Deadline Detroit | Gallery: Detroit’s ‘We Run 313’ Club Mixes Fitness and Socializing (It’s Even Free)

Co-founder Joe Robinson, heart. (Photo: Darren Clark)

Every Tuesday in late afternoon, a run membership named We Run 313 meets for “Two-mile Tuesdays.”

Men and girls, younger and outdated, come to get train in Midtown Detroit. Parents carry youngsters, some in strollers. Founded by Joe Robinson and Lance Woods in 2019, the membership has been serving to the neighborhood get in form, with some even occurring to run full marathons.

The meetup is free, with merchandise sales to assist the trigger. The Tuesday run begins at 6 p.m. behind Yum Village at 6500 Woodward Ave., and stops in entrance of the Detroit Institute of Arts for a bunch picture, a chant and phrases of encouragement earlier than the run again to the start line. 

On Thursdays, the group meets for itrs 5k and 10k runs at 6:30 p.m. on the Dequindre Cut, 1801 Atwater St.

— Myron Watkins II

Photos by Myron Watkins II and Darren Clark

Photo by Myron Watkins II

(Photo: Darren Clark)

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