Not ready to ride the course but still want to be part of the excitement of Century Challenge? Volunteering is a great way to experience the event, meet new people and have fun along the way.
Becoming a volunteer can be a very rewarding and satisfying experience for people of all ages and walks of life. We need approximately 50 volunteers who assist with registrations & general administrative duties, food distribution at Rest Stops, road marshalling, pedestrian and directional marshalling, and more.
Whether you are a student interested in gaining work experience in the events industry or a retired professional looking for ways to contribute to the community, we can find a role to suit you.
There are plenty of jobs available over the weekend around the course, with volunteer shifts ranging from 2-8 hours.
Our hard working volunteers add to our event’s success and help create a safe and enjoyable experience for all the participants. Please do consider becoming involved and help all our riders have a great day out and safely reach the finish line!
Can I help and cycle?
We offer all our volunteers the opportunity to ride our events for free.
Depending on the role you would like to help with, we can either offer volunteers the opportunity to help for 2 hours in the morning and then ride the event that day – this will usually involve helping at Registration or with parking. But if you fancy helping out for the day that would be wonderful, you can cover many roles such as helping out at the venue or at a feed station.
There are so many benefits to volunteering:
- learning new skills and trying something different
- this is a great community event
- staying active, meeting people and having fun
- giving back to the community and feeling good
- using your skills and knowledge to benefit others
- free lunch at our post-event village
Examples of our Volunteer Jobs Available
Directing of riders on course
Directing of riders around start line and finish line
Assisting at the registration desk
Assisting at the rest stops (serving food and drinks) on course
Helping in the village area post event