Volunteer for the 2018 Heritage Explorer Bike Tour! 
Be part of the enthusiastic team that welcomes bicycle riders of all ages to the Heritage Explorer Bike Tour! The event depends on more than 100 volunteers to make the day run smoothly. Most volunteer assignments do not involve cycling. Bike Tour volunteers help with registration, prepare the trail for the big day, set up the Bike Tour Information Station and all of the Station Stops, serve snacks and beverages at the Station Stops during the Tour, direct traffic on the course, direct traffic at Blakely Borough Recreational Complex, or serve on set-up and clean-up crews. However, if you want to ride your bike during the Bike Tour, you may qualify to be a bike marshal.
Bike Tour Set up/Tear Down
Course Marking
Station Stops
Who Can Volunteer
Bike Tour volunteers must be 14 years or older by September 1, 2016. All volunteers between the ages of 14 and 18 must be accompanied by a supervisory adult, such as a parent or Scout leader. Groups of family members, friends, and co-workers, as well as service organizations (including Scout troops, Rotary groups, and youth groups) are welcome to help out the Bike Tour. Volunteering is a lot of fun! You’ll be an important part of the region’s most popular non-competitive bike ride. All volunteers will receive a free official Bike Tour T-shirt.
More Information 
Want to learn more? Contact April Rogato, Executive Assistant at 570.963.6730 extension 8200 or arogato@lhva.org.