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- 10. April 2007.


The UCI Mountain Bike & Trials World Championships
03 – 09 September 2007

The organisers of the 2007 UCI Mountain Bike & Trials World
Championships at Fort William, are looking for up to 250 volunteers
to work on one of the biggest sporting events to hit the UK this year.

From 3 to 9 September 2007 Fort William, in the Scottish Highlands,
will host the most important and the biggest mountain bike event in
the world this year. More than 700 world class riders from 50 nations
will come together with over 40,000 enthusiastic spectators to take
part in a spectacular, action packed fiesta of adrenaline fuelled
mountain biking.

Leemo Reid from organisers, Rare Management, said: 'Over the last
five years our hardworking, enthusiastic volunteers have been crucial
to the overwhelming success of the World Cup events at Fort William.
They have helped to make Fort William the best mountain bike venue in
the world'.

'We are now looking for 250 volunteers to help us stage the sporting
event of the year - 2007 UCI Mountain Bike & Trials World
Championships at Fort William. Volunteering at the World
Championships will be hard work, but can also be fun and a rewarding
experience. So all those who want to be part of the event should
register on the World Championships website. Places are always
oversubscribed so get your application in now'.

Volunteer departments include course marshals, parking and traffic
control, signage and course installations, admin, media and VIP
support, World Cup Village security, drivers, volunteer coordination
and First aid.

Applications to volunteer can be made online now -
All applications will be considered and everyone who applies will be
contacted in late May 2007.

Volunteer requirements:
Volunteers must be at least 16 years old – absolutely no exceptions!
Volunteers should be hardworking, enthusiastic and prepared to take
on all roles as directed by team leaders
Volunteers must be prepared to work long hours whatever the weather
Volunteers don't need experience but if you have specific skills or
have volunteered at the World Cup before please tell us!
Volunteers must be able to commit to a minimum of three days

In return Volunteers will receive:
Volunteer 'goody bag' including several items of branded clothing –
your uniform
Invitations to event parties
Packed lunches/food vouchers
Daily expenses allowance of £30 per day OR Bed & Breakfast in shared
hostel type accommodation in Fort William plus £40 towards your
travel expenses
A chance to watch some of the extreme action over the weekend free of
Our eternal gratitude!


Media Contact:
Paddy Cuthbert - Podge Publicity (http://www.podge.co.uk): T: 0131
477 2037 / M: 07968 699 636 / E: paddy@podge.co.uk

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