Out of an abundance of caution, and for the safety and health of our Reds Race fans, Reds Race will not be held in 2021.

We look forward to a renewed running and walking spirit when Reds Race returns in 2022.

Stay healthy and vigilant with masks and social distancing until we beat COVID-19.

KEEP RUNNING!



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REDS RACE 2022 REGISTRATION WILL OPEN IN JANUARY 2022



Reds Race for a Better Community is a timed 5 mile road race and an untimed 2.4 mile walking course. The event is open to anyone who wants to run or walk to raise money for six local non-profits who provide important services in Strafford County, and to anyone who just wants to have fun and be a part of the spectacle!

Participants include serious runners, recreational joggers and walkers, individuals, groups, families and community members of all ages and abilities. It’s a challenging and beautiful course and a historic annual event that brings the community together for a great cause and a good time. Reds Race is the second race in the popular Dover Race Series, and it’s a great way to get outside, shake off winter and celebrate Spring.

Last year's event turned out over 1,000 walkers and runners from all over New Hampshire! Be sure to register early. Don’t miss the fun!

Reds Race is proud to be part of the popular
Dover Race Series!



Reds Road Race proceeds benefit these local non-profits who help
organize the race and also provide volunteers to help conduct the race:

Community Action Partnership of Strafford County

Community Partners

Dover Adult Learning Center

Monarch School of New England

Seymour Osman Community Center

Woodman Park Elementary Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO)

REDS RACE BENEFICIARIES

These non-profits help organize Reds Race and provide volunteers to work the event. They also provide critical support services to Strafford County residents. Click on their logos to learn more about the important work they do in your community!