The London Run Clubs You Need to Know About

Clocking up the miles, week in, week out can be a lonely game. A good solo run is often a great source of solace, but it can also make it pretty tough to get out there. So, for any runners in need of a like-minded community to re-ignite their motivation and make pounding the pavements a little more fun, here’s some of the best in London. They might even promise you a slap-up brunch or a pint at the end!

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Adidas Runners

The Adidas Runners club is the brand’s awesome running community that is open to all abilities and backgrounds. They hold various sessions every week, which take place at multiple locations throughout the city – so whether your alliance is based north or south of the river, they’ve got something for you.   

Head to the club’s Facebook group for more info.


Track Life x Pullman London St Pancras

Our friends at Track Life have partnered with Pullman Hotels to bring you an athlete inspired run club, led on a monthly basis from now until June, (5th February, 19th March, 9th April, 7th May, 25th June). Starting in Regents Park, after the session, they’ll head back to the hotel for refreshments & a live Q&A session with wellness experts and athletes.

To get involved, email to secure your spot!


Run Like Hells

What could be better than a social run that ends at Camden Brewery Bar with a free beer? Well, that’s exactly what you’ll get from joining Run Like Hells’s weekly run. Starting at the brewery, it’s open to runners of all abilities, and will end with a free beer on the finish line! If you’re a pro runner they’ll push you to your limits, but there’ll also be plenty running at a relaxed pace.  

Click this link to join their 6:45 pm run every Wednesday up through Parliament Hill. 


Run Dem Crew

Run Dem Crew was founded by Charlie Dark by 2007, a renowned DJ, poet and writer. Their ethos is about rolling music culture, running, youth mentoring and community all into one awesome movement. The crew runs sessions in Bank, Old Street and Stratford with Gymbox.

Head to their website to find out more.


Midnight Runners

You’ll likely have seen the Midnight runners taking the streets of London after hours, with speakers in hand to motivate your run. The turn-out is always massive and their central London routes usually take you past some of the city’s biggest icons. Oh, and don’t worry, their weekday runs take place at more respectable, post-work times!

How to join: Just show up to their events listed on their Facebook page.


London Brunch Club

If you’re anything like us, there’s nothing that motivates your run more than the promise of a slap-up brunch! The London Brunch Club is an awesome community, led by knowledgeable running coaches, and volunteer pacers. As well as their great training plans and fun running routes, they also

each weekly Sunday long run finishes with brunch at a different café or restaurant in London! Perfect for getting to know everyone and getting a well-earned refuel.

Head to their website to join their mailing list & finding out how you can get involved.


UN1T Run Club

Formed by one of our favourite gyms in the city, the UN1T run club is great for anyone based in London Bridge who wants to incorporate a little more cardio or wants some help prepping for a weekly run. Lead by coach Gee, the distance and pace vary each week to keep your body guessing! 

Head to their website to book in. 


Good Gym

The running community those who want to do a little good, whilst doing a little good for themselves, too. What makes Good Gym different is that they’re a community of runners that stop off on their runs to do physical tasks for community organisations, as well as supporting isolated older people with social visits and to support with tasks they can’t manage on their own. That smug runners high has never felt so good!

Head to their website to find out more.

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