About RIRR

The Rhode Island Road Runners is the smallest state’s largest running club. Our members come in all ages, shapes, sizes, and skill levels. Despite the name, we even have a growing number of recreational and race walkers in our ranks.

RIRR has hosted an annual picnic in August and a holiday party in the winter for nearly as long as the club has been around. Over the years other events, volunteer opportunities, group runs and an annual awards banquet have become a core part of the club’s social make up. Ironman, Grand Prix, New England Cup and Hall of Fame awards currently give members fresh goals to work toward each year.

Even as the club continues to grow with new members, we are also proud to say that dozens of members have been part of RIRR for over 20 years. Join us today and become part of the smallest state’s largest running club!

Joining Rhode Island Road Runners is a way to expand your running or walking community. RIRR provides encouragement and promotes camaraderie among people of all ages with a common interest in running or walking, either competitively or recreationally. The club offers group runs throughout the state, opportunities, discounts for local races, club challenges, pacing, awards and much, much more.

Come have fun with other like-minded runners, walkers and weekend warriors. Welcome to the club!

Disclaimer:  This website and all information posted by the Rhode Island Road Runners (RIRR) is offered solely as a courtesy to the local running community, for the purpose of fostering and encouraging running in Rhode Island. Except as expressly stated otherwise on a case-by-case basis, RIRR is not responsible for hosting or managing any running, social or other event (including without limitation Pub Runs), and we do not accept any responsibility for any claims, losses, damages, injuries or other liabilities with respect to either the accuracy of the information posted, or arising out of any event listed or otherwise promoted by RIRR. Individuals participating in any posted event accept full responsibility, on behalf of themselves, their estate, beneficiaries and heirs, for their own activity, and accept the inherent risks potentially associated with any such activity, including without limitation any and all injuries, financial or other losses, and death. Any and all runners under the age of 18 are required to first obtain the permission of a parent or legal guardian, who shall agree to the foregoing terms and conditions on their behalf.