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Want front row seats and to get close to all the action at the UCI 2024 Mountain Bike Masters World Championships? 

Then volunteering is for you! 

You'll get to rub shoulders with the pros, be hands-on with the event and see first-hand how one of the world's biggest MTB event works.

Applications are now open!

Volunteers are the lifeblood of our events.

We need your help!


We're looking for volunteers to help between Wednesday 15th and Sunday 19th May 2024, supporting our riders and making sure they have the best experience.

And, if you're really looking to maximise your MTB experience, we're also looking for volunteers at Crankworx Cairns between Wednesday 22nd and Sunday 26th May.

Volunteer roles for all skills, experience and interests!

We've got a range of volunteer roles available, to suit everyone's skills, experience and interest, including:


Support and direct our athletes and provide information to people watching on the course.


Meet and greet our spectators and athletes.


Support fellow volunteers by providing items, information and direction.


Check accreditation for all personnel as they enter.


Do I need a bike to volunteer?

No, bikes aren't required to volunteer.

How does the volunteer application process work?

All volunteers need to apply for shifts using Rosterfy.  If you've volunteered for an AusCycling event before, you can login using your existing details. If this is your first time volunteering, you'll need to create an account.

Visit Rosterfy to create an account or login.

Once applications are open, you'll be able to login, view all shifts and apply for any you're available for.

We'll contact all volunteers via email about their application and shifts.

How long are the shifts?

Shifts range anywhere from two to nine hours. Your schedule will confirm your shift lengths and your crew assignment.  The earliest shifts start around 7:30am, and all shifts will finish up by 5:00pm.

Will I be outside all day?

Depending on where you're assigned, you may be inside or outside. Even if you're signed up for an indoor shift, please be prepared to be outdoors as sometimes your responsibilities will require you to work both.

What do I wear?

We'll provide a t-shirt and hat for you to wear. Please wear shorts or pants and comfortable, closed-toe footwear.

Is food provided?

Yes, lunch will be provided during your shift. Water will be readily available.

I'm under 18. Can I still volunteer?

Yes. The minimum age to volunteer is 16. If you're under 18, we'll need a parent or guardian to sign and submit a waiver before or when you sign in for your first shift.

Will parking be available for me?

Yes. There is plenty of parking at James Cook University, which is a short walk away from the venue. We'll provide more information when shifts are confirmed.

Are there any perks to volunteering?

Of course there are!  You'll get to meet like-minded people, improve your skills, be part of the action and get a glimpse into the inner workings of the world's premier mountain bike festival

Every volunteer will receive:

  • A t-shirt, hat and drink bottle

  • Lunch during your shift

  • A $50 donation per completed shift to your chosen club or charity

  • One entry into a prize draw to win a major prize for every 10 hours completed (last year there was a bike up for grabs!)

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