When you arrive at a MOA Rally, you’ll see several “Welcome” and
“Registration” signs pointing to a big registration area. Regardless
whether you've traveled for five days or five hours, you’re probably hot
and tired and will be looking for a temporary place to air-out and get
Once inside the registration area you will be warmly greeted by
fellow riders who volunteered for this critical role. No matter who
walks in, volunteers are ready to assist in checking you in, provide
refreshment, give directions and answer any questions you have. You
leave the area with an admission wrist band, rally book describing all
events, times and locations, and knowledge of where to go next. This
first interaction definitely sets the stage for a great rally
What makes this work so well are 300 registration volunteers. Every
year many members again sign up to work in registration with many more
trying it for the first time. With up to 40 volunteers on a four-hour
shift many new friendships are likely. So please consider spending a
little time in “registration” to meet and greet club members, friends,
and family as they arrive at the rally. We have so much fun that most
people sign up for multiple shifts or sign up to volunteer as a club.
You will be playing an active role contributing to the success of the
To volunteer for the registration function, go to our Volunteer Registration page.
Each shift is described as a separate event. Once you are registered for a shift, you will receive an emailed “ticket” at the end of the
process which will be your confirmation. It takes less than five minutes.
There are two ways to sign up a group if your club wishes to work
together: 1) select a day/shift then spread the word to your members to
signup individually, or 2) email Roger Trendowski with your club name, members’ names
and email addresses. If you have questions, contact any of our registration
co-chairs - Mark Austin, Sam Booth, Pete Schmitz or Greg Straub.
See you in Billings.