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Harvest Century Volunteers Sign-Up!
Sunday, September 30, 2012 from 6:30 AM to 5:30 PM (PDT)
Course Marking - Get out on the course and help mark it with painted pumpkins and signs. This will happen closer to the event. We will be in touch on exact days and time. (FREE RIDE - must arrive and volunteer to receive bib for free ride)
REI Pre-Packet Pick-Ups - are scheduled for the Hillsboro location on September 23rd and the downtown location on September 26th. We need help setting up and running on-site registration and packet pick-ups for riders. It's fast-paced work with a smile. (FREE RIDE - must arrive and volunteer to receive bib for free ride)
Load-In Crew - Saturday Sep. 29th, ( 2 shifts: 9am-1pm & 1pm-5pm) Come out to our offices (1750 SW Skyline Blvd.,Portland 97221) to help with the final truck load-in of every last supply for the event. We need people who are good with details and organizing. We'll have lunch for the early crew and snacks for the afternoon crew. (FREE RIDE - must arrive and volunteer to receive bib for free ride)
REST STOPS - Come out as a team or ready to work in one, as you provide support to riders along the route. Prepare and keep food and drinks stocked for tired cyclists rolling through.
Tualatin Vineyards Rest Stop (Forest Grove) - This is the first stop for every rider on the ride. It's the earliest start time, but is a rewarding experience for a team or group to take on. The time flies by as quickly as riders do.
Montinore Vineyards Rest Stop (Forest Grove) - This is the second vineyard stop where $5 gets riders 5 tastes.
Ewing Young Elementary Lunch Stop (Newberg) - Things are hopping at the lunch stop. It's a great place for a family, team, club, group or anyone who wants to dive in and get busy to sign up. Time flies and so do the riders as they get in, get food and get on with the last of the ride
Champoeg Park Rest Stop (St.Paul) - We have two shifts at this stop. It's a great place for an individual or a couple to sign-up.
Canby Ferry Rest Stop (Canby) - Riders not only stop here for refreshments, but board the ferry to cross for the next leg of their journey.
Edy Ridge Elementary Rest Stop (Sherwood) - This is last rest stop for the century riders. It's a great opportunity to give them that final energy boost and encouragement.
DAY OF EVENT
Riding Course Marshal - Ride the route with participants while serving as the ride director's eyes and ears on the course. Provide direction at confusing intersections, remove hazards if found on course, monitor rider progress, and cheer on struggling riders. Other duties as requested. (FREE RIDE - must check-in to receive bib for free ride)
On-Course Mechanic - Help riders with their bikes when they are stranded on the side of the road. You get to be the hero. Ride along mechanics must have advanced mechanical skills and be able to do on-the-spot basic repair. Mechanics bring their own basic tool kit, a cell phone and are proactive about providing support on course. We will provide some tubes and a mechanic vest for you to wear on course so you are recognized as official ride support. (FREE RIDE - must check-in to receive bib for free ride)
On-Course Medic - If there is an accident, you will be there to lend a helping hand. To sign up for this position, you must be an RN, EMT, or MD and provide your own ride-along medical kit and bring a cell phone. Meet by the Volunteer Check In table. We'll gather all medical riders together so you know who else is on course. (FREE RIDE - must check-in to receive bib for free ride)
On-Course SAG Driver - Drive along the route, providing support as needed to riders. We need some folks just to drive and some to bring their own vehicle that can carry at least two bikes and three passengers. We reimburse for mileage and you get to be a hero all day long!
Registration (Civic Center) - It's really early and this group needs to be ready to respond quickly. You will be setting up, taking registrations, checking riders in, pulling packets and shirts, managing rider flow or helping with other organizational needs. (FREE RIDE 45 MILE - must arrive and volunteer to receive bib for free ride)
Start Line (Civic Center) - Ensure safety and a smooth start by holding riders until scheduled start times. (FREE RIDE 45 MILE - must arrive and volunteer to receive bib for free ride)
Traffic/Gate Keeper (Civic Center) - Manage flow of both auto and cycling traffic around the fairgrounds to keep people safe and informed. (FREE RIDE 45 MILE - must arrive and volunteer to receive bib for free ride)
Registration/Set-Up Transition (Civic Center) - This group will continue to check riders in until 10:30am, at which time a set-up transition will occur around the plaza for the afternoon festivities.
Food Service Tent (Civic Center) - Help out serving food at the finish line party, keeping things cleaned up or loading/unloading supplies as needed.
Green Manager (Civic Center) - Help us maintain a green environment by monitoring recycling and debris stations throughout the finish line party.
Alcohol Monitor (Civic Center - (Must be 21 or older) Be responsible for monitoring all alcohol activity.
Family Fun Ride Registration (Civic Center) - Be the first stop for families, friends and community to sign in for the family route.
Family Fun Ride Face Painting (Civic Center) - If you have an artistic hand, please come and help brighten faces at the event.
Family Fun Ride Rest Stop (Civic Center) - Provide support to all of the family route riders at the only rest stop on this ride. You will be in charge of stocking drinks and snacks for all participants riding through.
Family Fun Ride Route Turns/Intersections (Civic Center) - Become an actual part of the route as you are stationed along it to keep riders safe and on track.
Clean-Up/Unload (CVI Offices: 1750 SW Skyline Blvd, Portland 97221) - The morning after...join us for a final clean-up of all left-over items. There's always snacks and drinks available and sometimes some goodies to take home. (FREE RIDE - Must check-in with Kate before ride to get bib for free ride)
Signage Pull (On Course) - Beautiful Sunday scenic drive, anyone? Enjoy driving our lovely course, while pulling any leftover signs. We appreciate your help wrapping things up. (FREE RIDE - Must check-in with Kate before ride to get bib for free ride)
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