A Runner's Circle
3216 Los Feliz Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90039
Fax: (323) 661-8972
Parking: Street, Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Price Range : Average
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A Runner's Circle is more than a running store, it is the epicenter for the running community on LA's east side. They have a great selection of shoes, a super-helpful staff and competitive prices. Beyond that they host weekly fun runs, running clinics, weekend workouts, raffles, ... They also sponsor a number of other local running events and are always there to help.
10/15/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Their Logo is "" We make running easier.."" They should add ""We make running FUN.."" Their Thursday fun runs and various events make running more than healthy but actually worth doing. They support different charities and eco friendly events!! They also provide hydration stations to the Griffith Park- Los Feliz area runners!! Oh did I mention the same awesome group also has a running store...
these guys were awesome! I always had knee problems from running. after some pointers to prevent and repair my troubled knees they pulled out a few shoes and had me try them all on. they knew what they were talking about and put me in some shoes with support (which i apparently needed). the ones i picked out initially weren't working my first run. but they assured me that they would get better and my body just had to get used to them so i gave them a chance. a few runs later, the shoes broke in, and i had no more knee issues. happy to say i just finished my 2nd marathon in vegas and i can thank a runner's circle helping me ""go the distance"". the really do ""make running easier!""
06/21/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I couldn't tell you if the shoes were great or not.
I was ignored and then given attitude by the 2 teenagers who finally broke away from their conversation to even find out what I needed.
If these kids are the ""experts"" on fitting me for running shoes, then I would rather go barefoot.
I took my business to ""A snails pace"" to be fitted by people who actually cared.