The Spin Sisters Mountain Bike Club is 100% run by volunteers. Without your help, we wouldn’t be what we are today. 

The opportunities to volunteer with Spin Sisters are numerous and varied, from loading rides into Wild Apricot, to hosting a ride on the trail, to coordinating social events, or even taking on an Executive role. Just as the tasks are varied, so is the time commitment and the timeframe of when you are needed. Whether you are looking for a one-time opportunity, have a few hours to give through the season, or have time to spare each week, there is a role fit for you. 

Current Key Volunteer Positions Needed for the 2024 Season:

How do I Volunteer?

If you clicked a volunteer box on your registration, we will be in touch soon.

If you didn’t click a volunteer box but are curious about volunteering, drop us a line at volunteer@spinsisters.ca and we can discuss the possibilities!

Other things I can do to help:

Become a Ride Ambassador or Sweep

Being a Ride Ambassador is a great way to get involved in the club. Current ABA requirements include having a “host” for every ride. We also like to have a sweep (a person who rides at the back of the pack to ensure no one is left behind).

You do not need to be the fastest or the best rider to be a Ride Ambassador, we just ask that you have some knowledge of the trail being ridden. Check out the FAQ page for more information on what it means to be a Ride Ambassador or Sweep.

Join a Committee

The following Committees are looking for volunteers to help with various tasks:

Watch your email for more info on these openings.

Trail Building

Over the years, Spin Sisters’ members have put hundreds of hours into the singletrack trails in favourite riding areas such as Fish Creek Provincial Park, Medicine Hill (Paskapoo Slopes), Bowmont Park, Bragg Creek Trails, and the Ridgeback and S.H.A.F.T. trails at Station Flats/Ing's Mine in K-Country.

Spin Sisters works in conjunction with five local trail associations, to give back to the community and contribute to maintaining the trails, and assist in building new trails to expand our local network.

Watch our social media channels and check the schedule on Wild Apricot for dates and further details on upcoming trail building days for the 2024 season!

Our Local Trail Associations

Spin Sisters rides are possible thanks to the five local trail building associations that build the trails we ride and keep them in good condition. Visit their websites to learn more about them.

Past Trail Building Days