Changed terms It's no longer just a hobby, an activity – something that requires you to lose a few pounds. Inspired by some visionaries in the cities of the world, our sport has become a culture. A lifestyle. A meeting place that celebrates diversity and strength.
In this series, in partnership with Jaybird, we talk to some of these visionaries to find out why the best way to open the rhythm of a city is on two legs. In this issue we hear from Knox Robinson. The former editor-in-chief of FADER magazine and current DJ, writer and mindfulness expert, founded the Black Roses Run, one of New York City's most influential running crews. Here in Here is, according to your own words to run world.
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Some people find it hard to believe, but I did not try to "do" anything when my partner and I developed the idea of a non-being-traditional one Running group, Black Roses NYC.
For me, I wanted to serve the new runners who joined the boom in 2011 and 2012. There was this rise of runners from unexpected circumstances, and Black Roses gives these runners the opportunity to share their ideas of running and culture with New York City.
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I want black roses to serve as the mirror of the largest city in the world, always following this moment of beauty and transcendence.
They Respect You While the marathon season. That does not mean that cyclists or taxi drivers will not try to run over you, or your colleagues are not tired of hearing about your training, but you have random citizens who call you and tell you that you are making a good job decision and you will be good on race day.
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Read more when Runner's World and Jaybird explore visionaries in Tokyo, London and Chamonix, and how their communities develop the sport.