In Store Registration

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Why do we offer in-store registration for so many races at BPRC?

• Because we want to help the community thrive and grow
• Because we want to make it easy for our friends to feed their running/walking habit
• Because we like saving money - signing up for races in person saves you the online fee

Sign up at any BPRC (unless otherwise indicated) for:



July 26 - Georgia Games Run For Life 5K/10K

In-store registratin ends at 8:00pm, Monday, July 21 at all BPRC stores except Kennesaw. You may continue to sign up in Kennesaw until 8:00pm on Friday, July 25th. Race packet pick-up takes place at our Kennesaw store from 4:00-8:00pm on the 25th. The Georgia Games is an Olympic style sports festival to help keep the Olympic Dream Alive, offering 50 different sporting events from archery to wrestling and everything in between.  We’re focusing Run For Life 5K/10K 5K. There is also a Health Walk 5K, 1 Mile Fun Run, and Tot Trot so there’s something for all the runners and walkers in your family! All proceeds benefit the Georgia Sports Foundation's fight against childhood obesity.  


July 26 - Heroes In Recovery 6K

In-store registratin ends at 8:00pm, Monday, July 21 at all BPRC stores exept Alpharetta. You may continue to sign up in Alpharetta until 7:00pm on Friday, July 25th. Race packet pick-up takes place at our Alpharetta store from 10:00am-7:00pm on the 25th. Presented by Foundations Atlanta, this unique 10K run/walk brings together people in recovery as well as their loved ones and supporters of the cause, in order to break the stigma surrounding addiction and mental health conditions.  The race takes place along the Chattahoochee at beautiful Riverside Park. Proceeds benefit MARR’s Right Side Up (RSU), offering long-term residential drug and alcohol treatment for women with dependent children under the age of 13. 


August 2 - 3rd Annual Red Top Roaster 3.1/9.9M

Our trail running buddies with Dirty Spokes Productions are at it again! “Ditch The City” and have a great off-road running experience suitable for beginners and seasoned trail runners alike. The terrain offers a very forgiving running surface, and is made up of a little bit of everything; rolling hills, double track, and minimal roots and rocks. The course utilizes Red Top Mountain’s Sweet Gum Trail, Homestead Trail, Campground Trail, Iron Hill Trail, and Visitor Center Loop Trail.  


August 2 - Button Down Dash 5K/10K

Have fun on a rolling course that starts and finishes on Sugarloaf Pkwy., loops around the Gwinnett Arena, and covers a mixture of business and residential roads without any major hills. Photographers will be at the ready as you cross under the finisher’s arch, so start practicing your best  “Power Pose”!  Enjoy post-race refreshments and the knowledge that you are helping Gwinnett County’s quest to become the healthiest county in the country.  Proceeds benefit various charities via the Charity Challenge. 


August 3 - Run For Wounded Heroes 5K

Time to sign up for another great race in the Kennesaw Grand Prix Series! You’ll start your run on main street in Downtown Kennesaw, visit some scenic neighborhoods and Swift Cantrell Park, before finishing back on Main St. As with all races in the series, you can expect a cool finisher’s T, and a great post-race celebration. Proceeds benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.


August 4 - Acworth Women's Sprint Triathlon

In-store registration is now closed. Online registration continues until August 27th. Race packet pick-up at BPRC Kennesaw on Tuesday, July 29th from 11:00am-6:00pm, and at BPRC Brookhaven on Thursday, July 31st from 11:00am-6:00pm. This women’s only race is the perfect 1st or 101st sprint triathlon experience! Sanctioned by USA Triathlon, (the national governing body for the sport of Triathlon), participants will swim: 400 yards, bike 13 miles, and top if off with a 5K run finishing on Main Street in Downtown Acworth.  This awesome event sells out every year, so you’ll want to sign up right away! Proceeds benefit Ovarian Cycle.


August 9 - 9th Annual Dog Days 5K Run

It’s hot out there! Why not embrace the summer heat and humidity at a 5K that starts just a few blocks away from BPRC Marietta! The East Cobb Rotary Club does a great job with this fun 5K run/walk, with proceeds benefiting local and international service projects of the East Cobb Rotary Club, and this is their biggest fund raiser of the year! There’s a 1K for the kiddies, a great looking Dog Days finisher’s T, and plenty of food and fluids to replenish you after the run.


August 23 - 6th Annual DI Dash 5K

This race is fun for the whole family! The 5K course is certified and is jog stroller friendly, and there is a 1K for the little ones. Digital Insurance is all about giving back to the communities where they operate. Proceeds benefit Children’s Healthcare Of Atlanta, an organization adopted by DI in 2007.


August 23 - 2014 Magnolia Run/Walk For Epilepsy 5K

The longest running fundraiser (31 years) for the Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia, you’ll enjoy a flat course at Perimeter Mall and the surrounding neighborhoods that is well suited for runners and walkers of all ages, speeds, and athletic abilities. It is also dog and stroller friendly, and offers a 1 mile fun run/walk a as well.  


August 24 - Hotlanta Half

Get your sweat on at this inaugural summertime half marathon. You’ll enjoy a great city course starting and finishing at Underground Atlanta, visiting the Beltline trail, Piedmont Park, plus other Midtown and Downtown neighborhoods. Our friends with ORION Racing think exploring cool places on a “Hotlanta” day makes for a great new tradition. 


August 30 - The ATL 20K Relay & 10K

Get your running buddies together and team up to run or walk a 20K relay through one of Atlanta’s coolest in-town neighborhoods. Teams of 4 each running a 5K leg, or teams of 2 each running a 10K leg can participate.  Or, if you want to go it alone, you have the option to run or walk either a 20K or 10K race. As part of the runningnerds series, you know there will be a tech-T, finisher’s medals, and a ton of giveaways and fun at the post-race celebration. 


August 31 - Celebrate Freedom 5K/10K

Kick off the Celebrate Freedom family festival with a 5K/10K taking place at Marietta’s Jim R.Miller Park. Presented by 104.7 The Fish, you’ll enjoy a family friendly race perfect for all levels of runners and walkers, and the race is jog strollers friendly. The post race party offers fun for everyone, and then you can hang out for the festival.


September 6 - Tortoise and the Hare Trail Half Marathon

Here’s something fun and new – a trail half marathon with a twist.  The plan is to have everyone, no matter the pace, finish at about the same time.  Your estimated finish time will determine your start time. The more time you need, the earlier you start!  The fastest runners (hares) still win, but they will have to navigate around the tortoises. The course offers up rocks and roots here and there, but is easy enough for beginning trail runners.  All participants will receive a custom finisher’s medal and a unique shirt in a different color for tortoises and hares. 


September 1 - Big Peach Sizzler 10K

We are once again honored to serve as title sponsor to this awesome race presented by Miles for Cystic Fibrosis. The course is super fast and super fun, with most of your running done on Peachtree. Fun details: •Timed and untimed option •Walker friendly at 15 min/mile pace •Stroller friendly •Team discounts •Great looking Saucony tech T •Free race entry with purchase of $75 in Saucony gear (in-store only) •Ridiculously HUGE finish line party with food, drink, vendors, and great music.

Proceeds benefit Miles for Cystic Fibrosis, an Atlanta based charity supporting organizations that benefit local families affect by Cystic Fibrosis, and scientific research aimed to control and cure this life-shortening disease. 


September 14 - Iron Horse 15K/5K Express

Do you need a loco-motive every time you sign up for a race? How about the next race in the Locomotive Race Series? The Iron Horse 15K & 5K Express offers a fast and fun route starting and finishing at Town Center Mall, and exploring the surrounding neighborhoods in between.  A finisher’s medal awaits all 15K participants. And of course, as with all races in this series, you can expect a tech T, good music, way too much food, and a major finish line party.  Proceeds benefit Miles For Cystic Fibrosis and Miles For Maria.


October 11 - Frogtown Trail Challenger 4/10Mile

This trail race offers a ribbeting running adventure! There’s a 4 mile, somewhat less arduous route, and the toadally tough 10 miler for the more adventurous.  The race directors promise, “…ditch jumping, log hopping, creek crossing, stream running, mountain climbing, branch dodging, trail trudging, mud meddling...!” Frogtown sells out every year, so you’ll want to sign up right away. Onsite camping with a bonfire and S’mores is available the night before.  Proceeds benefit the Cumming Civitan Club.


November 2 - The Anything Is Possible 5K

This party disguised as a 5K race starts at 1:50AM on the Sunday morning we turn the clocks back for Daylight Savings Time. In a way, you’ll finish before you start! TThe fast and flat race route is closed to car traffic so your nighttime run is safe, and the special effects makes it super fun.  Everyone participating will receive AIP pajama pants (instead of a T) and glow items. After the race there will be tons of food and great as you dance the night away at the biggest post-race party around.  Proceeds benefit Team Red, White, and Blue.



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