_As the largest and most active running club in New Mexico, the Albuquerque Road Runners consist of a diverse membership of runners and walkers. We are competitive runners, beginning runners, walkers, weekend warriors, ultra-runners, reformed couch potatoes, or any other description that involves putting one foot in front of the other. As a club, we would like to enable runners and walkers of all types to interact and learn about and from each other.
Wednesday, June 7, 2017
Albuquerque Road Runners Club meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:00 pm, except as announced.
North Domingo Baca Center - Rm 5
7521 Carmel NE
(off Wyoming NE north of Paseo del Norte)
Several times during the week, Club members assemble for group runs to advance the social nature of the sport. We invite people of all abilities to participate. Check out the schedule, and be sure to contact the person listed for details.
Our time-handicapped fun runs are free and are designed to equalize participants of different speeds. Each runner or walker is assigned a start time: a slower-paced runner will start earlier than a faster-paced runner. These are all-comers events!
The six-month handicap series begins in November and runs through April. A free pair of shoes is awarded to the points winner for the series.
Kelley Garcia presents four stops on the tour. Everyone welcome to participate!
Women-in-Training is a 10-week program to prepare beginning women runners, run-walkers, and walkers for their first 5K, the Women's Distance Festival in July. All levels are welcome to participate.
The Albuquerque Road Runners have adopted a very useful stretch of bike/pedestrian trail on the West Side, and twice a year a cleanup day is scheduled. Members are urged to volunteer.