This race cannot happen without your support and Volunteering is a great way to get involved with the race.
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Here are some of the tasks where help is needed:
Friday May 23th 6:30 – 8:00PM - Registration TBD. Check racers in to for the race and provide them with their race packets.
Saturday May 24th 8:00AM – 1:00PM – Multiple shifts. Check racers in to for the race and provide them with their race packets.
A marshal helps guide racers around the course and plays an important role in providing rider safety. Marshals also help with crowd control and parking as well as keeping the feed zones working in an orderly fashion as well as neat. Marshals are needed Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
We have a great crew of United States Cycling Federation officials working this race sometimes they need an extra set of eyes as well as traffic control help at these locations where racers are fighting to get points in the Sprint and K/QoM competitions. Help will be needed primarily on Monday at the Sprint as well as at the two planned K/QoMs. Good eyesight as well as note taking skills are needed as the results you get will play a role in the outcome of these competitions.
Want to get an up-close view of the racers for more than a few minutes at a time? Drivers of lead cars and for officials are needed. In this role you will actually be in the race! As lead car you will be following the State Police vehicle helping provide protection to the racers. Driving an official you will be helping that person be in the best place to see the race to be sure the racers are following the rules.Driving a wheel vehicle you have a great view of the race and will help provide protection for the racers by keeping non-race vehicles out of the race caravan. In addition you will also carry spare wheels which are provided by the racers. If a racers gets a flat tire you will stop and provide them with a replacement wheel so they can continue in the race. This is a faced paced role and some bicycle experience is helpful.