Adama and Jan Muench are shedding light on the culture of running, and everywhere else that their legs can take them with their new print magazine, Runaway. Read on to find out more about this delightful pair and their exciting new editorial.
The NYC running community is as diverse, unique and inspiring as any in the world. We open our doors as a “clubhouse” to any club, crew or group who desires to host runs or events -private or public- at either of our locations. At present, the following weekly runs* are scheduled out of our Park Slope location:
Wednesday, 6:30pm: Brooklyn Track Club
Thursday, 7pm: Dashing Whippets
Saturday, 9:00am: Brooklyn Track Club
Saturday, 9:30am: Badass Lady Gang
Sunday, 9:00am: Adidas Runners (Jessie Zapo)
1st Sundays, 10:30am: Trail Women BK
* please visit the respective groups’ websites (hyperlinked above) and/or social media channels to learn more about their respective missions and stories, or email us and we will be more than happy to advise based upon your preferences
Below we tell the compelling stories of runners who comprise this community. Our Community Spotlight initiative was born out of a desire to share our fellow runners’ passions and achievements with the intent of inspiring others.
The Big Brother Big Sisters NYC organization is a life shaping organization for many of New York’s youth and adults alike. Read on to find out a little more about the organization through the thoughts of two wonderful young ladies.
Darcy Budworth is a seasoned veteran of the NYC urban running scene. And a bit of a sweetheart. She has recently taken up the role of race director over her and her husband’s (Adam) Take the Bridge race series. Read on to learn more about her story, which is a microcosm of the evolution of the current urban running landscape in the NYC.
How long do running shoes last? It is an age-old question. We hear it every day. The answer typically provided by shoe retailers and manufacturers alike has been of the one-size-fits-all variety: “a typical running shoe should last 300-500 miles”. Zzzzzzzzzz. If someone tells you your shoe should last about 300-500 miles, well, that’s kinda lazy. And frankly, […]