Can I volunteer and still ride?
Yes. Volunteers are welcome to ride on their own on Friday or on Sunday for the winery/waterfall ride. In order to put on a successful event, we really need a dedicated team of volunteers for our main event on Saturday so we ask that volunteers do not plan on riding.
What should I wear to volunteer?
Volunteers will receive a VIP Volunteer lanyard souvenir to wear while you’re helping out so that you are easily identifiable to riders. You are welcome to wear what you would like, just remember that weather in Tennessee can change drastically. This will be a rain or shine event (unless there is serious, inclement weather). Please dress appropriately and don’t forget the sunscreen and bug spray. Depending on the number of volunteers, we may/may not have extra event t-shirts.
Will food & drink be provided?
Yes, volunteers will be provided food, drinks and snacks throughout the event. We do recommend bringing some items of your own if you have health or dietary restrictions.
Can I bring my family, friend, neighbor or co-worker?
We will have a limit on Volunteers. If they are interested, they can register to Volunteer. If they are not selected as a Volunteer, they can attend the event even if they are not participating.
How long should I plan to help?
Some assignments will require a strong commitment of particular hours. You will be notified of your assignment, however we do ask that everyone remain flexible as possible.
What should I do if I cannot make it?
Let us know as soon as possible so we can replace your position. We recognize that there are unforeseeable circumstances, but if you’re able to send a quick email or give us a call, we’ll be able to adjust.
With further questions, contact:
*If you would like to sign up as our Volunteer Coordinator, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.