Help our youth grow with cycling a part of their childhood, volunteer at one of the Minnesota High School Cycling League events this fall. The Minnesota League is a volunteer-based organization and can always use more help!
Why volunteer? The MN High School Cycling League is a volunteer-based organization and can always use more help!
Without volunteers the League cannot hold the races for the kids. For each of the following races, they need about 130-160 people for each. They value all those who give of their time and energy to help the participating student-athletes succeed.
2018 Minnesota High School Race schedule needs your help:
Race 1 – Aug 25 Austin Spam Trail
Race 2 – Sep 9 – Lake Rebecca
Race 3 – Sep 16 – Game Haven
Race 4 – Sep 30 – Detroit Mountain
Race 5 – Oct 7 – Welch Village
Race 6 – Oct 14 – Spirit Mountain
Race 7 – Oct 27/28 – Mt Kato (State Championship)
What you can do as a volunteer to help!
As part of the Race Day Crew, help out with scoring, hand out water, course marshal on the race course, be a crossing guard or choose the popular “sweep” position. All of these positions are important!
Meet the racers parents, members of the H.S League staff, and have fun at the same time.
If you have a family member racing, volunteer to help when they are not racing. Be a part of the excitement and still be able to watch someone you know race!
Tip: As a course marshal or a crossing guard, you are able to get right on the race course where there is exceptional viewing of the course!
SIGN UP TODAY!
Learn about the needed race day volunteer positions and how to register on the Leagues online registration site called Sign Up!
About the Minnesota High School Cycling League
The Minnesota High School Cycling League was organized in 2012 to provide competitive mountain biking programs for students in grades 9 to 12. With the cooperation of local race organizers, their partners, and their sponsors they are able to provide a high quality mountain racing experience. They believe that mountain biking is the ‘T-Ball’ of cycling and several League alumni athletes are now racing on professional teams at events like the Tour of California and the Sea Otter Classic. Due to the rapid growth and participation, the MN League has expanded to now allow middle school aged students to race. Minnesota High School Cycling League