The Boulder Road Runners encourage and promote running and running related activities for people of all ages and abilities, from the casual recreational runner to the serious competitor. The club offers an entry-level membership of $25 per calendar year for an individual. Family memberships are also available. For detailed information please click on membership info for more details.
Results for events listed below will be posted on the BRR Results page
First Monday Social: 5:30 -7 p.m. at Avery Brewery
On the first Monday of each month, the Boulder Road Runners have a social gathering at Avery Brewing. Complementary Avery beers are provided by Avery Brewing. Meals can be ordered off Avery Brewing menu, from their new kitchen. We gather from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Avery’s new address is 4901 Nautilus Ct. in Gunbarrel. – Map
The First Monday in November celebrates the 100+ volunteer Road Runners, who have worked all year to make local races both successful and safe for participants. Please join the club for this celebration with free beer (Avery’s), food, club shirts and awards.
Sunday Group Run
The purpose of the group run, which draws dozens of runners on any given Sunday, is to act as a clearinghouse for the local running community and encourage networking within the club and with new runners.
The Sunday group run meeting times: (2016) Summer 8:00 a.m. June 05- October 09, Winter 9:00 a.m. October 16 – May 28 (2017)
First National Bank Parking Lot – Iris at 30th in Boulder. Beginning on November 6th, the Sunday run will begin and end at the offices of the BolderBoulder, 5500 Central at 55th in Boulder.
Wednesday Hiking Group
The BRR supports many of the local running events in Boulder, including:
- BRR summer track series (first & third Thursdays of each summer month),
- The Bolder Boulder on Memorial Day
- Avery’s 4k on the 4th of July
- The Downtown Boulder Race Series (West End 4k, Pearl Street Mile and the Boulder Back Roads Marathon,
- The Rocky Mt. Shootout XC meet on the CU South Campus/Buffalo Ranch.
We also compete as a team at national events such as the USATF National Club Cross Country Championships. The men’s 60+ team is consistently the national USATF Masters championship team.