The Subaru Cup would not be possible without the amazing support of volunteers. Right now, only 8 people are signed up to help at the Subaru Cup and less than half are available to help on Saturday. We really need your help. Update: Wednesday June 22 - from zero volunteers last week to HERO volunteers today! We have reached our volunteer goal quicker than ever before - thank you to the amazing folks who have offered their time for the Subaru Cup weekend. Volunteer positions have been filled, and we'll be removing the registration link. Last year, dozens of selfless volunteers helped to course marshal, pull tags in the finish chute, present awards, and guide spectators and arriving visitors. In other words, they helped to make the Subaru Cup one of the best events in the nation, not just for visiting Pro racers but for every racer and every spectator. We did the Midwest proud, and it would not have been possible without them. We need your help. If you can help for a couple hours, please let us know. Most assignments can be done in shifts. So, you can volunteer for part of the day or even just a couple of hours and still have plenty of time to cheer on your favorite racer, compete in one or more of the races, and still have time to enjoy the Subaru Cup as a whole. Most positions include free food, a volunteer t-shirt, and entry into a drawing for a $700 Trek utility, urban, or commuter bike. Volunteers are needed for the following positions: course marshals, timing finish chute help, start personnel, parking attendants, set up and running of the kids’ race, awards presentations and event tear down & clean up. Please lend your hand and show the world why mountain biking in the Midwest is all that. We are especially in need of volunteers on Saturday! Remember, you can be a course marshal and still have a great view of the racing action! FACT: Volunteering will improve your race karma :) Please use the form at
this link to sign up.
• Positions will be done in shifts, so it is not necessary to commit to the full time
listed for each. Just specify what hours you will be available to work within the hours needed.
• Effective volunteers will be assertive and proactive, but always courteous and helpful.