There are many running and training groups in and around Boulder CO and are an excellent way to keep you motivated towards your goals or to meet new people and stay connected within the community. Many running clubs offer extra benefits to its members such as discounts on products or services.
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There are a variety of fun runs that happen each week and others that meet regularly but less frequently. See the schedule below for community fun runs that often are supported by a shoe company where you can demo shoes, offer food and drinks afterwards. These can also be accompanied by giveaways or guest speakers.
Monday 6 pm – Fleet Feet Sports Boulder
Tuesday – 6 am Coffee Run Club Precision Pours (Louisville) – 6pm Salomon Trail Run at Chautauqua
Wednesday evenings –Boulder Running Company, Flatirons Running and Runners Roost (Louisville)
Thursday 6 pm – Shoes and Brews (Longmont) Crystal Springs Brewing (Louisville)
Saturday a.m. – Runners Roost (Louisville)
Sunday a.m. – Boulder Running Company Sanitas Run
2nd Tuesday of each month – Sanitas Brewing and La Sportiva
Boulder Trail Runners
Offering several group runs throughout the week of different abilities and levels.
Boulder Road Runners
The Boulder Road Runners were formed in 1979 to encourage and promote running and running related activities for people of all ages and abilities, from the casual recreational runner to the serious competitor. Ideas for new club activities are always welcome and the involvement of members is encouraged.
Boulder Rogue Runners
Who ever said that you can’t mix fun (running) with pleasure (good beer)…no one!
The Boulder Rogue Runners is for all of those who enjoy getting out and breaking a sweat amongst the company of other fellow runners and then topping it off with an awesome craft brew and some great conversation. We meet up every Tuesday at Boulder’s most awesome Fate Brewery and then proceed to run a beautiful 5k route in and around the Boulder Creek Path. At the end our joyous run, we have cold craft brews, great food, (or glass of H2O) and some great conversation. All levels of runners (or walkers) are welcome.
Boulder Breakfast Trail Runners
A group of trail runners that are as serious about their trail running as the breakfast that follows. We enjoy diversity in our trails, restaurants, and running cohorts. Many runs are in the Boulder area; however we also look to get into the high country as much as possible. Runs are typically on Saturday mornings. The duration varies from about 1 hour to 3+ depending on location, group fitness, schedules, etc. Terrain can range from easy flat to steep technical. Pace can vary widely however we never let anyone forget why they joined a group.
Mom’s Run this Town
This group is a free running club for ALL women! Moms RUN This Town/She RUNS This Town is a group dedicated to helping you become the best version of yourself through running (at any pace), friendship, community, and support. Post runs you’d like company for, organize a group for a race, search for a running buddy, or post running-related advice, questions, or running commentary (hahaha).
Run on, strong women!
Mile High Runners
Welcome to Mile High Runners, a running group for training and friendship. Are you looking for a running group that meets early enough to fit in your busy schedule? Give Mile High Runners a try. We meet Tuesday mornings at 5:30 and Saturdays at 6 (summer) or 6:30 (winter). We are based out of Erie, Colorado, but we meet for speed and group runs at various locations in and near Erie.
This is a meetup for runners of all shapes and speeds that don’t want to drive to Boulder to run with other people. It is just now starting (2013) and casual. Looking forward to meeting some new running/training partners in Longmont. I hope to get a decent group together for runs a couple of times per week.
Rocky Mountain Road Runners
“Everything a running club should be is reflected in the 530-member Rocky Mountain Road Runners” is not a quote we came up with, but could have. Instead, this is how RMRR was described in the June 2003 issue of Runner’s World. The Rocky Mountain Road Runners is a non-profit, volunteer organization for runners and walkers in the Denver Metro area. The club has been around for more than three decades with roots going back to the 1950’s.
Training Groups tend to be a bit more for the competitive set, often training with common goals, and provides coaching services.
Established in 2012. Group of dedicated runners of all distances in Boulder, CO. Getting by one mile at a time
Boulder Track Club
The Boulder Track Club was formed in 2011 and is a 501c(3) not for profit organization located in Boulder, Colorado.
Our aim is to create an identifiable running club within the community that caters to individuals of all ages, abilities and running preference. Whether it is Track, XC, Road, Mountain, Ultra or Trail running, the Boulder Track Club’s role is to unite everyone under one umbrella of representation through the sport of running.
Boulder Peak Makers Running Club
We offer an optimal coach – runner ratio so you get individual help with form and technique that helps keep you injury free and moving forward towards your goals. The group meets every week for a fresh new workout on the roads, tracks and trails around Boulder County. We are a casual – non-competitive group that likes to run, achieve fitness goals, socialize, and have fun.
Led by 4x Olympian Colleen De Reuck, the Boulder Striders group training program helps runners of all abilities and experience levels achieve the results they seek. Whether it’s a marathon, 5k race or overall fitness, Boulder Striders will help improve your running in a motivating and fun environment. While we train hard, we also love to socialize.
Fast Forward Sports
FastForward Sports merged with Revolution Running in 2016. Please see details below on this running group.
Bobby can help you become a better athlete, no matter what your level. If you are a runner he provides the full package from training & biomechanics to mental skills sharpening. If you are a triathlete, he can improve your run through unique training methodologies that impact your run form & run training, as well as empower your mental game – often the heart of great triathlon performances. Whether training for the Olympics as a runner or triathlete, or simply trying to be the best you can be – from the mile to the marathon, from a sprint tri to Ironman®, he can optimize your efforts.
Ric Rojas Running
Ric Rojas Running offers comprehensive training programs for track and field events, marathon, and triathlon. They develop a detailed monthly training schedule within the context of your long-term goals and hold weekly practices at Boulder and Denver locations.
We are a fun, non-intimidating group with runners ranging from beginners and novices to those who are more seasoned.
Runner’s Edge of the Rockies
We offer year-round training and our membership includes beginners, 50-staters, triathletes, executives, teachers, moms, professionals, and pretty much anyone else you could think of. Runner’s Edge of the Rockies was voted to Competitor.com’s “Best Of” list, earning Best Running Club for 2011 and 2012!
We are small nice and friendly running group with all fitness levels