The Ann Arbor Track Club is an all-volunteer organization and 501c3 not-for-profit corporation. Since 1968, we have served our members and community and adapted our mission to meet their evolving needs.Our members include elite distance and track & field athletes, those who aspire to be, and those who just want to stay fit. Our members also enjoy the opportunities that volunteering offers.
The Bay Area Runner’s Club (BARC) is made up of runners and walkers from the mid-eastern counties of Michigan, mainly Bay, Midland and Saginaw counties. BARC puts on or assists with over 30 race events each year on a year round basis. Most races are 5K to 10K in distance, although BARC does assist with an annual Marathon/20K race each July, and a 1/2 Marathon in September.
The BBC Striders is a group of Belleville area runners and walkers of all ages and abilities with a common interest in having fun and staying fit. We are also members of the Road Runners Club of America (RRCA).
Right now for our Wednesday night runs, we are meeting outside in the West end of the Performing Arts Center lot at Brighton High School. If we have a chilly or rainy evening, look for us right inside the pool entrance prior to our outdoor run in Pine Creek Ridge. Come summer, we will always meet outside in the parking lot unless it is raining (in which case we would meet inside first). There may be some weeks during the summer where we’ll meet somewhere other than the high school.
The Charlotte Running Club consists of a group of passionate runners that strive to spread the love of running and to help each other grow. The Club’s goal is bring the expansive, diverse and excited Charlotte running community together under one umbrella through group runs and social events. The key here is passion. Our motto is “a passion for running.”
Club Running at CMU is a club team which is open to anyone of any level of running that would like to train and compete in various running competitions. We compete in distances ranging from 5k’s to the marathon distance.
Downriver Runners meet each Wednesday for a club run at 6:30 PM sharp, warm up at 6:15. Weather is not a factor so be prepared to run in rain or shine, cold or hot. Runners of all levels are welcome and the course is usually 3-6 miles.
The Downtown Runners and Walkers is the popular running/walking group. Each Tuesday – rain or shine – 20 to 40 people ranging in abilities from seasoned marathoners to beginning walkers meet at a different metro Detroit site. After route instructions, people take off on a course of four to eight miles. The start time is 5:45 PM except for those days marked with an *, when the start time is 6:15 PM. After the run or walk, everyone meets for food, drink and the most interesting conversations.
The prime object of the association shall be the promotion and encouragement of long distance running, walking and to inform the community of the benefits of physical fitness.
Take on our 100 HALF ANYWHERE CHALLENGE and finish 100 Half Marathons and/or 70.3 Half Iron distance triathlons ANYWHERE in the WORLD, ANY STATE, ANY COUNTRY.
The Front Line Racing Team is composed of runners from all over Michigan and several other states. We compete in Relays and other events in which Team Scoring is a factor. You can find us in USA Cross Country Championships, sometimes at the USA Indoor Track Championship both the Boston and Chicago Marathons and road races and marathon relays. Runners train on their own or with local clubs but compete for Front Line Racing Team.
Welcomes Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender people and our friends and
allies for running, walking, and social activities. We have informal walk/runs
every Tuesday evening and Saturday morning throughout the year. During
the summer we schedule additional outings to the Saugatuck/Douglas area
on alternate Thursday evenings. Our walk/runs are followed by meals at
local restaurants, and everybody is welcome to join us.
The Grand Rapids Running Club exists to develop and promote the sport of running, to provide support for runners and running activities in our community, to provide support for runners and running activities in our community, to provide a communications liaison for runners of the community, to present runners and running as a positive asset to the community, and to assist and encourage individuals interested in starting a running program.
Organization with the purpose of helping members reach and maintain a healthier lifestyle through walking, exercise and healthy eating habits. And to help improve and support our community through volunteer activities.
Indian River Striders is a running and walking group based in Indian River, Michigan. Our members promote the health, physical fitness and social benefits of running, walking and being active.
We meet every Saturday morning throughout the year at Grosse Ile Middle School at 8:30 am. There are several course options for running and/or walking and their lengths. All abilities are welcomed. During the summer months, we designate one Saturday per month as “Tailgate Treats”. This includes breakfast following the run/walk at the Middle School parking lot. On Mondays, April through October, our club also meets to run and walk at 5:30 pm at the Elizabeth Park Pavilion in Trenton.
The Kalamazoo Area Runners (KAR) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the promotion of running as a source of physical, spiritual and social wellness while enhancing the quality of life in our community. With more than 600 members, KAR is Michigan’s largest running club.
The Livestrong running group is a FREE running group. Anyone can join! Our runs are at 6:30 PM Wednesday evenings and 8 AM every Saturday, rain or shine, in Ann Arbor.
Come join us and Run Ambassador, Sue Quenneville, for the kick off of our weekly run club! This is a great way to meet other runners in the community and sweat it out! All levels welcome, distance will depend on the group.
We run Monday, Tuesday and Saturday every week! Mondays around Reeds Lake at 6pm, Tuesdays from Mars Hill Church at 6pm (room 503), and Saturdays from member homes. (new every week!) Sign up for our news letter via our Website.
We are a running club centered around the Mid-Michigan area. We meet on Tuesdays in the summer and on Saturdays in the winter. Usually the MMTC workouts take place in Lansing, East Lansing and Okemos.
Provides Midland, Michigan area youth (ages 6-18) the opportunity to participate in track & field in the spring season and cross country in the fall season.
We welcome both aspiring and seasoned runners or hikers. The club collectively has much wisdom, derived from experience, to share. The club currently has more dedicated hikers and trekkers than runners, yet the spirit of adventure runs strong through this unique and dedicated membership.
Our very first race was a 5 mile event held on June 11, 1959 on Belle Isle. Since that first event, the Striders have conducted over a thousand races throughout Michigan. We hope you join us for another exciting year of running, racing, and walking in the Greater Detroit area.
The MSU Running Club has the perfect combination of competitive nature and club camaraderie. We believe novice runners can gain a great deal of experience by being part of the MSU Running Club, and any runner who stays with the club will become a faster, more efficient runner.
The Northville Road Runners, formerly known as the Redford Road Runners, was founded in 1982 and today has over 100 members. Club members come in all shapes and sizes and from all walks of life, as well as different running styles and speeds. They are all united in their love for running and walking as well as a desire to promote and participate in quality races, running related activities and social interactions.
It does not matter on the AGE that you are but upon the effort that you give…If I could have done it all over again, I would have encouraged more, seeked the impossible, and would have been trying to do what others thought I could not have done a lot more often…
The Striders welcomes all area runners and walkers whether you are a beginner or a seasoned veteran.
Our group meets on Tuesday and Thursday evenings for Core workouts, Speed workouts & Tempo runs. We also meet on Saturday mornings for the long runs; occasionally on Sundays if there is a conflicting Saturday event. All our workouts are tailored by our Coach to get us ready for specific races of varying distance. Several social events are also scheduled throughout the year. This gives the members a chance to network & get to know each other better.
The Stoney Creek Running Club is a group of diverse and interesting men and women who choose to train and socialize together. We are a family oriented club and encourage youth participation in our events.
Being a member of TCTC is a fun, affordable way to connect with people who share your love of running and being involved in the community.Annual membership is only $10 ($5 for junior).
The Running Club at Michigan Law (RC) was created to help students at the Law School get to know one another through an activity that promotes physical health and friendship, while also providing an outlet to help relieve the expected stresses of a rigorous academic program.
The Upper Peninsula Road Runners Club encourages running (particularly long distance running), fitness and health, and whenever feasible, track and field participation. To this end, the club may hold championships, conduct demonstrations, put on social events, print and publish books, magazines, gazettes, and newsletters, make awards, and do other things conducive to the sport.
The Village Bike Shop TriTeam is currently reorganizing and will be back in full swing in the fall of 2011. Please stay tuned for further details be using the contact us page.
A social organization which meets to run five times a week. The aim of the club is to offer a means for the many runners on Western’s campus to meet and to provide a casual atmosphere for running.
Biggest reason people are hesitant to show up? “I’m too slow.” “I’m afraid I will slow everyone down.” We have heard this concern dozens of times and it is just not true. When we say there are all speeds we mean it. Just show up one time and find out. If you don’t like it, just don’t come back. But they always do come back!