Volunteer Position Descriptions (times are approximate)
Photographer [6:30am to 2:00pm]
Photography may be a passion of yours, or maybe you are looking to expand your portfolio. You will assist the lead photographer by taking action shots of riders, candid shots in the quarry, and people having fun at rest stops!
Waiver Station [6:30am to 11:00am]
You are the first volunteer our riders see and able to set their day off to a great start! All riders must sign a waiver before they enter the course and you help facilitate that. Accept their signed waiver and assist with putting on their bracelet that allows access to the start corrals. Riders will be ready to start their ride after this and be very thankful for your help!
Ushers [6:30am to 10:30am]
Help guide participants upon arrival to their next destination within the Quarry. Point out where key locations are such as Will Call, Washrooms, waiver station etc. This position is perfect for energetic and personable people.
Start Corral Ushers [6:30 to 10:30am]
Help non-experienced riders choose their start corral. An understanding of cycling and different skill levels is an asset.
Course Marshall [7:30 to 11:30, 8:00 to 12:30pm, 10:00 to 1:00pm or 12:00 to 4:00pm]
Direct riders in the right direction, help riders cross intersections safely, maintain course safety at your designation interaction. (Must be over 18 yrs of age).
Bike Valet & Bag Check [9:30 to 4:30pm]
Prepare the bike valet and bag check area. Handle peoples bikes and bags for check-in, organize placement, and help check-out efficiently.
Ticket Redemption [10:30 to 4:00pm]
Be right in the middle of the finish line festival! Cut off the bracelets of the participants who have just finished their ride and exchange them for a food and beer ticket. The riders will be very happy to see you!
Rest Stops [7:30 to 12:00, 7:45 to 2:15, 8:30 to 2:15, 9:00 to 12:30, or 12:30 to 4pm]
There are 5 rest stops that are positioned along the route. Volunteers will help with set up, food prep, and tear down. Be at the front lines of operation, engaging with riders as they enjoy a much needed break.