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Our Initiatives

TCM’s Run Curious Series is free and open to anyone. Our goal is to make running accessible to all and provide new runners a solid foundation to start their journey.  

Development and Education

Our goal is to seek and build relationships with experts, community leaders and existing run clubs to lead programming and community unity. 

Social Programs

From Shakeout Runs to Marathon training, we will provide race training and education for runners of all backgrounds. 

Race Support

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Run Club Invite

The Twin Cities Motion Center will be open from 7:45 AM -10:30 AM on the 3rd Saturday of each month (except on May 18, due to our PNC Women Run the Cities Event) for Twin Cities Run Clubs and those interested in joining a club to drop in for water, restroom use, socializing and connecting with others in the Twin Cities running community. Come and go at your leisure, no registration required!

The Twin Cities Motion Center is located just across the street from paved trails along the Mississippi River! We're hoping you utilize this opportunity to meet folks from other clubs, share information and build relationships within the Twin Cities running community. 

2024 Run Club Invite Dates:

February 17 | March 16 | April 20 | May TBD | June 15 | July 20 | August 17 | September 21 | October 19 | November 16 | December 21

Motion Center Run/Walk Maps

Saturday, April 20
7:45 - 10:30 AM

April Run Club
Invite

Open to all Twin Cities Run Clubs, informal groups, solo run/walkers and those looking to join a club!  
The Twin Cities Motion Center will be open for stretching, water, restrooms and social use.  

Meet folks from other clubs and build relationships within the Twin Cities running community.

Location: The Motion Center
Saturday, April 20
9:00 - 11:30 AM

Earth Day Plogging Run/Walk

Celebrate Earth Day with Twin Cities In Motion!

Invite your family, friends and lace up your sneakers for a run/walk while beautifying St. Paul! Twin Cities In Motion is an official kickoff location for St. Paul's 38th annual Citywide Spring Cleanup.  

Join us for a fun morning of activities and learn about TCM’s sustainability initiatives!  

Location: The Motion Center

COMING UP

5K Loop

  • Walk across Randolph to the trail and start left (northeast) towards downtown St. Paul

  • Run under the High Bridge and keep going

  • Once you pass City House (about 1.1 mile out on your left) look for the 4 sculptures at Upper Landing Park and take the path to the left after the 4th statue

  • Do almost a 180 and head back to the southwest on the trail along Shepard Rd. (toward the High Bridge)

  • At the stop light at Randolph Ave take a right onto Randolph Ave

  • Run down the hill to the start/finish line

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The TCM Motion Center exists to:

Invite

Welcome all runners and walkers regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, pace, shape, age, or income level to foster belonging, knowledge, and confidence.

Connect

Build relationships and collaborate with run clubs, community organizations, and partners throughout the Twin Cities area. 

Inspire

Develop lifelong movement habits for physical, social, and mental health as a community. 

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The Motion Center

Providing access, support, and education for the Twin Cities community to engage in fitness. 

THE MOTION CENTER ADDRESS:

355 Randolph Ave.

Suite 200

St. Paul, MN

55102

Whether you're new to motion, returning to motion, or continuing your motion journey, we want to connect.

The Motion Center is welcome to all!

Creating the Motion Center

In 2023, TCM moved into the Motion Center with the goal of expanding our programming and connecting with runners and walkers of all experience levels in the community.

Meet Our Motion Center Partners

Supporting rare cancer research and empowering all cancer survivors through physical activity.

Brave Like Gabe

Designed to enhance participants' social, emotional and physical skills to successfully navigate life experiences through interactive lessons.

Girls on the Run

Using the power of running to bring together people from diverse backgrounds to build connections, boost wellness, spark social change, and center people traditionally excluded from running spaces.

Mile in My Shoes

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