An exciting new event will be taking place in the heart of Buffalo's new and developing Larkinville district!
Once known as The Hydraulics and later the home of The Larkin Soap Company, today the district is a mixed use community home to commerical office space, residential, restaurants, retail, & manufacturing, including Flying Bison Brewing.
The event starts and ends with live music and a post event party at our host sponsor, Flying Bison Brewery.
Pre-race events on Saturday will provide plenty to do prior to this run through historic Buffalo. And the post race party will be one of the best!
Water and aid stations provided throughout the course
Come join us on Saturday Aug 5 for the first of 2 parties! Live music by The Trend, Spinning by Revolution Studios, and much more! Pickup your Commemorative shirt and plan to stay for the festivities.
Check the schedule below for updates and events.
Stick around after the race to celebrate your accomplishment. Live music by local favorite Hit N Run, food, and refreshments.
Individual and Team Relay Awards
Here's what you can expect at Run716 presented by Univera Healthcare and hosted by Flying Bison Brewery.
Registration opens Feb 1, 2017.
Apr 1 - Jun 30: $55
Jul 1 - Aug 04: $65
Aug 5 - Aug 06: $75
Apr 1 - Jun 30: $90
Jul 1 - Aug 04: $105
Aug 5 - Aug 06: $120
Entries limited to 1750
Event Weekend Schedule
Saturday Aug 5
10:00am - 8:00pm: Packet Pickup Party and Events
1:00pm - 5:00pm: Live Music by The Trend
TBD: Revolution Studios Spinning Class
Sunday Aug 6
6:30am: Packet Pickup
7:30am: Race start
9:30am: Post Race party and live music by local favorite Hit N Run
Individual and Team
Overall: Top Male & Female
Age groups: Top 3 Male & Female
14 and under, 15-19; 20-24; 25-29; 30-34; 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80-84, 85 and over.
Relay Teams: 1st in category
All Female, All Male, Mixed, Corporate, High School, College, Military/First Responders
We love our volunteers!
Want to participate in all the great pre and post race celebrations but don't want to run? Then Volunteer! All our volunteers receive a volunteer shirt as well as entry to the post race celebration and pre-race packet pickup party.
Follow the link below to registration and select "Volunteer" on the left.
Located north of Downtown Buffalo at the intersection of Main and North Streets initially established in 1935. Most famous for being the birthplace of Chicken Wings known outside the Buffalo area as Buffalo wings.
Located at the intersections of Delaware Avenue, Court Street, Genesee Street, and Niagara Street, It is the central hub of Joseph Ellicott's original radial street pattern that he designed in 1804.
A historic redevelopment district that was once the western terminus of the Erie Canal. The Whipple Bridge, canalside ruins, and naval park and museum are just some of the attractions.
One of the most beautiful places in the City containing a waterfront path, private marina, public park, waterfront observation tower, restaurant and ice cream shop
Home to the only guided missile cruiser open to the public (USS Little Rock), a destroyer (USS The Sullivans), and a submarine (USS Croaker)
Flying Bison Brewing Company is a packaging brewery located in the city of Buffalo, and the first stand alone brewery to operate in the city proper since Iroquois Brewing closed
On the National Register of Historic Places, the place where President Grover Cleveland began his political career and the seat of County Government. It is an important example in Buffalo of High Victorian Gothic architecture, the preeminent style of the Gilded Age.
A consortium of the region's premier health care, life sciences research, and medical education institutions, all co-located on 120 acres at Main and High Streets, dedicated to creating a world class health, science, and innovation district.
Coca-Cola Field, home of the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons of the International League, was completed prior to the team's 1988 season. Still one of the largest parks in all of Minor League Baseball, the jewel of Downtown Buffalo continues to be the standard in the realm of sports stadiums.