The World Cup only happens thanks to the dedication and enthusiasm of the World Cup Crew – the volunteers who congregate in Fort William every year to deliver the best mountain bike event on the planet. There are a range of roles – from keeping the site tidy to marshalling, from checking VIP access to being a Doping chaperone. Every single crew member plays a vital part in the overall success of the event.

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Any questions, drop us an email at info@raremanagement.co.uk.

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Here’s what joining the crew requires:

  • You must be at least 16 years old (sorry we can’t recruit anybody under the age of 16, no exceptions)
  • You must be at least 18 years old to be a course marshal
  • You should be hardworking, enthusiastic and prepared to take on all roles as directed by team leader
  • You must be prepared to work long hours whatever the weather conditions
  • You don’t need experience but if you have specific skills, other languages or have volunteered at the World Cup before please tell us!
  • You must volunteer for a minimum of 2 days including Saturday and Sunday

In return you will receive:

  •  Volunteer ‘goody bag’ including several items of branded clothing – your uniform
  • Packed lunches/food vouchers
  • Daily expenses allowance
  • Our eternal gratitude!

Behind the Bill

Back in 2014 Andy and Jonny Ashworth made a great behind-the-scenes movie of the World Cup Crew in action. It’s still relevant, so take a look.

View at YouTube