The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is a collective of passionate individuals, moving together to create a world free of MS. The success of Bike MS depends on volunteers like you! Each volunteer’s contribution, large or small, is critical to the success of the event. Volunteers provide key support to Bike MS all year, from serving on planning committees, calling past participants to providing safety for our riders and overall support at the event. Volunteers are the helping hands that make the event possible! When you join the Bike MS Volunteer Team, you become a part of Bike MS. Together we will provide support, raise money, have fun, and make a difference in the lives of people living with MS.
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Thank you for your interest in participating as a volunteer! Click a ride below to sign up to volunteer.
Bike MS: Nebraska Ride September 6 & 7, 2014
Start/Overnight/Finish: Bellevue University, 1000 Galvin Road South, Bellevue, Nebraska 68005
Bike MS: Ozarks Ride September 6 & 7, 2014
Start/Finish: Clever High School, 6800 State HWY 14 W., Clever, MO 65631
Overnight: East Middle School, 4594 E 20th St, Joplin, MO 64801
Bike MS: Wichita Ride September 6 & 7, 2014
Start/Overnight/Finish: Liberty Middle School, 300 S. Luka St, Pratt, KS 67124
Bike MS: Kansas City Ride September 13 & 14, 2014
Start/Finish: Garmin Headquarters, 1200 E. 151st Street, Olathe, KS 66062
Overnight: South Park, 1141 Massachusetts St., Lawrence, KS 66044
Thank you for your interest in participating as a volunteer. There are many volunteer opportunities at Bike MS; families, corporate groups and individuals are encouraged and welcome to participate. Some volunteer positions require a criminal and/or DMV background check. Below are some examples of Bike MS volunteer opportunities.
Amateur Radio/HAM Operators
Provide communications during the ride.
Leadership role overseeing the processes and volunteers for a particular area (i.e., bike compound, hydration, luggage area).
Check in/check out bikes, organizing them by rider numbers and carefully storing them in a secured area. Moderate lifting is required.
Set up, take down and man breakpoints and lunch stops.
Site Set Up & Tear Down
Load and unload supplies and equipment, set up and take down fencing, banners, scaffolding and bike racks. Moderate to heavy lifting may be required.
Serve tasty food to hungry cyclists.
Stock and serve water, soda and sports drinks to participants.
This team of certified medical professionals (EMTs, paramedics and nurses) administers first aid at rest stops, lunch stops and main sites.
Patrol the route, assist with Tour control, check well-being of riders, and respond to emergencies and traffic situations.
Distribute rider packets, T-shirts and goodie bags to participants at Packet Pick-Ups and Expo.
Help to plan and organize the Bike MS event.
Cyclists monitor route and give guidance on rider safety, etiquette and emergencies.
Drive Support and Gear (SAG) vans. Moderate lifting may be required.
Oversee the Start Line, Overnight or Finish Line (maintain site, troubleshoot, and assist staff).
Supply Truck & Van Drivers
Drive, load and unload trucks and vans carrying supplies, ice and refrigerated items. Moderate to heavy lifting may be required. Drivers with commercial licenses preferred.
Organize supplies, assist with inventory and load trucks the week prior to the event. Moderate to heavy lifting required.
Volunteers can raise funds too! Bike MS volunteers have access to a variety of great fundraising tools. When you register online, you may access your Participant Center where you can set a fundraising goal, update your personal page to share your story with others, e-mail supporters, track your progress and qualify for great fundraising prizes!
If you would like more information about fundraising or volunteering at the Bike MS, please contact us at 1-800-344-4867 or firstname.lastname@example.org.