Marshalls Required for Cycling Events

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Ramblers Cycling Club

Ramblers Cycling Club, one of the oldest in the country and dates back to 1890.
Races Saturday's 2pm until about 3.30-4pm on back roads close to Hastings/Havelock or Napier. Usually, about 80 riders racing in about 8 grades. The role is to manage traffic for riders, who need to be stopped for car traffic or waved through. Instructions will be provided and there is a pre-race meeting that starts about 1.45pm. Once you are relieved of your marshall duty, you might head back to the sign-on area for mingling, or go to the finish line to cheer on and see the sprint battles to the line.
There are always biscuits and tea afterwards with all the finishers for volunteers to chat with, listen to the race battle stories and the races are on our website
about 40 Saturdays per year are raced. The time required is from 1.30pm to 4.30pm .
Ramblers Cycling Club who races most Saturday's at 2pm - about 40 races per year. Less in winter, and not racing on some competition weekends.
For every race on a Saturday, there are between 1 and 4 marshalls required, who basically look after a corner or intersection.
Racing resumes at Covid level 2 and then it would be this Saturday, weekly, except for Labour weekend.


Someone interested in sports particularly cycling and becoming one of a team. Perfect for any racing enthusiast or students wanting regular volunteer activity (3 hours each Saturday) Can be rostered.

Time commitment:

Each Saturday 1.30pm - 4.30pm

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