We couldn't do it without you
Thank you for your interest in connecting with others as a volunteer at Bike MS. The success of Bike MS is directly related to the wonderful volunteers who help make the event a great experience. We welcome volunteers with a wide range of skills, talents, abilities and interests. Families, corporate groups, and individuals are welcome to participate.
Your donation of time is greatly appreciated and needed to create successful events. From pre-event planning to day-of implementation, it takes thousands of volunteers to make Bike MS successful.
The only requirement we have of you is a sincere desire to help us end MS forever.
Click your Bike MS location to sign up to volunteer today!
May 10, 2014
June 6-8, 2014
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July 13-18, 2014
|North Dakota - Bike MS: Sanford Health Ride the Wind||
July 26, 2013
|South Dakota - Bike MS: Sanford Health Pedal the Plains||
Aug. 2, 2013
Below are some examples of
Truck drivers *
Assist in loading and unloading supply trucks. Drive trucks throughout designated points along the route to provide supplies. Valid driver’s license and current vehicle insurance are required as well as the ability to lift 50 pounds and familiarity with and ability to drive a 26 foot straight truck.
Intersection safety *
Assist riders safely through intersections. Must be able to spend long periods of time outside.
Route marking *
Mark route with directional signage. Valid driver’s license and current vehicle insurance are required as well as the ability to lift 30 pounds.
First aid *
Provide minor medical assistance and evaluation of minor injuries, recognize major injuries and facilitate arrival of advanced medical attention. Provide proof of certification and/or specialized degree.
Parking assistants *
Help direct incoming participants towards appropriate parking areas.
Loading and unloading *
Help load and/or unload participants luggage and bikes.
Money counters *
Help count money that is brought in on the day of the events at the MS Society Office.
Enforce the rules of the road, maintain safety on the route, help with minor bike repairs and first aid emergencies as your ability allows. Volunteers must have basic first aid and CPR certifications and a general knowledge of bike maintenance.
Patrol the route and ensure safety of and for participants. Valid driver’s license and current vehicle insurance are required as well as first aid certification.
Ham radio operators *
Help provide communication support along the route of the ride.
Support and gear driver
Continuously patrol assigned route and provide transportation and assistance to participants. Valid driver’s license and current vehicle insurance are required as well as first aid certification.
Set-up/tear down *
Help set-up or tear down at start/finish and overnight sites. Some lifting may be necessary.
Food services *
Help serve breakfast, lunch, or dinner to participants and volunteers. Volunteers must be able to lift 30 pounds.
Assist in unloading supplies from trucks, help set up rest stop and serve food and drinks to participants as needed. Some lifting is necessary, as well as the ability to remain outside for four or more hours.
Take digital photographs along the route. Proper equipment and applicable photography experience are required.
Assist in setting up registration area and check in participants. Some lifting may be necessary.
Provide massages to participants.
* = greatest need
If you would like more information about fundraising or volunteering at Bike MS, please contact us at 800-582-5296 (option 2).