- All members of the team must be 18 or over. Yes, we know there are many younger (and likely much faster) racers who want to participate. Our logic is this: we are not closing the roads or having police direct traffic for this race. Teams will have to deal with all the Saturday morning traffic and we need to make sure everyone is safe.
- A team’s time will be recorded when the last teammate crosses the finish line.
- If more than one team is present at a challenge location at the same time, the teams will complete the challenge in the order in which they arrived. The Iditarod staff reserves the right to delay a team until the previous team has completed the challenge before allowing the next team to begin.
- No registration refunds will be given for any reason. Be ready to race no matter the weather.
- Obey all local laws, regulations, traffic laws.This includes crossing big, busy roads at the designated crosswalks.
- Comply with the directions of The Taylorsville Urban Iditarod staff, local authorities and property and/or venue owners and managers.
- Teams may only travel by foot pushing or pulling their “sled” at all times.
- Engage in illegal conduct. Physical aggression towards the public, local officials, other participants, or The Taylorsville Urban Iditarod volunteers, or acts of vandalism, theft, or harassment may result in disqualification from the race, at the discretion of The Urban Iditarod staff.