VOLUNTEER

2022 Ride for the Feast Volunteer Opportunities

Contact Michelle “MJ” Jenkins at mjenkins@mfeast.org to learn more

 

Rider Check In

  • Time: Friday, May 20th , 3pm – 7pm
  • Location: Talbot County Community Center, 10028 Ocean Gateway, Easton, MD 21601
  • Description: Volunteers check riders in to receive their assigned rider bag which contains their water bottle, cue sheet, and other important information. Volunteers will also provide ride related information as needed.

Pit Stops

  • Time: Saturday, May 21st , start and end times vary between 7am – 5:30pm
  • Location: Along the 1021, 69, and 42 mi loops in Talbot County
  • Number Needed: 6-10 volunteer per stop
  • Description: Set up rider pit stops with provided supplies, check riders in as they arrive, hand out snacks and drinks, monitor trash and recycling, and break down stop. *Preference to volunteer groups.*

SAG (Safety & Gear) Driver

  • Time: Saturday, May 21st , start and end times vary between 7am – 5:30pm
  • Location: Along the 102, 69, and 42 mi loops in Talbot County
  • Number Needed: 2 people per vehicle, up to 12 vehicles
  • Description: SAG drivers are our eyes on the road. SAG drivers look out for riders that need support, cheer riders on, and pick up riders as need to provide a break, transport them to the next pit stop, or to the finish line. SAG drivers must attend a SAG orientation prior to the ride, must have a bike rack, and be able to seat 2 passengers in the back seat.

Caboose

  • Time: Saturday, May 21st , start and end times vary between 7am – 5:30pm
  • Location: Along the 102, 69, and 42 mi loops in Talbot County
  • Number Needed: 2 people per vehicle, up to 12 vehicles
  • Description: SAG drivers are our eyes on the road. SAG drivers look out for riders that need support, cheer riders on, and pick up riders as need to provide a break, transport them to the next pit stop, or to the finish line. SAG drivers must attend a SAG orientation prior to the ride, must have a bike rack, and be able to seat 2 passengers in the back seat.

MOTO (Motorcycle Safety Team)

  • Time: Saturday, May 21st, start and end times vary between 7am – 5:30pm
  • Location: Along the 102, 69, and 42 mi loops in Talbot County
  • Number Needed: 1 person per motorcycle, up to 20 motorcyclists
  • Description: Moto’s are stationed along trickier portions of the route, such as major intersections, to safely guide riders along. Moto’s must have their own motorcycle and be available between the hours of 7am – 6pm.

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