The Bohemia Track Club, founded in 1976, is the largest and most active running club on the south shore of Suffolk County, Long Island, and offers a variety of activities to both the recreational and competitive runner. You don't have to be a competitive runner to be a member of the BTC. We welcome all runners, joggers and walkers of all ages and abilities. The only requirement is that you be involved with running or walking in some aspect and want to connect with others with the same interests.

The blue and white Bohemia Track Club shirts can be seen far and wide. Many of our members can be seen in the front of the pack, others can be seen in the middle of the pack running their hearts out or just enjoying the experience. Still others are in the back huffing and puffing, laughing and wondering why they are there. Our members vary in age from the 20 somethings to the 70 somethings. Regardless, Bohemia members support each other. The important thing is that we enjoy the running experience. So, if you see one of our shirts, or our banner come say hello!

Club meetings take place on the third Wednesday of each month at 8:00 PM. There is a brief business meeting that is followed by a guest speaker. The meetings are held at the Bohemia Recreation Center on Ruzicka Way which is off of Smithtown Avenue, one block north of Church Street in Bohemia.




Join us on Wednesday, May 20 for our next meeting.  Come at 7:30 for refreshment and to socialize. We will have items on display for our auction to benefit our scholarship fund.

We have a number of fun events planned for the club.  Beginning this spring the club will have group runs at a local track. Check out some upcoming events at our events calendar.

What a great day and course at the Sayville Running Company Prediction 4 Mile run.  Congratulations to Fred Horstman(tied for second), Jose Mendez(third) and Jay Masten (sixth) on their winning predictions.  They all earned merchandise from the Sayville Running Company.  Click on the above photo to view additional photos.