The 2020 course maps:
The 2020 Detroit Riverfront Run has gone virtual so the course is whatever you make it. We suggest using Map my run to make a route in your own community. We’ll provide a few route options in late May for those of you who want to do the virtual race using the RiverWalk and Dequindre Cut.
2019 Race Photos:
1. How can I sign up for the events?
Online registration is now available here!
2. What are the age limits for the races?
There are no age limits. We encourage participants of all ages to join us.
3. Are the race events walker friendly?
Yes the Virtual event is a Run/Walk and we will have plenty of participants that will walk. We just ask that you spend a few hours outside supporting your Detroit Riverfront.
4. Are there refunds if I cannot attend?
The 2020 Riverfront Run has gone virtual. All registered participants will be mailed their race packet – which includes their bib, medals and t-shirt. There will not be any refunds.
5. Are baby joggers or strollers or pet dogs allowed during the race?
Run/Walk with whoever or whatever motivates you!
6. Are headphones (iPods, mp3 players, etc) allowed during the race?
We’ll be releasing a special Virtual Riverfront Run playlist on Spotify, so pump up those Detroit jams. Please be careful if you choose to run with headphones.
7. When is the last day to register?
The last day to register online is:
Wednesday, June 3 at 6:00 pm EST.
1. How will I receive my race packet?
Race packets including your bib, tech t-shirt and medal will be mailed to you in early June, with the mailing address you gave when you registered. To check that mailing address, please email email@example.com or use the runner look up button on the home page.
2. I didn’t receive my packet yet?
If you haven’t received your packet by June 20th, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
1. What if I still want to run/walk on the RiverWalk?
We’re asking you to choose any day in June if you want to use the RiverWalk for your Virtual Race. For safe physical distancing, please only run/walk maintain 6 feet between you and other guests and wear a face mask if possible.
2. Where is Parking?
Parking has been limited on the Detroit RiverWalk, as we deal with trying to increase the physical distance between visitors. Street parking is available on Atwater Street and the surrounding park areas. The parking lots at Cullen Plaza, Gabriel Richard Park and Mt. Elliott will have intermittent closures to maintain capacity.