Cyclists competing in the annual Green Mountain Stage Race will take to the roadways of Vermont over Labor Day weekend. Volunteers are needed for registration and to serve as course marshals.

Volunteers will be needed to help with registration on Thursday, September 1, from 6 to 9 p.m. and on Friday, September 2, from 7 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Bridges Resort in Warren.  


Course marshals are needed for the time trial on Friday, September 2; volunteers are needed for a three- to four-hour time commitment either early morning, midday or late afternoon. The course is the same as last year; marshals are needed from Warren Village to Waitsfield on the East Warren Road.

Course marshals are also sought for the circuit race on Saturday, September 3, for a morning or afternoon three- to four-hour commitment. The course is also the same as last year; help is needed in Waitsfield, Middlesex, Moretown and Duxbury.

In addition, volunteers are needed for the road race on Sunday, September 4, for three to four hours at locations in Warren, Middlebury, KOM near Bristol, Monkton, Jerusalem and the App Gap.

Currently, there is one change to the course; the route will bypass Bristol heading on Burpee Road to Monkton Road to Monkton, turning on to Prison Hollow Road in Monkton followed by a turn onto Tyler Bridge Road. It will connect back with Route 116 where cyclists will make a right turn and ride to the junction with Route 17. Riders will make a left and then travel the traditional Baby Gap to Jerusalem and the climb to the finish atop the App Gap.

The start and exit route from Warren heading south on Route 100 has yet to be confirmed.

The volunteers’ party will be held on Wednesday evening, September 7, at a yet to be determined location.

For more information or to volunteer contact Melanie Simon, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call (802) 496-7654.