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The Flyers Blog is up and running at full speed!  Stay tuned to enjoy posts featuring Flyers adventures, events, new members, race recaps, news, advice, humor and more!

See the newest Flyers Blog posts below.  Or search our archives by author or category on the old Flyer Blog site -- there are hundreds of posts, including:

  • Stories from back in the early days of Flyers History by co-founder Jonathan Buck and others.
  • Twenty different Long Training Run Routes -- many with maps and other details thanks to Richard G (a.k.a. Papa Bear).
  • And much much more. For the older Flyers Blog site, just click Here.

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Latest Posts

United Airlines NYC Half

Since its creation in 2010, and especially since it became a spring event in 2010 and it adopted its Brooklyn-to-Manhattan course in 2018, the NYC Half has become one of

Streaking with Emily Altman

As I sit down to write this blog post, it is Day 1,413 of my Covid-19 Running Streak. The odometer reads 15,366 miles.  DAY 1: MONDAY, MARCH 23, 2020 New York City was

Rock ‘n’ Roll in Arizona

January in NYC can be rough for us cold-averse runners!  The air can hit hard and the sun sets way too early.🥶Delightedly, I escaped the frigid temperatures for a long

Ted Corbitt 15K

4,740 runners were blessed with nearly perfect weather (50 degrees and 83 humidity) at the 15K, a race that honors the life and legacy of Ted Corbitt. Corbitt was a