Bike to Beat Cancer 2022

Volunteering at the Bike to Beat Cancer

An event such as the Bike to Beat Cancer cannot happen without a group of dedicated volunteers working to make it a success. Below are the different areas in which we need assistance from volunteers.  Volunteer positions to be posted in mid-May. 

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Start/Finish Volunteers

May assist on Sept. 9 to set up and help with pre-registration. Sept. 10 hours are available starting at 6 a.m. with roles until 8 p.m. 

  • Set up: Assist with the set up of event (tables, chairs, signage, etc.).
  • Registration/Donations: Check participants in alphabetically, pass out jerseys, and collect donations from riders.
  • Volunteer check-in: Check in volunteers and direct them to their assigned positions.
  • Greeters: Greet riders and guests and direct them to parking, registration, meals, etc. Assist with smooth transition of participants.
  • Loaders: Load materials needed for pit stops into the vehicles. Make sure all materials are secure and organized in each vehicle for pit stop.
  • Finish Line Meal assistants: Assist riders and volunteers with getting their meal. Help pour drinks, clear tables and direct guests to buffet line.
  • Breakdown: Breakdown and clean up the finish line celebration.

Route Volunteers

Tasks anywhere from 7 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. Sept. 10

  • Sweep: Drive the route and assist riders as needed. Sweep volunteers are supplied with first aid kits for riders in need.
  • Caboose: Follow the last group of riders throughout route and to finish line.
  • Motor safety: Assist with the traffic flow of the riders. Motorcycles welcome.
  • Medical staff: Two volunteers staffed at each pit stop and the finish line. Must be a medical professional.

Pit Stop Volunteers

Tasks available anywhere from 7 a.m. until 6:30 p.m.

  • Pit stop volunteers: Provide food and drinks at designated stops. Direct riders to food, drink and medical equipment. Cheer on riders and encourage them along the route.
  • Medical staff: Two volunteers staffed at each pit stop and the finish line. Must be a medical professional.

*Shift times may vary due to needs and requested placement preference