• Thanks All,
    Jon can you send me our e mail address so i can send you some details. Martin i think i had yours on Tuesday.
    Jon and Martin. Thanks. Marshaling is fairly straightforward. It will primarily involve standing in a high viz and being very visible to cyclist and directing them in the correct direction of the course. Most marshaling points are at the roundabouts to ensure that the cyclist does not take the wrong exit. You will also have something (flag or another high viz) to warn the cars that a cyclist is ahead, but it is the riders responsibility to stop for traffic in accordance with the Highway Code (rules of the road). In the event of an accident you may need to call an ambulance to assist. The main role is to be seen to ensure the rider and traffic act safely.
    There will be experienced marshals around who will be able to guide and mentor you.
    Thanks Jamie for your help on the day.


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