Who: All runners. Fast, slow, strollers, you name it! What: An hour of total running, out and back on the southern portion of the York Rail Trail Where: Park and meet by the cabooses that rest beside the Rail Trail Cafe in New Freedom. This time around, the group will start running NORTH toward the town of Railroad. When: The FIRST THURSDAY of the month. … Continue reading New Group Run: FIRST THURSDAYS!
IT’S BEACH SEASON, BABY!!! To run or not to run at the beach, that is the question! Let’s tackle each possible answer. So you’re not gonna run while you’re at the beach, huh? SLACKER. YOU SHOULD FEEL BAD ABOUT YOUR BAD CHOICE. YOU WILL FALL INTO A STATE OF UNFITNESS FROM WHICH YOU WILL NEVER RECOVER. (Editor’s note: None of this is true, and I am … Continue reading The Beach: To Run or Not to Run…
The York Road and Ridge Runners are looking for some help from our members and the running community at large. Here’s what we’ve got cooking… Trail Maintenance on the Mason Dixon Trail Who: Anyone that loves our local trails. Also, ultra runners looking for volunteer hours! What: Bridge repair work on the Mason Dixon. WHEN: SATURDAY, MAY 22nd @9:00AM Where: Otter Creek Campground Contact: Email … Continue reading YRRC Volunteer Opportunities!
If you’re a local runner, you’ve no doubt spent some time on the award-winning York Rail Trail. If you’re a local RACER, you’re most likely familiar with the fact that the YRRC holds 3 events (the John Rudy 5 Miler, Indian Rock 10K, and York White Rose Run) that utilize the Rail Trail. It’s the YCRTA build the amazing Rail Trail sections for our events, … Continue reading Help the Rail Trail Win Some $$$!
Don’t know about Girls on the Run? I’d encourage you to check out their information at girlsontherun.org. A little bit of info straight from the source… Girls on the Run is an after-school program designed to inspire girls of all abilities to recognize and embrace their inner strength. Lessons emphasize the important connection between physical and emotional health. Through safety modifications and virtual programming, dedicated and … Continue reading Girls on the Run Needs Your Help!
Have ya’ll heard about this little website called RunPA.org? Well, they’re starting to get into the business of organizing running events. Next up? A KIDS RACE right in our back yard! Check it… RunPA Kids is also having a Kids Trail Run 1 mile and 2 mile on Saturday May 15th for kids 12 and under. It’s being held at the Lancaster County Park at Pavilion … Continue reading One for the KIDS!
The club is looking to expand our list of group runs. As it currently stands, the majority of the listed group runs are of the trail variety. We’d like to offer some paved options as well. If you organize a group run of any size and would be willing to share the details with the running community at large, let us know by contacting the … Continue reading Group Runs?!
Hello YRRC members, Happy Daylight Saving Time! As someone who runs more so in the evening after work, I’ve been looking forward to this switch, but after thinking about it some, I can see how the later sunrise might be a bummer to early morning runners. Regardless, keep moving forward toward your goals and training for any events you have coming up this year. Candidates … Continue reading March News and Announcements!
Thirteen+ miles. Four burritos. One ridiculously fun afternoon! Here’s what Eric Ferree, YRRC VP and event organizer, had to say about the event… What gave you the idea for this ridiculous run? I love all forms of running, from serious road racing for time to the grueling endurance trail challenges highlighting type 2 fun; and throughout all these experiences, I’ve benefited by the organizational efforts … Continue reading The 1st Annual Roburrito’s Run was a HUGE Success!
Hello YRRC members, We’re in the second month of the year and winter is still here by all means. Hopefully that hasn’t hampered your fitness goals too much. On a positive note, with apologies to anyone liking winter, for 2 weekends in a row now I’ve seen robins (an entire flock of them this past weekend.) So perhaps spring isn’t too far away after all! … Continue reading February News and Announcements!