Individuals can participate in the Montana League as an independent rider, but what’s even more fun is having a team to train and race with. Whether you are a student or coach, the League wants to do everything we can to help you form a team at your local high school or community. If you’d like to see a team form at your school, please send us an e-mail so we can help you out.
Don’t have a team to race with? That’s ok! Students can compete as an independent racer in the League Series. While they will not be eligible for the Team Overall title, they are eligible for the Individual Race and Overall titles. Independent racers need not register a team, and should only register for the series, being sure to denote that they are racing as an “Independent” where appropriate on registration forms. All other rules apply. Please send us an e-mail so we can help you out.
Below is an interactive map with information about teams in the process of getting established and communities with energy building. Please click on current teams throughout Montana, if you notice a Team Director Contact email, this means the team structure is in place. If no Team Director information is listed, this means it’s time for volunteers to step up and make it happen! If you’d like to see a team form in your community or at your school, please send us an e-mail so we can help you out.
|Billings Dirt Dogz
|Contact Sam w/ Interest
|Bozeman HS, Gallatin High School, and Bridger Composite
|Three Forks Composite
|Butte Copper Sprockets
|Northern Cheyenne Bison
Types of Teams
There are two types of teams.
- School-Based Teams: Comprised of full-time students from the same high-school, public or private. School-based teams can be “official” or “unofficial”.
- Composite Teams: Comprised of full-time students from more than one high-school, charter school or homeschool within the same district or other geographic proximity. Composite Team Limitations: Composite Teams are intended to be temporary solutions toward building school-based teams. High School students may only score for a composite team that has 5 or less students from the same school. If 6 or more students from one school race on a composite team, those students will be scored separately from the rest of the composite team unless a petition to do otherwise is approved.