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Volunteers

Volunteers

This group of people are every bit as important to Pedal The Plains as the riders and they will have just as much fun, but with less chafing!

Why Do It?

It’s a unique chance to see Colorado’s high plains, meet lots of wonderful people, eat and drink like royalty, and feel great about contributing to an inaugural event that will benefit several charities across the Eastern Plains.

Who Can Volunteer?

Anyone! An event of this nature is dependent on the valiant efforts of friendly and resourceful people. It’s a perfect opportunity to support friends and family on the tour, or for anyone who wants to combine an adventurous outing with the spirit of volunteerism.

Volunteer Opportunities

Community

  • Info Tent
  • Signs/Ambassadors
  • Supply Truck
  • Grounds Crew
  • Supply Truck
  • Registration
  • Baggage

Route

  • SAGs
  • Aid Stations
  • Radio/Medical Support
  • Medical Liaison
  • Road Marshals
  • Aid Trucks
  • Route Signage

Leads

To help ensure a rewarding experience for all our volunteers, Pedal The Plains will look to recruit leads for each of the volunteer positions.  Leads will have additional responsibilities and time commitments but will receive a few fun perks. If interested in a leadership role, please indicate as such when completing the volunteer form.

Benefits

All volunteers will receive community meal vouchers, drink tickets, staff wear, and recognition at a post event appreciation party.  Overnight accommodations include camping and RVs. Please take this into consideration and plan accordingly.

Volunteer Applications

If you are interested in volunteering, we first ask that you check out the Volunteer Job Descriptions to see if there is a good fit. If still interested, please click here and complete our online application. Volunteer applicants will be notified of their status no later than August 2. If accepted and in-state, please plan to attend two volunteer trainings – August 7 or 14 (TBD) and September 4. If you have additional questions, please call Jake Luhmann at 303.954.6707 or email ptp@denverpost.com.

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