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Be a Guide

Across all our events the Ultra Challenge Series, the Ride 24 Hr Series, our international trips and our bespoke events we are looking for guides to ensure the event runs smoothly. For those of you who are not sure what a guide is let me explain ......

 Trek Master - For our Ultra Challenges

A Trek Master is an experienced 100km veteran (such as yourself) who is there to encourage, support and lead groups of participants taking part in the 100km challenge.

You will be:

  • Stationed throughout the challenge at rest stops ready to lead groups of participants out onto the next stage.
  • Providing support for those less experienced with the 100km challenge.
  • Ensuring that everyone is happy , safe and well looked after along the course

Your role is vital to:

  • Provide supportand reassurance to individuals who are taking part on the challenge by themselves, perhaps for the first time.
  • Provide safety for any individuals who may not want  to walk alone at night.
  • Encourage the commaraderie and social aspect of taking on a 100km challenge.
  • Impart your wisdom to far less experienced challengers.
  • Provide  that bit of support that can make the difference  between a participant giving up on the challenge or making it to the finish line.

What do I need to be a Trek Master?

  • Be an experienced and confident 100km walker
  • Be sociable and good with people.
  • Know how to encourage those around you to get the best out of them.
  • Be calm under pressure
  • Be ready to walk another 50+km 

cycling

Cycle Guide - Ride 24 Hr Series and Ultracycles

A Cycle Guide is an experienced cyclist who has cycled through the night, through urban areas, in all weather and can contain a consistant pace.

What is  cycle Guide?

  • Spread throughout the Peleton riding amongst riders.
  • Showing support to those who are less experienced cycling out on the road or at night.
  • Ensuring that everyone is happy, safe and well looked after along the course.

 

How do Cycle Guides serve a vital role on the challenge?

  • Providing support and reassurance to individuals  who are taking part on the challenge by themselves, perhaps for the first time.
  • Provide satefy for those who do not want to cycle alone through urban areas or at night.
  • Encourage commaraderie and the social aspect of taking on the 100km challenge.
  • Imparting thier wisdom to far less experienced challengers.
  • Providing that bit of support that can make the difference between a participant giving up on the challenge or making it to the finish line.

What do I need to become a Cycle Guide?

  • Be a experienced and confident 300 mile cyclist
  • Be sociable and good with people
  • Know how to encourage thouse around you to get the best out of them
  • Be calm under pressure
  • Have the experience of riding at night and in Urban Areas.

If you are looking to tke on either of these roles we will need to ensure that you have the experience required. Once we have recieved your application we will contact you to arrange a time that we can meet you.

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