Third annual Break-Fast 5K Run and 1 mile fun run and now 10K run April 8th 2018
Registration now available. Click here or visit the registration link at the top of the page. More to follow!

Run, jog or walk the Break-Fast 5K or 10K Run then indulge in post-race gourmet pancake breakfast! Since joining the Bucks 5K Series 3 years ago this Sunday morning event is quickly becoming one of the most popular races in the area. This year we are excited to announce adding a 10K race as well. The events will start and finish near the Doylestown Train Station and run through the Doylestown Hunt development. There will also be a 1-Mile Fun Run prior to the 5K and 10K races. Please join us for a post-race pancake breakfast at the Station Tap House with Drs. Kathy McKinney and Johnny King-Marino flipping the gourmet flapjacks and serving Founders Breakfast Stout, Champagne and mimosas! There will soft drinks, warm cookies smoothies and assortment of other goodies as well as live music for your entertainment pleasure. (Must be 21 and older with id for alcoholic beverages)

Josh Izewski (center) 2017 Champion
smashed the course record blazing a 14:32.6

The Break-Fast races are organized and sponsored in part by the Bucks County Road Runners Club (BCRR). BCRR is dedicated to wellness, camaraderie, and support of the sport of recreational and competitive running. Proceeds from the Break-Fast 5K event will benefit CB Cares Educational Foundation, Bucks County, PA.

Graciously hosted and sponsored by our friends at

Proceeds benefit

We are the “little engine” that DOES in the Central Bucks community. Last year, CB Cares brought close to 1,000 parents together for our Parent Positive speaker series. Our partners all have the benefit and BIG budgets - yet CB Cares Educational Foundation funded the highly attended “expert” speaker evenings for the community. To date, we have awarded close to $100,000 in Innovative Learning Grants to well-deserving teachers and schools. Currently, we are working on the 4th Annual Social Justice and Peace Teen Forum to continue the important conversation about tolerance and acceptance of our culturally diverse world and its impact across the county. Our drug/alcohol prevention initiatives and programs have contributed to the past 7 – 8 years of data and the reduction of use across the middle/high school levels. Data provided here is for 10th grade reduction and well below on the national level in three of the four categories.