Volunteers are the backbone of Ride Weekend — bringing the energy, hard work, and dedication that makes BellRinger an unforgettable experience. Sign up, bring a friend, and join a community of people dedicated to ending cancer.
Be the first smiling face Riders see as they pick up their credentials and prepare for the Ride the following morning.
Ride Day: Rest Stops
With eight rest stops along the course, volunteers will direct Riders, provide snacks and refreshments, and send them off in style to tackle the rest of their Ride.
Ride Day: Finish Lines
From setting up or tearing down finish lines, cheering on Riders as they cross the finish, or ensuring their legs recover from all that riding — Finish Line volunteers are packed with energy and excitement.
Take part in capturing tangible memories that our community can look back on forever. Please note, this activity is specifically for photographers who are able to provide their own camera and necessary equipment.
Medical volunteers provide non-emergent medical suppor during the course of BellRinger Weekend. All medical volunteers must have baseline training and will be approved to participate by BellRinger’s Academic Health System Partner, MedStar Health.
Support and gear (SAG) Drivers are stationed along the route ready to assist Riders in the case of any mechanical issues during the Ride. Mechanical Volunteers stationed in SAG’s must have a valid drivers license.