Instructors, Interns, and Volunteers Needed

Do you have a passion for cycling that you'd like to share with school-age children? Are you looking for a fun way to begin your summer?  Then consider teaching or volunteering at our bike camps for the morning or afternoon sessions, or spend the entire day with us.  The morning sessions revolve around learning and practicing bicycle skills and maneuvers, and in the afternoon, campers practice these skills learned during the morning sessions while riding to different destinations in Greensboro.  Your presence as a teacher or volunteer will make a difference in the life of a child!


A person who...

  1. Enjoys cycling and is comfortable riding a bike in an urban environment.
  2. Will be a positive role model and mentor for campers on and off the bike.
  3. Has the ability to be self-sufficient on rides. This includes having basic tools and knowledge to fix a flat, put a chain on, and other minor mechanical issues one might encounter on the road or trails.
  4. Reinforces safe riding practices and encourages proper trail and road etiquette.
  5. Has the appropriate equipment for cycling:  a well adjusted road or mountain bike and a properly fitted bicycle helmet.
  6. Has completed or will complete either the LAB Smart Cycling™ or CyclingSavvy™ course before camp begins (only required for instructors).

Apply Today!