Special Club Member Discounts Page
If you join the North Carolina Roadrunners Club, you can get access to special race and training discounts, including one to all 2022 Fit & Able Productions races. These discounts will now be listed on our website and accessible to members on a single webpage. Members who sign in to this site can go to the Resources tab and click on Club Member-Only Discounts.  
Run for the Roses (Registration is open!) — Sunday, Feb. 13
Registration is now open for Run for the Roses, one of the oldest 5Ks in the Triangle. The race will take place Sunday, Feb. 13 at 2 p.m. at Dorothea Dix Park in Raleigh. Every female finisher receives a red rose in this race, which is now in its 41st year. A special treat for this running of the race will be a chance to run past some bronze winged sculptures in the park.
Adopt-a-Highway for 4Q 2021 — Saturday, Dec. 18

Let’s talk trash — pickin’ up trash, that is! For almost 20 years, the North Carolina Roadrunners Club has been keeping clean the 1-mile stretch of Millbrook Road in Raleigh going from Shelley Lake to Creedmoor Road. Come join other volunteers for a fun, social morning! It’s some of the easiest NCRC volunteer points you can earn! Fashion-trending safety vests, bags, gloves, and post-pickup refreshments provided! (NCDOT requires that volunteers must be at least 12 years old and that children 12-17 be supervised by an adult at least 21 years old.) We will meet in the parking lot at the Sertoma Arts Center / Shelley Lake at 9:00 a.m. to get organized!

It’s no problem staying socially distant while picking up trash! And the sunshine and time outside will be good for you! Please bring a face mask or bandana just in case it makes others feel more comfortable — and it may come in handy if you find trash that stinks!

Usually there are some juices, coffee and snacks afterwards back at the Sertoma Arts Center / Shelley Lake parking lot after the cleanup! Stick around and socialize if you can!

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