Help and frequently asked questions relating to volunteering at the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships.

Frequently asked questions

It’s a great way to learn new skills, meet new people, give something back to your community, and show the world the very best of Scotland.

No. Enthusiasm is more important. We’ll match your interests to the right role.

No. We are looking for volunteers with a range of skills, interests and experience.

Yes. You must be 16 years of age or older as of the 1st July 2023.

We’ve got loads on offer and we’ll match your interests to the best fit. 

No, however we will prioritise those that are. 

If you have a particular interest in an event hosted elsewhere, we will consider that.

If you are a UK Citizen, have settled status, pre-settled status, are seeking asylum, have the right to remain in the UK or are here on a Tier 4 student visa, then you can volunteer. We welcome applications from international volunteers at this time and are working with our partners to understand what opportunities may be available. If you are an international volunteer, you will be responsible for your own travel and accommodation.

Most roles will be six shifts. Some road races will require fewer.

You must be able to speak and read English or communicate in British Sign Language.

All across Scotland - view all of our venues on our website

Yes, within a reasonable distance. Full details will be available closer to the event.

A 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships uniform.

Food & beverage allowance during shifts.

Behind-the-scenes access into an incredible event.

No. You must make your own arrangements.

All volunteers will be trained to carry out their role.

You will not be given tickets, but you can still buy tickets for any event. 

We ask you to update your availability on the system so we don’t put you on shift during the event you wish to attend as a spectator.

Yes. Please let us know that you require this so we can put the necessary arrangements in place.

Please let us know your individual circumstances and we’ll do what we can to ensure you have what you need.

Some roles may require checks. We won’t ask for this information unless it’s required, and we’ll let you know before you  confirm your role.

Yes. You can volunteer for as many hours as you wish and still claim benefits if you continue to meet the conditions of the benefit you receive and you only get money from volunteering to cover expenses (such as travel costs). If you have any concerns please speak directly to your Department for Work and Pensions office.

Further information can be found on the Volunteer Scotland website.  

Yes. One person should take the leadership role and others can join as a group member. Please contact the Volunteer Team to find out more.

Contact the volunteer team.

Yes, if they have signed up via your invite link.

This may be possible. Please apply for the same roles and locations and contact us when you attend the selection stage.