Volunteer at the Courage Classic

Join the Courage Classic community for an unforgettable weekend benefiting Children's Colorado patients and families.

Join us for tour weekend

There are many ways to support the Courage Classic as a volunteer. Whether you welcome riders at registration, work an aid station, or provide encouragement and more cowbell as an on-course marshal, YOU make a difference.

Most positions require a commitment for the full tour. We also have one-day opportunities including on-course marshals and registration crew.

Volunteer positions fill up on a first-come, first-served basis. We will place you based on your qualifications and required experience.


Multi-day positions include lodging. If you are assigned to a multi-day position, we will reach out with information to book your lodging for the weekend. One-day positions do not include lodging, but we have an option for you to reserve your own room at a discounted rate.

Fundraise for kids

Fundraising is a great way to make a difference for Children’s Colorado patients and families. It’s also an easy way for your friends and family to make a donation on your behalf to support the amazing work you do.

While our volunteers are not required to fundraise, they are more than welcome to! Once you apply to be a volunteer, you will be prompted to log in to the Participant Center to start fundraising! Here are helpful tips to get started. We also encourage you to join the Courage Classic Facebook group to connect with other supporters, share fundraising tips and ideas, and fuel the Courage Classic spirit!

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Join the Courage Classic community for a weekend benefiting Children’s Colorado patients and families.

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Volunteer job opportunities

Description: Facilitate event communications

Need: July 15-16, various locations

Qualifications: Must possess ham radio and have a current license. Volunteers will be screened and approved by the Ham Radio Controller. Must provide own transportation to and during the event.

Description: Provide quick and efficient treatment for rider medical needs

Need: July 15-16, various aid station locations

Qualifications: Specialized medical skills required. Volunteers will be screened and approved by the Medical Supervisor.

Description: Assist with rider check-in. Hand out rider materials such as wrist bands, t-shirts, jerseys, etc.

Need: July 14

Qualifications: Must be organized, industrious and quick-thinking. Excellent customer service skills required.

Description: Assist riders with directions and crossing intersections while attending to their safety

Need: July 15-16, various locations

Qualifications: Must be able to direct riders to medical locations, aid stations and bike repair stations. Must be prepared with folding chair, water, extra clothes, sunscreen, snacks, etc. and provide own transportation to and during the event. Additionally, must be energetic and fun cheerleader for riders. Costumes encouraged, but not required!

Description: Assist Sag Wagon driver while shuttling between aid stations, transport riders who are having technical problems, fatigue, etc., and load and unload bicycles.

Need: Meet Sag team at 5-6 p.m. Friday, July 14. Work event Saturday, July 15 and Sunday, July 16. Various locations on route.

Qualifications: Ability to assist with heavy repetitive lifting. Be prepared for long shifts (approximately 8-10 hours).

Description: Group Opportunity! Set up tents, tables, and hand out food and water to cyclists at a rest stop on route.

Need: July 15-16

Qualifications: Must be energetic and fun cheerleader for riders. Costumes encouraged, but not required! Volunteers under 18 may volunteer at some aid stations.

Description: Assist Signage Supervisors with placement of route signage on the path and road through the route. Place and retrieve course signage daily. Serve as official course closure and final sweep behind last riders.

Need: July 14-16, Copper Mountain, and various locations on route

Qualifications: Must have access to a bike and ability to transport bike to event.  Manual labor required and hours change daily.  Supervisors will help familiarize crew with the course and sign locations. Crew members placing path signage will be required to ride course to place signage, we do our best to sign downhill as much as possible.

We love our volunteers!


Dedicated Volunteers Support Courage Classic Since the Beginning

“Knowing that we are all supporting Children’s Colorado and being able to see the success of people coming off the mountain and their dedication is truly inspirational to see.”

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