Join our #Itcouldbeme Ambassador Program

Goal: Empower local bike, run enthusiasts and athletes to take action in their hometowns for the education of drivers, cyclists, and runners. We envision the ambassador program to be threefold:

1. Social Media Representative

2. Policy Change Leadership & Advocacy

3. In-Person Activities
i.e. tabling at local races, hosting rides/runs in the community, representing ICBM during training days

Let’s get to it!

– Ambassador Levels –

The program is tiered to accommodate the time and resources available to ambassadors nationwide.

Sprinter

The bread-and-butter of our program

Without these ambassadors, we’d be lost. We rely on our sprinter to build and maintain the foundation of our ambassador program.

As a sprinter, we ask that you:

Post about It Could Be Me twice (2x) a month across social media 

Volunteer at one (1) event per year, promoting It Could Be Me. This could be tabling, stuffing goody bags, assisting at water stations – anything that improves the cycling/running community

Make three (3) social media posts per year about cycling laws in your town, region, or state to educate others

Have three (3) people make a video for It Could Be Me

Be available, accessible, and friendly to those who want to learn more!

Olympian

Steady, consistent, can go a bit further

Olympians are able to commit more time and energy to policy change, content creation & being an event host.

AS AN OLympian WE ASK THAT YOU:

Post about It Could Be Me three (3) times a month across social media

Volunteer at one (1) event per year, promoting It Could Be Me. This could be tabling, stuffing goody bags, assisting at water stations – anything that improves the cycling/running community

Make five (5) social media posts per year about cycling laws or statistics in your town, region, or state to educate others

Ask five (5) people to make a video for It Could Be Me

Write a guest blog for It Could Be Me website. This could be an educational blog, a personal blog, recap blog, etc.

Start a petition for cycling law change when/where relevant

Host one (1) event that promotes the intersection of drivers and cyclists in a positive way. Framework in development. Examples: how to safely change a flat bike tire on the side of the road, updates on defensive driving and bike/run laws, etc.

Be available, accessible, and friendly to those who want to learn more!

Cross Country

Perseveres through the distance

The top dog – and you’re expected to represent well. We ask similar things, but amp up representation in highly visible, impactful ways.

cross country reps will:

Post about It Could Be Me three (3) times a month across social media

Volunteer at two (2) events per year, promoting It Could Be Me. This could be tabling, stuffing goody bags, assisting at water stations – anything that improves the cycling/running community

Make five (5) social media posts per year about cycling laws or statistics in your town, region, or state to educate others

Ask seven (7) people to make a video for It Could Be Me

Write a guest blog or vlog for It Could Be Me website. This could be an educational blog, a personal blog, recap blog, etc.

Start a petition for cycling law change when/where relevant. Testify on behalf of a bill and promote engagement with the community to create policy change that enhances vulnerable user of the road safety

Host one (1) event that promotes the intersection of drivers and cyclists in a positive way. Framework for this in development. Examples: how to safely change a flat bike tire on the side of the road, updates on defensive driving and bike/run laws, etc.

Host a group run/ride at a local bike shop. Triny to help with this when the time comes

Be available, accessible, and friendly to those who want to learn more!

What’s in it for you?

A.K.A. Ambassador Extras

In addition to the immense feel good of making a difference by spreading word and creating awareness around safe roads for all vulnerable users of the road, the following may also be available depending on resources and partnerships.

sprinters May also receive:*

It Could Be Me swag

Trucker hat, socks, t-shirt

It Could Be Me water bottle

Nuun samples

Access to It Could Be Me decals to hand out

Extra swag when possible

OLympians may also receive:*

It Could Be Me swag

Trucker hat, cycling jersey

It Could Be Me water bottle

Nuun samples

Access to It Could Be Me decals to hand out

Access to race discount code in their region (TBD)

cross country reps May also receive:*

It Could Be Me swag

Cycling kit

It Could Be Me water bottle

Nuun samples

Access to It Could Be Me decals to hand out

Access to race discount code in their region (TBD)

Discount code for It Could Be Me product

Meet and greet with professional cyclist, triathlete, runner (TBD)


*dependent on available resources & partnerships

Yes, I’d like to be an Ambassador!

Become a #ItCouldBeMe Ambassador