Running is more fun in groups, but running groups are usually expensive to join. That’s what makes the Fleet Feet Pub Run so cool. The pub run is a free weekly event, so you can run with a group without spending any money. It takes off from the Uptown Brewing Company every Wednesday at 6 p.m. Head over, do some running, and grab a beer when it’s over.
Here’s what you need to know about the run.
Three Routes Available
You can get out and stretch your legs, or go on a real run with this group. There are 1, 3, and 5-mile routes available, and each option usually has runners. That means you won’t have to worry about starting and finishing on your own, no matter which route you take.
When you arrive, you will pick your route and then you’ll get a map. Use the map to navigate the route or just follow one of the other runners. Keep in mind that the routes change from time to time, so after you gain experience, you’ll still need to look at your map to ensure you’re going in the right direction.
If you don’t like paper maps, the routes are posted to Garmin Connect. You can use a Garmin Connect on your phone to follow the routes.
Everyone Is Welcome
You don’t have to be a seasoned runner to join the pub run, and you don’t need to go fast. You can push your child in a stroller, bring Fido along, or just come by yourself. It doesn’t matter if you walk or run. This is sure to be fun.
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Grab a Beer
The pub run finishes at Uptown Brewing Company, so stick around and grab a brew after it’s over. This place has a great atmosphere, and the beer is sublime. There are also pub games available, so maybe you can play a few with your new running friends.
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