Volunteer Info

Show your Bike Party love by volunteering!  Since we at Baltimore Bike Party are volunteers ourselves, and we aren’t profiting from the rides or after-parties, we depend on volunteers to make the ride possible.

Each time our wheels hit the road, we need volunteers to help guide everyone safely! For our summer rides, we have over 50 volunteer positions for riders and non-riders alike during and after the ride.  Shifts are easy so you can still enjoy your party AND as a volunteer you get extra perks like free drink tickets!

Below are the roles that we have for this month’s ride. If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out the form below and we will reply with more detailed instructions.   Thanks in advance!

Ride Volunteers (6:30pm-end of ride):
Ride Guides – Attend the preride on 3/27 to preview the route, and help guide the party at a slow pace

  1.  Brian S.

Sweep Team – Ride with the team at the end of the ride to ensure everyone makes it through the route safely

1.  Stephen T.
2.  Samuel F. (medical)
3.  Cole S.
4.

After-party Volunteers:

Shift #1 (Arrival-10:00pm)
Ticket Sellers – sell beer tickets at a table near the beer truck

  1.  Maggie R.
  2.  Ryan H.

Beer Pourers – Help the Peabody Heights crew pour beer to party-goers with beer tickets

  1.  Adrienne J
  2.  Karen R.

Shift #2 (10:00-11:00pm)
Ticket Sellers – sell beer tickets at a table near the beer truck

Beer Pourers – Help the Peabody Heights crew pour beer to party-goers with beer tickets

  1. Tronster H.
  2. Caroline A.

Saturday Morning Cleanup (9am-11am)clean up St. Mary’s Park, mid-stop, and after-party location
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*More details for the medical volunteer: We typically don’t administer first aid for every scraped knee or boo boo.  Our greater concern is having a qualified person who can triage the situation in the event of a significant injury.  Being able to identify concussions, broken ribs, etc., and tell the injured party “I’m a Doctor/Nurse/EMT; you need to go to the hospital.”  In the event of a serious injury that required an ambulance called, you and a member of the sweep team would keep the injured party company; but this is not a common occurrence.

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