FIND YOUR HOKA RUN HUB

April 02, 2019

FIND YOUR HOKA RUN HUB

Joining your local running store's run club is a great way to meet other runners in your area; talk to locals about the best spots to run; plus get advice & learn about the new HOKA shoe models out there. 

FIND A HOKA RUN HUB IN YOUR AREA:

Run Hub

Start From

Day of Week

Meet Time

Description

Shoe Science Albany

15 Mercari Way, Albany, Auckland

Thursday

6.30pm

6.30 10km and 6.45 6km

Shoe Science Mt Eden

66 Mt Eden Road, Mt Eden, Auckland

Wednesday

6.30pm

5km and 10km up Mt Eden and back down

Shoe Science Takapuna

16 Anzac Street, Takapuna, Auckland

Wednesday

6.30pm

6.30 10km and 6.45 6km

The Frontrunner New Plymouth

25 Devon Street East, New Plymouth

Monday

5.30pm

Running and walking groups go for approx 50-60min in all weather conditions

The Frontrunner Colombo St Christchurch
363 Colombo Street, Christchurch
Tuesday & Thursday 6.00pm

HCU (Hill City University)

Emersons Brewery, 70 Anzac Ave, Dunedin

Thursday

5.00pm

45-1hour social run, followed by beer and fries

Shoe Clinic Dunedin

315 George Street, Dunedin

Monday

5.30pm

Social run 45mins -1 hour

The Frontrunner Timaru

300 Stafford St, Timaru Central, Timaru

Tuesday

6.00pm





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