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Rhode Runner Inc.


657 North Main St. Providence, RI

T. 401.831.6346     E. staff@rhoderunner.net

Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-7pm, Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 12pm-5pm

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Rhode Runner Inc.


657 North Main St. Providence, RI

T. 401.831.6346     E. staff@rhoderunner.net

Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-7pm, Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 12pm-5pm

Blackstone Blvd 5k Fun Run

Mission Statement

At Rhode Runner, we are devoted to keeping you running and walking in the greatest comfort possible. Our Goal is to guide every customer in making the best buying decisions. 

The relationships we develop with the community and our customers are our greatest investment.

Since 2001 it has been our pleasure to support the fitness community by carrying the best shoes and clothing available. We have continued to support local camps, host clinics, support races and sponsor area running clubs all around Southern New England.

Irish 5k

Navigant 1/2 

Blackstone Blvd 5k fun Run

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Fitting Process


At Rhode Runner we provide every customer with an in-depth fitting process. This includes a gait analysis, along with a foot evaluation to find the proper support and fit.

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Fitting Process


At Rhode Runner we provide every customer with an in-depth fitting process. This includes a gait analysis, along with a foot evaluation to find the proper support and fit.

At Rhode Runner we take the time to look at your gait to determine what level of support you need in your shoes.  Be prepared to remove your shoes for us and take a walk or run down our indoor track!  We'll determine how much over-pronation you have and find the shoe that supports your foot properly.  

Once we determine what level of support you need our next step is finding the proper fit.  We'll measure your foot and analyze your foot shape to find a shoe that fits.  Our fitting process takes 20-30 mins as we'll have you try multiple shoes on to find the most comfortable pair for you.  You'll be on the Rhode in no time! 

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The Staff


What makes Rhode Runner truly different is the dedicated and hard working staff.  They are committed to finding you the proper footwear, apparel and gear to get you start on the right foot...and the left.

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The Staff


What makes Rhode Runner truly different is the dedicated and hard working staff.  They are committed to finding you the proper footwear, apparel and gear to get you start on the right foot...and the left.

Patrick Moulton

General Manager

Our fearless leader...

Our fearless leader...

Patrick is an integral part of Rhode Runner.  He's our fearless leader, our ships captain, our unstoppable force. He's also the friendliest gentleman you'll ever meet.  Well schooled in the latest and greatest shoe technology he's the man who picks what you see on the wall.  His running career has spanned decades, a PC grad and Olympic Trials qualifier in the Marathon if you have any questions about running he's the man to ask!   

Jason Ashley

Weekend Manager

Straight from Kentucky, don't let Jason's laid back style fool you this man knows what he's talking about.  He's our weekend warrior and manages the crew on the two toughest days of the week.  Well traveled and friendly you can ask Jason about running in Kentucky or Australia...Jay ran all throughout High School and still enjoys the sport on a regular basis.  

Beth Midwood

Apparel/Store Manager

The one on the left...

The one on the left...

Beth is our fashion forward fashionista.  Well versed in the latest style trends she purchases our apparel and sports bras.  The apparel you see on the floor she is responsible for. She is also our store manager and keeps the other employees in line (not that we need it ;)  Beth has run 5 marathons and 11 half marathons so if long distance running is your bag Beth is the lady to see! 

Christine Lonergan

Head Sales Associate

Married to the handsomest man on the staff, Christine is not only smart when it comes to marrying the right man she also knows a thing or two about footwear, apparel and sports bras.  She's our beginning runner group assistant coach, our Wednesday night group leader and resident artist (our beautiful in-store calendar is all thanks to her!)  Her artistic flair is appreciated especially when it comes to picking shoe/apparel colors! 

Eric Lonergan

Marketing Manager

The one on the right...

The one on the right...

Eric manages our marketing initiatives and website (he's the one typing this!).  You'll see Eric out at the latest 5k or Half Marathon either set up under a tent or on the starting line with you.  He'll be at your next corporate health fair or visiting your local fitness center espousing how great a good pair of running shoes can feel! In college Eric ran the 1500 and has since grown to compete in local 5ks and Half Marathons...We can't quite convince him to try the Marathon.

Peter Bortolotti

Shoeologist/Fit Guru

Peter is the foundation of Rhode Runner.  He has experience working inside of the industry and out.  Known affectionately as the "shoeologist" Peter is known to solve even the toughest foot issues.  He's worked for Saucony, Converse and Reebok, we're glad he's decided to work here and help us step up our game

Jim Morris

Business Development Manager

Jim is the elder statesman of Rhode Runner wise beyond his years Jim has run around the block a few times.  Jim's role at Rhode Runner focuses on organizing Lunch n' Learns at local business, implementing sofa to 5k programs and "developing business!" He's a track official, a Wamponaug road runner, a granddad and a great employee!  

Hunter Stewart

Running Marketing Coordinator

Coach Hunter leads our race team and directs our Wednesday night group run. He'll be the one on the chair shouting out directions, and pairing you up for your run!  His run club weekly newsletters are the stuff of legend and blog posts are a sought after commodity.  You'll see Hunter out leading the Beginning Runner Group on Blackstone Blvd and at the local 5ks, be sure to give him a shout...but avoid standing on chairs while doing it...that's his thing.