO! Your enthusiasm is truly what makes the HUNDO fantastic and we look forward to another FUN year of mountain bike racing and FUNdraising.
We are partnering again with Optimum Endurance Sports (OES) as our training plan partner. For more information visit this page.
Last, but certainly, not least . . . we welcome corporate sponsorship! Don’t forget to check with your company about partnering with the HUNDO by becoming a sponsor.
For more information and updates on the HUNDO, please follow us on Twitter @baileyhundo, like us on Facebook, visit us at www.bailey100.com or email us at [email protected]. Check out the plan for an all new trail system in the Bailey area at www.facebook.com/BaileyTrails.
The Bailey HUNDO Staff and Board