Advance Route Marking: This 4 person team is a great option for 2 or more friends to be on the same Roadie team together! Veteran Roadies describe Advance Route Marking as an intimate road trip down the coast. The Advance Route Marking team travels the route one day before the cyclists to route mark the next day’s route and camps with the Advance Setup teams. Attention to detail is key, as the Cyclists rely on these route markings to find their way along the road. Must be able to lift 30lbs. and be able to get in and out of a vehicle many times a day.
Advance Set-Up A & B:
Advance Set-Up teams work closely with staff to set-up each camp and “create” our mobile city as we move down the coast. Advance Set-Up A and B take turns arriving in camp one day in advance of the cyclists’ arrival; then stay in each camp two nights with the second evening being when the rest of the participants arrive:
Advance Set-Up A sets up camps 1, 3, and 5; while Advance Set-Up B sets up camps 2, 4, and 6.
Advance Set-Up Roadies enjoy a behind the scenes view of the ride, as they see campsites in different stages of transition during setup of the sleeping tent grid, dining area tables and chairs and service tents.
Advance Set-Up A must be available to leave Saturday, June 3rd, 2023.
Have some questions? Email a member of our Roadie Coordinator team and we’ll get you up to speed!
- Wendy Hiller, Northern California Roadie Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fey Harmon, Southern California Roadie Coordinator: email@example.com
Once registered, you’ll be connected with a Roadie Coordinator who will work with you to place you on a Roadie team.
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