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Volunteer Positions

We are looking for volunteers to help us out on race day in a number of different ways.

All Squamish Enduro volunteers get an awesome package which includes; a $40 gift card to both Tantalus Bike Shop AND Nesters Market, and a Nesters Market cooler bag. You will be provided with an event day lunch from Nesters Market, and an apres meal and drink at Norman Rudy’s Pub. Plus, an awesome day with Squamish Enduro!

Stage Start / Finish Volunteers: (all stage start positions are now full)
– Best done in a group with two friends, but you can sign up individually and we will pair you up accordingly
– Stage starts are fun, outgoing and social positions requiring leadership abilities and organizational skills
– Stage finishes are a little more mellow and require the ability to cheer on riders as they pass. No direct conversation or leadership is required
– Must be able to hike/ride to a location on course with a backpack holding timing equipment (it’s light weight, don’t worry)
– Will require you to attend an online volunteer meeting on Tuesday, May 3rd at 7pm to review setup, emergency procedure, and to answer any questions
– 6 hour time commitment

Course Marshall Volunteer:
– Requires management of racers crossing non-race trails
– Must have the ability to get to a location on course by hiking or biking
– Course marshalls need to be able to direct racers and potentially converse with the general public to manage rider traffic at a critical junction
– Will require you to attend an online volunteer meeting on Tuesday, May 3rd at 7pm to review setup, emergency procedure, and to answer any questions
– 6 hour time commitment

Registration: (all registration spots now full)
– You will not be on course and will instead be situated at Norman Rudy’s Pub/Patio
– You will be interacting with riders and assisting with things like (for example): plate pick-up, ID validation, race start management, handing out drink/meal tickets
– 3-5 hour time commitment

Course Tare Down:
– Happens after the event is complete on Saturday evening, or on Sunday May 8th
– Requires you to ride with a LARGE backpack, and tare down race tape and course marking arrows
– Trails will be assigned based on your availability

On-Course Medic:
– Must be an experienced FA provider with a minimum 80 hours WFR, OEC or OFA3 certification
– Requires riding the course for the day and communicating with the lead medic via 2-way radio, as part of a large team of medics
– Will require some online coordination with lead medic before event
– 8 hour time commitment

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