Get To Know Your Running Club - Brighton Bangers

Get to Know Your Running Clubs - Brighton Bangers Running Club

In this edition of Get to Know Your Running Clubs we chatted with Seth Wolfman, President of the Brighton Bangers Running Club and Founder of HubRunner TV.

Want to learn more about them? Read on!


Tell us a bit about your club history, how long has the club been around?

We have been around 5 years in April and have grown to over 450 members!

Tell us a bit about your membership? What level of runners do you cater to?

We have runners of all abilities from new 5K runners to ultramarathoners, and all speeds.

Where/when does your club usually meet/run?

We meetup on Wednesdays. 

What part of the city does your group usually run in/around?

Oak Square in Brighton.

Any cost to be a member/join?

Being in the Bangers is free! All you have to do is show up.

Is your group affiliated with any events?

We have organized a big 5K in Brighton for three years called the Brighton Bangers 5K. It's a great party along the river every September in conjunction with Community Rowing's Rumble on the River Regatta!

Any cool routes/ favourite areas to run in your city that you would like to recommend to other runners? Why do you like those?

As long as it starts and ends in Brighton, we branch out all over from there.

Do you have any favourite local races? 

We love the VERT Sasquatch, 26x1 Club Challenge Marathon Relay, and the Cambridge 5K series.

Anything else that we should know?

The Bangers have an amazing balance of being social and open to all, supporting each other in our running goals, and giving back to our community. The Bangers are the biggest and best thing going in Brighton!

Want to learn more?

Want to connect with the Brighton Bangers Running Club in Boston, or just learn a bit more about them? Check out their information below:

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram 

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Published on Mar 30, 2017