We are a 37 year old nonprofit running club that is dedicated to promoting running as a sport and fitness exercise in the Lewis-Clark valley. We provide opportunities to run, companionship, and encouragement for experienced and non-experienced runners. The club consists of people of all running abilities: the casual jogger to the serious marathoner. We also welcome walkers to join us for our weekly runs/walks and our club sponsored running events.
Want to start out the week on a good note? Then join the Striders for a hill repeat workout. We meet most Mondays at 5:00 p.m. at Chestnut Beach Park in Clarkston to run hill repeats. Run or walk at your own pace or in a group while you chat about the day’s events. We usually run or walk no more than a short hour before dinner. Note – In the winter, we often park at the Asotin County PUD parking lot and run or walk the Scenic Way hill. The pathway is a well lighted half-mile climb up to Appleside in the Clarkston Heights.
We like to run!
We like to drink!
We like to run 4 beer I think...
Riverport Brewery Parking lot
in Clarkston behind Walmart
Every Wednesday night
6:30 is the time
(7 p.m. during the heat of summer)
Do not be late -
First we run, then we hydrate!
This is our weekly social run/walk along the Snake River Greenbelt Trail. Start time for a 3 to 5 mile run/walk is 8:00 a.m. Longer distance runners start at 7:00 a.m. Meet at the Clarkston confluence parking lot at 100 Fair St.
We meet afterward around 9:00 a.m. at the Clarkston McDonalds for coffee and/or breakfast. Enjoy the camaraderie and meet new people who like to stay in shape.
St. Pat's Day Run
Our 2016 St-Patrick’s Day 5K & 10K runs were a great success. We couldn’t have asked for better weather. 194 participants completed the timed runs. We had a large number of families this year, some with their pets. We want to thank all of you for your participation, and for your patience as our LCSC timing crew worked through some technical difficulties. Thanks go out to the LCSC timing crew itself for being ready to deal with the issue. Additional thanks to all our volunteers, to include Col Helflin’s Clarkston High School JrROTC crew who handled our water stations and traffic safety. Run Safe & Run Long.
The Edge of Hell
Edge of Hell run was a great success this year. Ideal weather conditions greeted runners with sun and clouds and perfect running temps. A total of 150 runners participated this year, making this the biggest Edge of Hell run so far. Thanks to all the runners who came out and also to the volunteers who made this race happen. A big thank you to Debbie Whiteley and Tom Callery for being co-race directors with a special shout-out to All Coons for designing the great t-shirts.
Welcome To Our New Website
As you may have noticed, we have recently upgraded our website. Please bear with us as we finalize the design and functionality of the site. If you are looking for past year's results, we are adding those gradually, so if you don't see the past race you are looking for, come back and visit later. In the meantime, if you have any feedback on the new site, or notice any errors (typo's, broken links, etc.), or if you have any great pictures taken at a Striders event that you think might be good for our website, please contact our new webmaster, Catherine.
2016STRIDERS ANNUAL RUN CALENDAR
All students under 18 are just $2 for Strider runs only (no shirt) unless the event is chip timed. Ages 5 and under are FREE for Strider runs. Walkers, strollers and pets welcome!
14mayRUN FOR THE HILL OF IT
Join us for the 29th annual race up Lewiston's Old Spiral Highway! This 8 mile course features 2000 feet of elevation gain. Check-in and late registration from 8:00am at 313 W 22nd St. in North Lewiston.
For more information, contact our race director Hannah Gibbs
25juneMT. MISERY RELAY RACE
Asotin Creek Park, Asotin Washington to River Park, Troy Oregon
Saturday, June 25, 2016, 8:00 a.m. An Interval Relay Race is a team event where runners choose to run distances of personal choice, instead of the standard method of running designated legs between exchange points. Runners may exchange the baton at any time, or any order, running as short, or as long a distance as you may desire. This makes for more team participation, with strategies like putting fast runners on the flats, strong runners on the hills, and sprinters near the finish.
For more fun run options that may not be on our calendar of events, click on the LC Warriors and support our local nationally ranked men’s and women’s team. Your participation of their fun runs provide support, scholarships, and other aid to the LC college cross country program. In turn, through their Warrior Race Management Services, they provide a service that helps with putting on some of our events. Go Warriors!