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Volunteers Needed - Bike MS Oregon

Volunteer for the National MS Society’s Bike MS: Explore Oregon - July 31 & August 1


Volunteers keep Bike MS festivities rolling and we’re looking for more!


On Saturday and Sunday, July 31 and August 1, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Oregon Chapter will host its annual Bike MS event. This year, from Rider Village at Mt. Hood Community College (26000 SE Stark St, Gresham, OR 97030), Bike MS will welcome over 500 cyclists on a tour of the scenic Willamette Valley, followed by an unbelievable ride through the Historic Columbia River Highway. Bike MS wouldn’t be possible without the volunteers who dedicate their time to support the event.


Why do we ride?


Bike MS hopes to raise over $400,000 at this year’s event to support vital programs and services for over 7,000 people affected by MS, and their families, in Oregon and SW Washington. Participants cross the finish line knowing that they have made a difference in so many lives.


The National MS Society exists to mobilize people and resources, to drive research for a cure, and to address the challenges of everyone affected by MS. We are people who want to do something about MS, now.


The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is recruiting volunteers to assist in Rider Village at Mt. Hood Community College on Friday, July 30th and Saturday, July 31st or at Thunder Island in Cascade Locks on Sunday, August 1st.


Bike MS is about movement – and as we pedal towards the finish line, we invite you to join the movement and help us defeat MS. Will you join us?


To register as a volunteer at Bike MS: Explore Oregon, contact Wendy at 503.445.8356 or [email protected].


For more information about the event and open positions, please visit www.bikeMSoregon.com.