New Members

Knox Roadrunners welcome people of all abilities over 18 years old.
We are a not-for-profit club who donate any profits we do make to the local community.


We value fellowship over performance, but celebrate our successes at the same time supporting each other to reach our own personal goals.


If you want to run fast, far or just to meet new friends we may be right for you so come and give us a try.”


One of the Club Objectives, within the constitution is to annually donate an amount of money as agreed at the AGM to a charitable organization that has been nominated at the discretion of the Committee.


These donations are usually paid not long after the Annual Memberships have been received factoring in any expenses expected for the year.


If there are any funds left at the end of the Club year we will look to make a further donation to our given charities.

In the past few years we have donated to two local organisations:
Biala Ringwood – Biala Ringwood provide a respite program that is designed to give parents of children with additional needs (0 to 6 years) one day a week relief.



We ask that you can confidently run 8km at 6mins/k pace, without any walking breaks, when you join us. Of course we have groups of recovering runners who may run (or walk) more slowly than this. If you currently find 6m/km challenging, give us a call and discuss your current fitness level before despairing.


Membership costs $65 to join and $50 every year after. First year includes a Knox Singlet. Membership includes a weekly long run (accurately measured and vehicle supported), post-run hot shower and tea/coffee, subsidised bus travel to major events such as Puffing Billy, and subsidised social events.


Weekly runs start at 6am on Saturdays (rain, hail or shine) from our club rooms in Marie Wallace Park Bayswater.  Our runs range from 10k to 35k, with distances increasing steadily between May and October in preparation for the Melbourne Marathon and Half Marathon. There are 2-3 distance options every week.


All runners must follow road rules and look out for fellow members.  Our course changes weekly and require you to ‘stay on course’. It is every runner’s responsibility to ensure they are familiar with the course to avoid relying on others or becoming lost. The routes are published on our Facebook page each week and are available in gpx format for your navigation device. First Aid is available on all runs.


Active Members


Yearly Marathons