Volunteers - We need you!

We need individuals who are willing to step up and take on the various roles required to create a successful, pleasurable, and memorable ride, Please review the roles below and send an e-mail per the instructions for any role in which you are interested.

PARKING ATTENDANTS

8 people are needed.

Responsibilities: Arrive at Texas Pride by 5:30AM on September 29th. Please bring your own flashlight. Safety vests will be provided. Attendants will help guide rider vehicles to the parking area and show them where to park. Attendants will be done by 8AM, but may be asked to assist in other duties.

For more information email wheelmen100@sawheelmen.com.

If you are ready to volunteer, please submit your contact information.

 

REGISTRATION

8 people are needed.

Responsibilities: Arrive at Texas Pride by 5:30AM on September 29th. Two people will help direct riders to the correct tables according to Pre-Registration or On-Site Registration. Three people at Pre-Reg will check names off a list and hand out maps and giveaways. Three people at On-Site will help people complete registration forms, collect money, and handout maps & giveaways. Registration will be completed by 8AM, but you may be asked to assist in other duties.

For more information email wheelmen100@sawheelmen.com.

If you are ready to volunteer, please submit your contact information.

 

ROUTE MARKING

4 people are needed.

Responsibilities: Drive an assigned portion of the routes and mark turns with Mylar arrows on the road. Put other signs on the route as required (Rest Stop ahead, Slow, Steep Hill, etc.). Maps showing the route with warning areas and rest stops will be provided. This task will be performed on the day before the event, Friday, September 28th.

For more information email wheelmen100@sawheelmen.com.

If you are ready to volunteer, please submit your contact information.

 

SAG DRIVERS

7 people are needed.

Responsibilities: 

  • Go to the “Command Post” at Texas Pride to pick up your SAG materials by7 AM on ride day.
  • Drive to your designated start point then slowly drive the route watching for riders who might need assistance.
  • Stop to help riders with mechanical problems, injury or those not feeling well.
  • Transport riders who cannot continue the ride to the next rest stop.
  • Fill out the Safety Log form for any injured rider and return the form to the Command Post when your driving tour is over.
  • Check in with each Rest Stop on your route on every circuit you make.
  • If severe weather develops, check with the Command Post to see if the course is being closed.
  • Make a final sweep of the route to make sure all riders have completed the ride segment you are patrolling and notify the Command Post and the Rest Stops on your route that the route is clear. Retrieve all road signs on the route.
  • Return to the Command Post to turn in your SAG materials, SAG kit, and road signs.

For more information email wheelmen100@sawheelmen.com.

If you are ready to volunteer, please submit your contact information.