Cycling enthusiasts wanted to help out at London Skyride (with free T-shirt and lunch)
- By London Cycling Campaign on at 11:24am 19 August 2011
- Posted in: News and blogs
- Tagged with: marshal, volunteering, guided rides, skyride, t-shirt
On Sunday 4 September 2011, the London Skyride sees several miles of city centre streets closed to motor vehicles, and tens of thousands of people on bikes, skates and on foot enjoying the carnival atmosphere.
We're looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help out on the day, either helping us on our stall or helping to guide rides from the suburbs to the city centre and back again.
Helping out on the stall
If you can spare a few of hours on the day to work on our stall, it's a great way to help promote cycling in London, as well as meeting other cyclists.
Our stall is on the Mall, in the thick of the action, and we'll make sure you get a free T-shirt, free lunch and have somewhere to lock your bike.
If you're interested, please email email@example.com or call 020 7234 9310.
Helping on the guided rides
This year, we're running 54 guided rides to Skyride on the morning of Sunday 4 September 2011.
If you're a confident cyclist and good with people, then you might be able to help our ride leaders guide groups of inexperienced cyclists to central London, and back to their local area.
Ride marshals have access to a VIP area, which includes free food and drink, as well as a relaxing area to rest.
You can register as a marshal here.
When registering please tick as many rides as you can, so we have some flexibility assigning marshals depending on demand.
If you have any questions or problems registering, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.