Tour De Cure 2016 Road Warriors (Ride Marshals)

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Tour De Cure 2016 Road Warriors (Ride Marshals) says
The Tour de Cure San Diego is having their 25th Anniversary Ride on April 9th and I am putting together a Ride Marshal Team called The Road Warriors.

Registration is free and there is no required fundraising however I am encouraging all of you to raise anything you can as it goes to a great cause.

Route Distances: 1, 15, 29, 62, 100 Miles

We need 20 for the 100, 20 for the 62, 15 for the 29 and 10 for the 15. Please let me know which one you are signing up for.

What is a Ride Marshall?

JOB SUMMARY: Route Marshals are experienced volunteer cyclists who ride the route to assist in guiding the participants through the event safely. Marshals play a vital role in ensuring a safe and fun event for everyone by reminding riders to observe the rules of the road. When they witness unsafe riding behavior they ride alongside the person to ask them to stop what they are doing and follow Tour rules. If a participant is riding without a helmet or riding in a manner that is dangerous to other participants the Marshal should report them to Net Control.

Marshals are identified by an ADA Route Marshal bib provided by the event.

TIME COMMITMENT: 8 hours plus any pre-training

Riding an assigned route or portion of a route.
Monitoring the start and flow of riders as assigned.
Helping to enforce the rules of the road by approaching riders if they are:
Riding with headphones
Not stopping at stop signs or traffic signals
Riding several people abreast rather than single or double file
Passing on the right, not calling out when they pass
Riding too close behind other riders, or changing positions unpredictably
Racing on the route (i.e. riding too fast in a manner that endangers other riders)
Impeding the path of riders on the route rather than pulling off the road.
Reporting the rider number to Net Control if riders are unresponsive to reminders
Reporting the rider number to Net Control if a participant is riding without a helmet so that SAG can be dispatched to pick up the rider.
Assisting with traffic control at particular areas of the route if needed.
Getting mechanical or medical assistance for cyclists.
Assisting with minor incidents until SAG arrives.
Reporting any route issues (detour, debris, missing signage, etc.) to Net Control.

The Tour de Cure Cyclist Guide and Route Marshal Manual
Information on diabetes and what to do if a participant suffers diabetes-related issues on the route
Volunteer Orientation on event morning.
Route Marshal bib for use during the event
Job Description and Tour –specific orientation with the event Logistics Chair
Free registration for Tour de Cure and no minimum fundraising requirement.
Free lunch after the ride.

If this sounds you then please accept the invitation and I will send you over your registration code.

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By: Friends of Performance Bicyles San Diego