Cycle Ride Assistant

  • VO61883


Description

As a volunteer you will be part of a Stirling Cycle Hub led ride and help out as part of the ride.
You will be assisting us by checking all participants are enjoying the ride and are able to keep up with the group pace. Generally, being around and help to create a positive, supportive and most of all friendly atmosphere.
As a valued volunteer you will be part of the cycle hub team who will make it possible to deliver great bike rides for the local community.
Just get in touch with us if you are:
• enthusiastic and passionate about cycling in general
• interested in cycling in the Forth Valley area
• looking to meet new, similarly minded people
• wanting to spread the word about a cycling and why it’s great
• wanting something great for your CV
• keen on being outdoors

Organisation aims and objectives

At Stirling Cycle Hub we encourage and support people to get on their bikes! We are passionate about cycling in all its forms and about the benefits it has both for the individual and for the community. We work within the following visions and aims to improve and increase cycling in Stirling and throughout Stirlingshire.

Availability

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We would like to see volunteers assist with at least two – three rides during the cycle season (Feb-Oct) or more if feasible.

Restrictions

Experience required: • Ability to cycle with confidence • Friendly communicator • Have an inclusive and motivating attitude towards people of different cycle abilities • Experience of participating in organised group rides is desirable, but not necessary • Knowledge of the Stirling area is desirable, but not necessary • Knowledge of the Highway code will be a plus
Travel details: Stirling and surrounding areas. The bike rides usually start from Stirling Train Station.
Minimum age: 16

Support

Expenses paid: Yes
Taster available: Yes
Taster details: Volunteers are welcome to join rides and get a better understanding of the volunteer opportunity.
Training details: • Information/Training Sessions (Learn about local National Cycle Network etc.) • Meet & Greet: Get to know the Stirling Cycle Hub team and other volunteers • A bike ride with one of the hub team members • Free Cycle Ride Leader Training (by Cycling Scotland)
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet

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