Volunteer to Help with the Spaghetti 100

It takes more than 65 volunteers to make Spaghetti 100 a success.  We need help in all aspects of the ride, from route marking, packet pickup, rest stops, sag support and more.  If you can’t ride, support Capital City Cyclists by volunteering.

Volunteers don’t just do the work ~ they make it work.


Register to Volunteer at the 2017 Spaghetti 100

Simple choose a volunteer position from the list below and register at the Spaghetti 100 regular registration page

There are many available positions, some of which allow you to still ride the Spaghetti:

Fri Packet Pick Up – Volunteer and still ride! 6 volunteers to work Friday November 6th. Help distribute ride packet to rides and accept in person registrations

Sat Packet Pick Up – Volunteer and Still Ride! – 4 Volunteers to work Saturday Nov 7th 6 am to 8:30 am. Help distribute ride packet to rides and accept in person registrations

Parking Marshals – Volunteer and still ride! 10 volunteers to work Sat Nov 7th 6 am to 8 am. Super important position.  We have several parking area and need many volunteers to help direct traffic and organize parking.  If you want to volunteer as a parking volunteer and still ride please be away that you may be starting your ride late – after 8 am.

Rest Stop Volunteers – 30 Volunteers to work various rest stops along the route. Early stops work in the Morning, later stops work in the afternoon. Most Rest Stop supplies are delivered by our supply truck, volunteers only need to show up to rest stop location.  The exception is The Dirt Rest Stop on New Hope Road and the Quitman Rest Stop on the Century route.  Volunteers at those rest stops must pick up their rest stop supplies prior to the event.

Rest Stops:

Breakfast – 3 volunteers – 6 am to 8 am. At the Community Center. Assist Food Coordinator with set up of breakfast and making coffee.

Metcalf – 4 volunteer total – 2 volunteers 8 am to 11 am, 2 volunteers 11 am to 2 pm.  First Stop for Paved and Dirt Riders. Also the last stop for short route riders on their return back to the finish. Supplies delivered and picked up by our supply truck

Thomasville – 4 volunteers – 8:30 am to 11:30 am. Second Stop of the day for Paved and Dirt Riders.  Turn Around point for 35 mile paved and 40 mile dirt route. Supplies delivered and picked up by our supply truck. We also need a vehicle at this stop that can carry riders back to the start (for young kids who are doing the free kids ride).

Boston – 8 Volunteers. 9:30 am to 2 pm. The Lunch Stop, our biggest and busiest stop. Located in downtown Historic Boston, GA. Supplies delivered and picked up by our supply truck

Quitman – 2 volunteers. 10:40 am – 2 pm. Paved Century Rest Stop only.  Furthest rest stop on the route. Supplies must be pick up from our food coordiantor before the event.

Mt Olive Church – 2 Volunteers. 11 am to 3 pm. Supplies delivered and picked up by our supply truck

TS Green Coke Stop –  2 volunteers – 10 am to 3 pm.  cold cokes and snacks – a favorite every year! Supplies delivered and picked up by our supply truck

New Hope Rd – 2 volunteers.  Dirt only rest stop and the best place to watch the dirt riders. Volunteers must pick up supplies from Food Coordinator before the event.

Finish Line Food – 3 volunteers – 10 am to 3 pm.  Assist Food Coodinator with food prep for the spaghetti dinner.

Rest Stop Map.

 Note the Quitman and New Hope Rest Stops are not supplied by our rest stop truck so they are not on the red lined route, but they are on the map.

 

Road SAG –  7:30 am to 5 pm – 4 volunteers to drive the route and provide support to riders.  Must have a vehicle that can carry at least two bikes and 3 people.  SAG Drivers should also carry a pump, water and snacks for riders and a multi tool.  Fuel can be reimbursed upon request if you provide receipts.

Road Sweep – 7:30 am to 5 pm . 1 Volunteer to drive the paved route as sweep vehicle and pick up route signs. Also acts as a SAG Driver.

Dirt SAG – 7:30 am to 3 pm – 4 volunteers –  Must have a vehicle that can drive on clay roads when roads are wet.  Must have a vehicle that can carry at least two bikes and 3 people.  SAG Drivers should also carry a pump, water and snacks for riders and a multi tool.  Fuel can be reimbursed upon request if you provide receipts.

Dirt Sweep – 7:30 am to 3 pm – 1 Volunteer to drive the dirt route as sweep vehicle and pick up route signs.  Also acts as a SAG Driver

Dirt Route Signage – Prior to event – 2 volunteers to Mark dirt route and place signs 1 week before the event.  Free Registration if you want to also ride.

Paved Route Marking – Prior to Event 2 Volunteers to Mark paved route with road paint 2 weeks before the event.  Free Registration if you want to also ride.

Day of Route Signage – 6 am to 9 am- 2 volunteers to drive the route ahead of all riders, confirm road markings and place additional signage.