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Volunteer for City Bikes Biscayne Bay Triathlon

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Volunteer for City Bikes Biscayne Bay Triathlon

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Sat, Dec 2nd Packet Pick-up @ City Bikes (Mid-town)-9AM to 6PM
This volunteer position takes place at City Bikes @ 2801 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33137 (305) 704-2126
3 Tickets Free  
Sat, Dec 2nd Packet Pick-up @ City Bikes (Pembroke Pines) 9AM to 6PM
This volunteer position takes place at City Bikes @671 NW 100TH PLACE, PEMBROKE PINES, FL 33024 (954) 682-8889
6 Tickets Free  
Sat, Dec 2nd Packet Pick-up @ City Bikes (Aventura)-9AM to 6PM
This volunteer position takes place at City Bikes @ 20335 Biscayne Blvd, Aventura, FL · (305) 682-8889.
4 Tickets Free  
Check-in Sunday, Dec 3rd - 5AM - 9AM 5 Tickets Free  
Food Tent - Sunday, Dec 3rd - 8AM to 11AM 6 Tickets Free  
Finish Line - Sunday, Dec 3rd @ 6:30AM to 11AM 25 Tickets Free  
Site Tear Down - Sunday, Dec 3rd @ 9AM to 11AM 23 Tickets Free  
Transition Area - Sunday, Dec 3rd @ 5:30AM to 11AM 20 Tickets Free  
Water Exit - Sunday, Dec 3rd 6:30AM to 8AM 18 Tickets Free  
Course Marshals - Sunday, Dec 3rd - 6AM to 10AM 25 Tickets Free  
Run Course Water Station - Sunday, Dec 3rd 6AM to 11AM 25 Tickets Free  

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Volunteering Is Fun!    

One of the critical ingredients in a successful triathlon is volunteers. Volunteers make it possible to conduct a safe, well-organized event. In a triathlon, volunteers are needed in a variety of areas. In all cases, we hope volunteers will find their task fun and exciting. At the end of the day, they’ll feel like they made a valuable contribution to the success of the race. They will also feel appreciated, as tri-athletes are known to be a very appreciative group. It won’t be unusual for many participants to thank you for your contribution during the race. All volunteers receive food, an official race t-shirt and service hours.

Transition Area

The transition area is the fenced in area containing all the bike racks. This area sees action the entire time. Here are the basic responsibilities for transition area volunteers. Volunteers will be stationed at the two entrances to the transition area. They will be asked to keep spectators out of the transition area. The transition area is for participants only. Participants know this and have been told repeatedly.

During the race, transition area volunteers will become traffic cops-directing participants out the appropriate exits of the transition area. They will continue to keep any wandering spectators out of the transition area.

Finishing Line/Timing

One job will include making sure participants pass through the timing chutes (either fencing or pennant line will be used) and also making sure that spectators keep out of the timing chutes, Volunteers will also be asked to make sure that nobody (other than race staff) tampers with the timing mats or boxes.

The other job will be at the finish line where a couple of volunteers will be asked to remove the timing chip from each participant’s ankle. The finish line will be set up in such a fashion as to force participants to exit the finish line area through one narrow gate. Volunteers will be stationed at this gate.

Food Tent     

Volunteers assist with serving the beverages and food to participants following the race.

Run Course Water Station

During the run portion of the race, we have aid stations set up for the participants. Volunteers typically hand participants cups filled with water. It’s always a good idea to have one member of the aid station crew assigned to picking up cups during the race. This will save a lot of time when the race is over.

Packet Pick- Up & Registration

Volunteers are always needed to assist our race staff at packet pick-up/registration. Prior to the race, participants must check-in. They receive their official race numbers, race packet of information, race t-shirts. Etc. 

 

FAQs

 

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

Yes volunteers must be a minimum of 14 years old

 

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

For Packet Pick-up parking is at the shopping center parking lot. For the day of the event parking is at the Kovens Conference Center parking lot. You will receive a flyer for the dashboard of your car to park at this location. Parking is free.

 

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Email the Race Director, Christina Reddick at reddickc@fiu.edu or call/text to (305) 728-9773

 

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No only photo ID. 

 

Can I update my registration information?

Yes

 

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Florida International University - Biscayne Bay Campus Recreation
3000 NE 151 Street
North Miami, FL 33181

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