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04/17/2021 | Kellogg, United States of America LEADMAN 2021


Welcome to the online registration! Please choose on the right side between the Single Registration to enter a single registration and the Group Registration to enter, for example, several registrations of members of the same club

Changes to Heat Times, this will allow us to run smaller groups together. 

Heat Start Times 
1- 11:00am: Male 16-34
2- 11:15am: Male 35-43
3- 11:30am: Male 44 + 
4- 11:45am: Females : All 
5- 12:00pm- Teams: All 
6: 12:05pm- Kids: All


2021 LEADMAN Race Information

Date: Saturday, April 17th 2021 


As of now, Leadman is still happening. Due to the dynamic nature of COVID-19, that is subject to change. Face mask and social distancing will be required at all times,Gondola will start loading at 9am, please ride with your group to allow social distancing. We are currently working on the best safety measures to make this a safe and successful event. We appreciate everyones understanding and participation. 


Silver Mountain Resort in Kellogg, Idaho - Exit 49 on I-90


Registration closes on Tuesday April 14th at midnight, please note there will be a late fee for registrations from April 4-13th 2021.  Registration is limited to the first 250 competitors, although the Kellogg RotaryClub reserves the right to make adjustments to this number based on eventlogistics.



All team racers will need a waiver, all 17 & Under will need an adult signed waiver, no exceptions.


 An individual release form must be signed by EACH participant on each team. Participants under the age of 18 must have signed parental consent at or before registration in order to participate.



Solo Male & Female 

Male Age Groups 16-27, 28-34, 35-43, 44+ 

Female Age Groups 16-30, 31-39, 40+

Indivudual Kids (M/F Race Together) Min age 11 to Age 15

Team Male & Female

Co-Ed Team

Rotary Team



Team Entry(Is a Team Relay): Regular Registration:  $44.00 per team member (2 person Team $88, 3 person team $132) Late Registration(April 4-13th) $61.00 per member. (2 person team $122, 3 person team $183)

Individual Entry: Regular Registration $58.00 Late Registration (April 4-13th) $71.00


Check in locations and times (Subject to change due to COVID )

 Friday April 16th:  5:30-7:30pm in Noah’s Canteen at Silver Mountain - AVOID THE LINE ON SATURDAY! 

Saturday April 17th : 7:00-8:45am in Gondola Village at Silver Mountain - Be sure to bring your SIGNED Liability Waiver. 

Check-in Rules: All participants are required to check in NO LATER THAN 8:45am on the day of the event. Registrations on the day of the race will not be accepted, please print and bring your waiver with you, link above. 



There will be 3-5 heats of racers with varying start times.  This is an example of how the heats are typically divided up but may vary due to grouping depending on a number of variables, please check your heats the day of the race. 

Heat Start Times 
1- 11:00am: Male 16-34
2- 11:15am: Male 35-43
3- 11:30am: Male 44 + 
4- 11:45am: Females : All 
5- 12:00pm- Teams: All 
6: 12:05pm- Kids: All

Check-in and know the start time for your heat (based on your bib color). Be at the start line at least 15 minutes prior to the start.



The event begins with a Le Mans start (run to your gear and click in) to a downhill ski/snowboard course approximately .9 miles in length.


The bike leg is 7-11 miles long and mostly downhill but does involve some flat and uphill grades.The route is a combination of double track, single track, tight turns, rocky terrain, gravel road, dirt,MUD, and asphalt. Full suspension mountain bikes are highly recommended for the bike leg. Walk your bike if you are unsure of your ability level for the terrain you encounter on the course. Be sure to understand proper braking techniques for downhill mountain biking and have your brakes checked prior to the race. It is wise to carry a replacement tube and repair kit. Watch for ruts, mud and sharp corners. Notify other racers when passing by shouting, “on your right” or “on your left” before attempting to pass. Racers should have their bikes well tuned and inspected (especially brakes) at a professional bicycle shop prior to arriving at Silver Mountain Resort on race day. There will be a bike inspection tent provided by CDA Bike Company in the plaza on race day for any last minute issues. 

Bicycles must be tagged with your bike number card and loaded into the trucks by no later than 8:55am.

The ski to bike transition is staged by event staff so individual competitors WILL NOT have an opportunity to place their own equipment or have support crew at this transition. 

Know your bib number and mark EVERY PIECE of your gear well so you can find it quickly and lost gear can be returned to you. Ideally, the bikes will be staged by heat and/or in bib number order- but no guarantees.


We are using a computerized timing system provided by Northern Peaks Alliance this year. Anyone crossing the run finishline MUST BE WEARING THE BIB WITH TIMING CHIPS ON YOUR CHEST AND VISIBLE WHEN CROSSING THE LINE. This system is very accurate but is dependent on having a bib with a timing chip cross the finish line. The run leg is approximately 4.1 miles long and involves uphill, level and downhill grades onvarying terrain of dirt, gravel and asphalt. The bike to run transition is a great place for spectators, helpers and your support crew. See course map for location.


Every piece of your equipment must be tagged with your BIB NUMBER. Equipment must be claimed by 2:00 pm.Tapeand markers will be provided at Check-In for gear marking. Competitor or competitor’s support crewwill be required to show their bibs to claim equipment left at transition points.All equipment left at the transition points will be transported back to the Gondola Village. Please be patient as there is a great deal of effort required to transport the equipment from the transition zones.

Helmets are Required for the ski and bike segments. Wear what you think makes you SAFE! Some competitors choose to wear their bicycle helmets for the ski leg.

 Eye Wear:Be prepared for a great deal of mud and wear appropriate eyewear; sunglasses, goggles or clear glasses. Eyewear is available for purchase at Silver Mountain Sports.

SHOWERS are AVAILABLE for no charge after the race. For your convenience, you may use the showers in Silver Rapids Waterpark to clean up after the race. Please bring your competitor bib to gain entry into the waterpark and bring your own towel. ( May be subject to change due to COVID) 


Each pre-registered participant will receive a “swag” bag, t-shirt, gear tags and bib at check-in. LEADMAN hats and other good stuff will be available for purchase at the Rotary tent. Participants who place in a prize position will receive great prizes, all of which are donated by the AWESOME sponsors and local community!!!!


Around 3:00 pm in the village, come enjoy a live band and sunshine while waiting for the last racers to finish up. Awards will be shortly after the last racer finishes.


 We will also be posting results online at