River City Bicycles Mt Tabor Series
People who volunteer for races receive free entry. Free entry is transferrable, i.e. you may volunteer and let your friend / spouse / mate can compete gratis.
Or you can come back the next week and race for free yourself!
To volunteer for the Mt Tabor Series:
- Create an account on this website. Follow the link titled "Create an Account" in the lower corner. Your login information will never be sold or given away!
- A site password will be emailed to you.
- Login to this website using your chosen username and password. You may change your password, see "My account".
- Locate the race, position and/or time slot you wish to sign up for, and check the box “Sign up for this event”.
- Choose "Submit" at the bottom of the page.
That's it! You should receive an email confirmation. A reminder email will be sent to you 24-hours beforehand.
If your schedule changes, come back to this site, login and un-check your name next to the race, position and/or time slot you originally signed up for.
NOTE: If you do not see an option to "volunteer needed" then there are no open volunteer positions. Sorry, volunteering is first come, first served.
There are several volunteer needs.
Course Setup (4:30-6:00)
Duties include setting up the registration area, placing cones and OBRA’s “Bicycle Race Ahead” signs throughout the course, unrolling caution tape and sweeping.
Course Marshal (3 shifts: 5:45-6:45, 6:45-7:45 and 7:45-8:45)
There are several positions out on the course for course marshals. Course marshals generally serve in the following key areas:
- Near the playground—please watch for children.
- At the top of the hill near the right-hand hairpin turn—please watch for skateboarders coming down from the summit.
- At the bottom of the hill (2 people)—there are multiple dog and trail crossings.
- Near the pump house along the flat straight—runners and stair climbers come up from the lower fields.
- At the base of the climb.
Course marshal time slots are generally broken down into three shifts, times are approximate, often +/- 15 minutes.
Course Teardown (8:15-9:00)
Duties include breaking down the registration area, collecting all cones and signs and loading the OBRA truck. Teardown generally begins during the final laps of the Senior Men race but Senior Men are allowed to do teardown but please be prompt after your race.
Please check in with Kevin or Clark at registration on the day of the event to receive your specific assignment.