Welcome to the 2021 Bradley Road Race! Due to the COVID pandemic, this year’s race will be a Virtual Fun Run. The Bradley Road Race always takes place on the last Saturday in March. This year, we encourage our runners to run 5K or 10K course of their choosing any time between Friday, March 26 and Sunday, March 28th. Unfamiliar with virtual racing? Don’t worry, sign up and you’ll receive the T-shirt and all the instructions

Join the fun. Form a team. Run with friends. Sport the T-shirt. Donate to the needy. Support the community. Post and share your photos and results. Visit the race registration site at RunSignUp for more information and to register or manage your registration.

We welcome Runners and Walkers of all Ages and Abilities. We offer divisions for athletes with disabilities and adaptive athletes (AWD) pursuant to the guidelines of the International Paralympic Committee for Track and Field. Those four divisions are: Physically Challenged, Push Rim Wheelchair, Hand-Crank/Hand-Cycle Wheelchair, and Visually Impaired.

This year’s race proceeds will benefit Channel 3 Kids Camp and Windsor Locks Lions Charities, Inc.

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This race — formerly known as the Bradley International Road Race — is hosted by the Windsor Locks Lions Club every year on the last Saturday in March. The proceeds of the race benefit Channel 3 Kids Camp and Windsor Locks Lions Charities, Inc., a charitable foundation supporting people in need in our local communities.

The Windsor Locks Lions Club is a member of The International Association of Lions Clubs — or Lions Clubs International — the largest worldwide secular service organization, with 1.4 million men and women serving their local communities. The Lions of Windsor Locks have served the town since 1942, and the club has provided ambulance services to the town since 1944. Among many other services, we provide eyeglasses to folks in need, food baskets for families at the holidays, residential handicap access ramps for residents with temporary and permanent needs, and vision screening clinics in the local schools. The club meets every first and third Thursday at the Skyline Restaurant on Ella Grasso Turnpike. Dinner is at 6:30 and all are welcome to attend.