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8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
These volunteers will be assisting with the course markings and course taping to ensure riders stay on the right track. Lunch will be provided.
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
These volunteers will be assisting with the setting up the festival area (tents, tables), staging and finish lines.
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
These volunteers will be assisting with the course markings and course taping to ensure riders stay on the right track. Lunch will be provided.
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
These volunteers will be assisting with the setting up the festival area (tents, tables), staging and finish lines.
1:45 PM - 3:45 PM
This very important volunteer position controls vehicular traffic and/or spectators at points where the course crosses a road or a pedestrian crossing. You may have to hike or bike to these locations. Wear a helmet if you bike!
6:30 AM - 8:30 AM
Parking volunteers welcome participants and help direct traffic in the pit zone and parking area. No bikes needed. Requires standing for the entire shift.
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Parking volunteers welcome participants and help direct traffic in the pit zone and parking area. No bikes needed. Requires standing for the entire shift.
Course Marshals are at stationary key points and are the eyes and ears out on the course that allow us to respond to injuries quickly. Marshals may also need to communicate about mechanicals, course cutting or racers abandoning the race to the Chief Course Marshal. They may also need to control traffic and/or spectators at intersections. They are always at positions on the course that are great places to cheer on the racers! Radios and a pack with supplies and safety equipment will be provided. Course marshals may hike or bike to the location. Always wear a helmet if biking!
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
As soon as the last race starts, these volunteers will start by tearing down the starting shoot, then the rest of the infield as directed by the Infield Manager or Ops Director.
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
These volunteers will be assisting with the setting up the festival area (tents, tables), staging and finish lines.
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
These volunteers will be assisting with the course markings and course taping to ensure riders stay on the right track. Lunch will be provided.
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
These volunteers will be assisting with the setting up the festival area (tents, tables), staging and finish lines.
1:45 PM - 3:45 PM
This very important volunteer position controls vehicular traffic and/or spectators at points where the course crosses a road or a pedestrian crossing. You may have to hike or bike to these locations. Wear a helmet if you bike!
1:45 PM - 4:00 PM
Parking volunteers welcome participants and help direct traffic in the pit zone and parking area. No bikes needed. Requires standing for the entire shift.
3:40 PM - 6:00 PM
This very important volunteer position controls vehicular traffic and/or spectators at points where the course crosses a road or a pedestrian crossing. You may have to hike or bike to these locations. Wear a helmet if you bike!
The GRiT pre-ride leader will lead a group of 20-30 girls through the race course and make frequent stops at features or difficult parts of the course to offer the girls the opportunity to session. During stops, ask the girls if they have any questions about the upcoming race or about how they are feeling about the race course. If you haven't ridden the course yet, it's ok! Blind riding is an important skills for the girls to learn too - think about talking them through the thought process for approaching a new course including getting off the bike to walk sections if needed, planning your race lines, and sessioning areas of the course.
6:30 AM - 8:30 AM
This very important volunteer position controls vehicular traffic and/or spectators at points where the course crosses a road or a pedestrian crossing. You may have to hike or bike to these locations. Wear a helmet if you bike!
6:30 AM - 8:30 AM
Parking volunteers welcome participants and help direct traffic in the pit zone and parking area. No bikes needed. Requires standing for the entire shift.
Course Marshals are at stationary key points and are the eyes and ears out on the course that allow us to respond to injuries quickly. Marshals may also need to communicate about mechanicals, course cutting or racers abandoning the race to the Chief Course Marshal. They may also need to control traffic and/or spectators at intersections. They are always at positions on the course that are great places to cheer on the racers! Radios and a pack with supplies and safety equipment will be provided. Course marshals may hike or bike to the location. Always wear a helmet if biking!
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Parking volunteers welcome participants and help direct traffic in the pit zone and parking area. No bikes needed. Requires standing for the entire shift.
Course Marshals are at stationary key points and are the eyes and ears out on the course that allow us to respond to injuries quickly. Marshals may also need to communicate about mechanicals, course cutting or racers abandoning the race to the Chief Course Marshal. They may also need to control traffic and/or spectators at intersections. They are always at positions on the course that are great places to cheer on the racers! Radios and a pack with supplies and safety equipment will be provided. Course marshals may hike or bike to the location. Always wear a helmet if biking!
Works with Timing Director to write down race plate numbers as riders complete each lap of their race and track any updates about riders that impact scoring (e.g. penalties, injury). Requires standing for most of the shift.
Course Marshals are at stationary key points and are the eyes and ears out on the course that allow us to respond to injuries quickly. Marshals may also need to communicate about mechanicals, course cutting or racers abandoning the race to the Chief Course Marshal. They may also need to control traffic and/or spectators at intersections. They are always at positions on the course that are great places to cheer on the racers! Radios and a pack with supplies and safety equipment will be provided. Course marshals may hike or bike to the location. Always wear a helmet if biking!
1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
This very important volunteer position controls vehicular traffic and/or spectators at points where the course crosses a road or a pedestrian crossing. You may have to hike or bike to these locations. Wear a helmet if you bike!
1:35 PM - 4:00 PM
Works with Timing Director to write down race plate numbers as riders complete each lap of their race and track any updates about riders that impact scoring (e.g. penalties, injury). Requires standing for most of the shift.
3:45 PM - 5:45 PM
As soon as the last race starts, these volunteers will start by tearing down the starting shoot, then the rest of the infield as directed by the Infield Manager or Ops Director.