62 Races you Should Run in June

62 Races you Should Run in June

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Memorial day is a day Americans honor those who have served in the Armed Services. It’s a day filled with parades, potato salad, and picnics. Some Minnesotans go to the cabin, while others stay home and grill. For many, it also signals the first day of summer.

Since it seems we’ve skipped spring and are headed right into summer, you may not have your summer races lined up yet. Lisa Fenske, one of our new writers, compiled the list below. It highlights many of the exciting and challenging races in and around the Twin Cities this June. Lisa says, “Find a race that is near your home or venture out and try a course across town. No matter what you choose, you are bound to have a great time!

June 1, Saturday

June 2, Sunday

June 5, Wednesday

  • Beer Run! (Minneapolis)
    • Does running a not-time 5k while sampling Minneapolis’ finest brews sound like the perfect race for you? Participate in this second annual event in the warehouse district of downtown Minneapolis.

June 7, Friday

June 8, Saturday

June 12, Wednesday

  • Twin Cities Summer Trail Running Series #1 (Eagan)
    • The 2013 edition of the Twin Cities Trail Running Series kicks-off with a 5k on June 12 at 7pm. The series will continue with 3 more races on June 26, July 10 and July 24. Run on a trail and experience a good mix of hills, flats, ski-trail, single track, grass, dirt, sand, and maybe some mud.

June 14, Friday

June 15, Saturday

June 16, Sunday

June 18, Tuesday

June 21, Friday

  • CitySolve Urban Race (Minneapolis)
    • Ever want to be on “The Amazing Race”? This race allows you to experience the thrill of solving clues and navigate the magic city. Create a team of 2-4 people to join in on the fun.

June 22, Saturday

June 23, Sunday

June 26, Wednesday

June 28, Friday

June 29, Saturday

Which races are you running this June?

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Nathan Freeburg

Senior Consultant at Leadership Vision Consulting
Nathan currently lives in Portland, but works in Minneapolis and runs wherever he is. Favorite Minnesota running route is anything that takes him along the Mississippi River.

Nathan started running when he was 14. 20+ years later, he's still going. When he's not running, he enjoys exploring the city with his son, finding new restaurants with his wife, traveling, or backpacking.

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