Interested in a front row seat at the 4th largest UCI World Tour stage race?
Tour de Suisse (6-13 June) has an offer not to be refused.
The race is looking for amateur cycling enthusiasts to work (paid) on their daily route set/up breakdown team. The role provides a stunning inside close-up view of World Tour racing in Switzerland while rubbing elbows with top Pro riders and teams – including Bora-hansgrohe’s Peter Sagan.
The Tour consisting of 8 stages with a total length of 1300 kilometers and 17500 meters in altitude difference across all parts of Switzerland.
Don’t worry, you won’t have to try and keep up with the pro peloton by bike. You will need a drivers license though and get a workout everyday setting up and taking down barriers, podiums, advertising, route signs and the all important 1K to go banner.
With 2021 European gran fondo and cyclosportive events being cancelled faster than a Mark Cavendish sprint, this opportunity might be your only chance of attending a cycling event this season, plus you will get paid!
Interested?? Just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and start those upper body workouts.
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