Non-Riding Volunteer Positions
"...the friendly staff was an added bonus. Overall [the tour] was well-organized and the staff was friendly," Glen G. Shawano, Wisconsin
If you are interested in volunteering for any of these positions, you must be pre-approved by our staff to register for the tour. Please contact us at email@example.com.
SAG Volunteers use their own personal vehicle to support the tour participants. They staff water stops, give encouragement to riders, and relay information. Volunteers must have a dependable vehicle with space to carry several riders and bikes and room to carry water containers. Receive free meal plan, t-shirt, and gas reimbursement. Weeklong volunteers also receive free tent service.
HAM Volunteers are licensed amateur radio operators who work with the SAG Volunteers. HAMs use their own personal vehicle and supply their own amateur radio equipment to support tour participants. They are the communication link between riders, volunteers and staff. Receive free meal plan, t-shirt, and gas reimbursement. Weeklong volunteers also receive free tent service.
HAM Volunteer info
Non-Riding HAM volunteer info
"Road markers were clear and well-placed. Impressive level of organization amongst those sagging, working rest stops and ham operators. Staff was friendly and professional. [About the mechanical support]: Let’s just say I wish I had them in my hometown!," Cynthia N. Rochester, Minnesota