Sponsored Events - Madison

Berkeley's Sponsored Events - Madison Area

Is your event interested in partnering with the Berkeley Running Company? Contact info@berkeleyrunningcompany.com or call the store -- let's talk!

Berkeley is proud to sponsor these local events...

Run Crazylegs with Berkeley!
Saturday, April 29
Madison, WI

Spring really is just around the corner -- registration is now open for the 36th annual Crazylegs Classic! As always, the Berkeley Running Company will host a team for this incredible Madison tradition. To join Team Berkeley for Crazylegs 2017, follow these easy steps:

  1. Visit the Crazylegs registration site
  2. Choose "Team" registration
  3. Search for "Berkeley Running Company"
  4. Enter team password "Berkeley"
  5. Follow the instructions to complete the team registration process

Pi Mile Run
Saturday, April 1
Madison, WI

The Berkeley Running Company is excited to sponsor the 18th annual Pi Mile Run, hosted by the UW-Madison Tau Beta Phi chapter. Choose from a 5k or 10k course along the shores of Lake Mendota. All proceeds benefit OccuPaws, a guide dog association.

Mother's Day 5k
Sunday, May 14
Madison, WI 

Looking for a fun Mother's Day activity for an active mom? The Berkeley Running Company is proud to be a part of the Mother's Day 5k Run/Walk. Here are just a few of the perks that make this event extra special:
  • A rose for every finisher
  • Chocolate cake pops at the finish line
  • Super-soft event t-shirt
  • Proceeds benefit the Wisconsin Ovarian Cancer Alliance
  • Beautiful Madison course
  • Chip timing

Milwaukee Running Festival is now the MILWAUKEE MARATHON!
October 14-15, 2017
A big announcement from our good friend Chris Ponteri: the Milwaukee Running Festival is now the Milwaukee Marathon! PNC is now a title sponsor and the start/finish will be hosted at the Harley-Davidson Museum. The new race will feature the same course and events that have made it popular with runners of ALL levels. The exciting changes will help this fantastic event become a destination race that will draw runners from across the country. Way to go, Chris!