The TBK Bank Quad Cities Marathon at their recent press conference, unveiled a new logo and race route for the 25th anniversary. Big changes were announced for the race’s 25th year. A new logo was developed to give a fresh look to the race inspired by the new I-74 bridge. Also for this year, with construction of the new bridge crossing the Mississippi River, runners will have a brand new course that allows for half marathoners to run through all four cities.


Of the anniversary year, founding Race Director, Joe Moreno says, “It’s been a long winding road. The support we continue to get shows we’re still in it for the long run. We’re looking forward to all the new things this year’s race is set to bring and can’t wait for everyone to join us in celebrating at the big after race party.”


About the TBK Bank Quad Cities Marathon:

Since the first race in 1998, The TBK Quad Cities Marathon has become a Midwest favorite. Touching four cities, this hometown favorite draws runners from all over the country for a weekend full of activities leading up to the big event on Sunday!

The TBK Quad Cities Marathon is made possible by our dedicated race committee. Through countless hours of meticulous planning, our team works alongside city leadership, local law enforcement, and hundreds of volunteers to make sure that the course is ready for you to run your best race yet!