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Volunteer Information | The Enduro MTB Bike Race

Volunteer Information

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Positions We Need To Fill:

Parking – Direct racer parking before the race start.
First-aid – Respond to emergencies and determine the best course of action.
Course marshals – Direct racers on course. Talk to and answer questions from non-racers as they come to the course.
Aid Stations – Assist racers with re-filling water bottles or hydration packs and getting race food.
Sweep Riders – Follow the last racers.
After Party – Everything from set up to feeding racers to clean up. Help will be needed in flexible shifts starting at around 10am until about 6pm. Help is also needed with tear down and clean up on Sunday.

General Volunteer Info:

  • Volunteer check in on race day, for most positions, will be on Headquarters Rd. just off of Happy Jack Road (WYO 210) beginning at 6:00am. At check-in we will have sack lunches, race crew t-shirts, maps and other information to take with you, and a waiver to sign.
    Directions from Laramie, take I-80 east to exit 323. Turn towards the rest area (left) and then left onto Happy Jack Road (WYO 210). Follow Happy Jack Road for about 6 miles. Look for a sign on the right that says “Blair-Wallis” (it’s actually Headquarters Road). The turn is between mileposts 31 and 32. Turn right and look for the check in tent.
    Directions from Cheyenne, take Happy Jack Road (WYO 210) west out of town for about 31 miles. Look for a sign on the left that says “Blair-Wallis” (it’s actually Headquarters Road). The turn is between mileposts 31 and 32. Turn left and look for the check in tent.
  • Bring sunscreen, bug dope, and dress for the weather. Most volunteer positions will not have sheter available. Here is a forecast for the race site.
  • Cell phone reception is variable throughout the course. Text messages are more reliable where reception is poor.