Registration for Bailey Hundo is open

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Registration opens today for the 2011 Baily Hundo

News Release
March 9th, 2011

Noah Aptekar
Executive Director, Bailey HUNDO

Nonprofit 100-mile Mountain Bike Race, Announces Open Applications and Race Details!

Bailey, Colorado, 3/9/2011 – Today, the organizers of the Bailey HUNDO: An Epic Race Making An Epic Difference—a 100-mile endurance mountain bike race produced by Advance Colorado Fund Inc., a Colorado-based nonprofit committed to youth biking initiatives and trail building, announced that applications are now being accepted on ( for the 2011 race, which will start in Bailey at 6am on Saturday, June 18th, 2011. There are 250 spots in the race this year thanks to a partnership with the Forest Service, and all capable racers are encouraged to apply!

“We are deeply proud that the Bailey HUNDO will have 250 racers this year who are so committed to supporting youth biking initiatives in Colorado and trail building in the Platte Canyon area that they are willing to raise much-needed funds and spend months training for this 100-mile endurance race,” said Bailey HUNDO Executive Director Noah Aptekar. “The Bailey HUNDO provides the opportunity; it is the racers who make the impact on the
state of cycling for Colorado’s youth and in the Platte Canyon area through their dedication to raising funds and participating in such an extreme and exciting event.”

The Bailey HUNDO was started in 2010 with only 150 racers and was a huge success! The top three finishers in the Men’s Open/Pro category were Olympian Jeremy Horgan-Kobelski (6:36), Colorado mountain biking legend Dave Wiens (6:49), and Team Epic Endurance racer Brian Alders (6:56). The top finishing times in the Women’s categories were turned in by Sonya Looney (8:19) and Eszter Horanyi (9:04, singlespeed category). The Bailey HUNDO looks forward to attracting an even more competitive field in 2011.

Based in Denver, Colorado, Advance Colorado Fund is a Colorado nonprofit organization that encourages mountain bike racers and advocates to support youth biking initiatives in Colorado and trail planning and building in the Platte Canyon area by organizing the 100- mile Bailey HUNDO: An Epic Race Making an Epic Difference. In 2010, the Bailey HUNDO was launched with 150 racers and contributed over $8,000 to further the nonprofit mission of both supporting youth biking initiatives including Trips For Kids
Denver/Boulder, Colorado High School Cycling League, and Kids On Bikes, as well as planning and building new trails in the Platte Canyon area in conjunction with the
nonprofit Colorado Mountain Biking Association. For more information please visit or call (303) 877-8314.

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