Located at 285 Newbury Street in Boston’s historic Back Bay, the Trackhouse is our first retail store and a community hub for runners. Featuring our latest collections and home to our corporate offices, the Trackhouse is the epicenter of the Tracksmith world. Come join us for a training run or take in a race live-stream at our lounge.


285 Newbury Street
Boston, MA 02115


Monday-Saturday 11:00am - 7:00pm
Sunday 12:00pm - 5:00pm


The Trackhouse hosts regular weekly training runs led by our team as well as social runs to time with race screenings. Our current regularly scheduled workout times are listed below and all runners are welcome. For more information email



Track Workout, 6:30pm start from the Trackhouse.
Our weekly trip to the track for speed work. 

These workouts are designed for any runner looking to get faster. Runners should be able to run 4-5 miles comfortably, but all speed levels are encouraged to come hit the track. The workouts are timed by the Trackhouse coaches and include dynamic drills and stretching. Come ready to push your pace. Workouts will be shared in advance via email, on Facebook and on Strava.



Long Run, 9:00am start at the Trackhouse.
Our Church of the Long Run meets Sunday morning at 9 am for runs through Boston and beyond. Weekly mileage will be posted on Facebook and shared via email.

This weekly long run is free and open to all runners at all paces looking to get their mileage in with a group. Summer long runs will be geared around fall marathon training and base building. But, we’ll be offering routes for all distance levels with pre-mapped courses. Stay for post-run stretching and refreshments in the Eliot Lounge or a rooftop ice bath when the weather is nice.

Meet The Team

Louis Serafini

As the manager of the Trackhouse, Louis "Lou" Serafini leads our group training and store events. 2016 Olympic Marathon Qualifier, 2015 New England Runner of the Year and 2013 Boston College Cross Country Captain, Lou brings a wealth of individual and group coaching experience to the team. He's coached runners of all ability levels - beginners to former D1 athletes. 

Eric Ashe

Athlete, coach and our Head of Logistics, Eric Ashe runs 100 miles per week around the 9-5 at Tracksmith. That grit has led him to a 2:17 marathon PR and a 1:03:33 PR in the half; not to mention a top 25 finish at the 2017 Boston Marathon. 


For any questions about the Trackhouse or our programming please email


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