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Registration Open for NCRC's Spring Forth — April 22-29
Registration is now open for NCRC's Spring Forth, our unique scavenger run photo challenge. It's a great way to celebrate spring and nature while contributing to two worthy organizations: Girls on the Run of the Triangle and the City of Oaks Foundation! You can easily win more value in a prize or prizes than you pay for registration. We give you 10 categories of photos to take of places where you run or walk. If you post photos on our event website in at least seven of the categories over the eight days of the event (April 22-29), you win a $10 credit to eligible Capstone Event Group races and become eligible to enter our gift prize drawing on April 30 (click the Donors tab to see who's contributing this year). A new addition this year is a kickoff event on April 21 at Raleigh's Lake Lynn Park (click the Calendar tab for details and to RSVP). Spring Forth registration ends at 11:59 p.m. EDT on April 21.
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Welcome to NCRC
Welcome to the North Carolina Roadrunners Club, commonly known as NCRC! We're a nonprofit organization that's a member club of the Road Runners Club of America, one of 23 RRCA clubs in North Carolina. We're based in Raleigh, where our club began in 1979 (see the About NCRC tab for more details). NCRC hosts three races each year, ranging in length from 5K to half-marathon, and holds two annual fund-raising events (see the NCRC Races/Events tab for details). Benefits of becoming a club member include race and in-store discounts, a bimonthly online newsletter, and a member rewards program. We also hold social runs and other events throughout the year (see the Calendar tab). All runners and walkers are welcome to join us! If you're new to the Triangle, check out Triangle Running Websites under the Resources tab.
White Oak Greenway Social Run — Sunday
For our March social run, we'll meet at 2 p.m. on Sunday afternoon at the Bottle Theory Craft Beer and Wine store next to the White Oak greenway in Apex. After a group photo, we can take off for a 2-mile walk or a 3- or 4-mile run on the greenway. If you head west on the greenway, it connects to the American Tobacco Trail. After returning, we can enjoy refreshments and socialize at Bottle Theory, which has outdoor seating. Those who are running the Tobacco Road Marathon or Half Marathon the weekend before can reminisce about your race. 
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Special Club Member Deals Page
If you join the North Carolina Roadrunners Club, you can get access to special race and store discounts, including an online discount for the new Raleigh-based Swivel Bottle and race discounts for the NCRC Classic and Second Chance Pet Adoption's Racing for Rescues. These discounts are listed on our website and are accessible on a single webpage. Anyone can view the discount offers on the Club Deals page under the Resources tab of this website, but you must sign in as a member to access the discount codes and offer details (by clicking on Claim Offer). The in-store discounts require proof of membership, either printed from this website or shown on your smartphone.
NCRC Classic Race — Sunday, May 21
If you're up for a challenging course in a park setting, join us for the NCRC Classic Half-Marathon & 10K in Umstead State Park! Registration is now open for the May 21 race, the second of three NCRC races this year. The out-and-back courses for the half marathon and 10K will both start near 3000 Weston Parkway in Cary. The main beneficiary of the race is the Umstead Coalition. If you're unable to run the race, please help as a volunteer!

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