Weekend Volunteers

Volunteer All Weekend

One of the best ways to be involved with Pedal The Plains without actually riding it is to volunteer!

PTP travels with a small core group of volunteers who help make this bike tour a success. The PTP Volunteer Crew is a unique group. Some volunteers have been helping since its inception, but some are brand new!

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 event that benefits several charities across the Eastern Plains.

Who Can Volunteer?

Anyone! An event of this nature is dependent on the 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.

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.

Volunteer Opportunities

HQ Focused

• Baggage Crew: ensure proper transportation of cyclist luggage from town to town
• Start / Finish Crew: set up / strike HQ in each town
• Registration: help with Packet Pick Up and help interested cyclists register for PTP

Route Focused
• Aid Station Captain: set-up, run, and break down Aid Stations so they cyclists can re-hydrate, refuel, and rest every 10-15 miles
• Aid Trucks Drivers: carry all the supplies for the Aid Stations
• AM / PM Signs & Route Marking: ensure proper safety and marking of the route
• Course Marshals: guide cyclists about upcoming turns, hazards, and route direction
• Medical Liaison: provides excellent customer service to injured / sick cyclists and their families
• SAG Driver and Broom Wagon: support cyclists on the route by transporting those in need
• Water Truck: provides water at all aid stations and along the route

Benefits

  • Discounts on lodging for the weekend
  • Meal coupons for the Community Meals in each town
  • Custom selection of Crew clothing to wear throughout the weekend – (long sleeve, tshirts, and a hat)
  • Detailed instructions and training for each position. There will be one pre-tour orientation in the Denver-area before the tour
  • A fuel card to cover fuel costs during the Tour, sponsored by Suncor
  • CPR certified – PTP will set up CPR certification classes in the Denver area / reimburse up to $50 of a CPR certification class
  • A chance to see Eastern Colorado!
  • Visit with the townspeople, drive on the side roads, have some great food, and grow an appreciation for how beautiful Colorado is – statewide!

Volunteer Applications

Application Process:

To apply:

  • Visit the Application via Volunteer Local
  • Fill out all personal information
  • Review position descriptions, and sign up for your top 1 or 2 choices
  • Applications and shift selections will be reviewed
    • Please note, we will try our best to assign you to either your first or second choice, but it may not be guaranteed
  • A link to sign up for a phone call interview with the Volunteer Manager will be emailed to you
  • Welcome letters will be sent out!

If you have any questions please email or call Suzi Jolly, Event Manager-Volunteers (303-954-6707)