2024 Indian Head Rail Trail 5k & 10k

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Points count towards our Year-Long 5k, 10k, & Back of the Pack Series.  Points will also count towards our Winter Series.  Find more info about the series here.

Come check out one of our newest courses that traverses along creeks and through woods along the Indian Head Rail Trail.


Virtual Race Option

We now offer a virtual run option for those who cannot make it on race day.  Find more information about our virtual option on our Virtual Races page.


Runners Receive

Finisher’s Medal, Technical (Drifit) Event Shirt, & A Chip Timed Event


Charity Information

Benefiting I-ASC.

Too many nonspeaking people with sensory-motor disabilities such as Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and Angelman’s Syndrome, among others, live in frustration. Frustration from being unable to communicate their own thoughts, sensations, emotions, perceptions, and needs. Frustration from being underestimated and disrespected by teachers, parents, and peers who do not presume they are competent enough to understand complex ideas and contribute to society. Such frustration can create cycles of trauma and despair that continue throughout nonspeakers’ lives.

Thankfully, there is hope for a more inclusive future! The International Association for Spelling as Communication (I-ASC) understands the liberating power of communication. It seeks to make communication accessible globally to all nonspeaking, minimally speaking, and unreliably speaking people. I-ASC is the authority in the science and methodology of Spelling to Communicate, known as S2C™, a method that teaches nonspeakers to communicate by pointing to letters on a letterboard to spell to communicate.

The ability to spell to communicate opens a world of possibilities for nonspeaking people, whether it be graduating at the top of their college class, expressing themselves through poetry, or simply participating in a conversation with family at the dinner table. The list goes on and on. You can help a nonspeaker find access, agency, and autonomy by supporting I-ASC today!

Race Start Times

10k – 8:45am

5k – 9am


Registration Fees

5k – $30, until Feb 15 ($35)

10k – $45, until Feb 15 ($50)

***Price will increase on race morning by $5 for each distance

T-shirts guaranteed to runners registered before February 28.  We will order extra t-shirts for those who register after that date, but it is on a first-come first-served basis.


T-Shirt Design


Race Medal Design

Race medal designs can be viewed on the Friday before the race on the Bishops Events Facebook page or our Instagram page.


Course Maps can be found at

This is a flat paved out-and-back course (two laps for the 10k).


Live Race Results

Live results will be posted on Athlinks.com.  Additionally, there will be a QR code at the race for you to scan to immediately view your results.  Final race results with series points will be posted to our website on the Monday following your race.



We award the top 3 men and women overall during our awards ceremony post-race.  We also award the 1st Male and Female in these categories: 19&Under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, & 70+.  Runners who place top 3 overall in their race are not eligible to also win their age groups.



We will post any photos taken by staff on our Facebook page by Tuesday after the event.


Social Media Challenge

On Tuesdays, we pick our favorite Instagram or Facebook post from the previous race weekend.  The winner will receive 50% off a future race!  Make sure to tag us in your race photos at:

Instagram:  BishopsEventsLLC

Facebook: BishopsEvents


Packet Pickup

Packet pickup is available at the event.  We recommend arriving one hour before your event start time to check-in.


Race Day Registration

There will be race day registration. Participants will need to arrive approximately one hour before the race to register for the event. T-shirts sizes cannot be guaranteed for race day registers.

***Price will increase on race morning by $5 for each distance


Water Stations

There will be 3 water stations along the 10k course at approximately mile markers 1.55, 3.1, & 4.65.  One water station will be along the 5k course at approximately mile marker 1.55. Gatorade will be available at some water stations.  Water stations are subject to change as deemed necessary.



Port-a-johns can be found near the check-in/registration area.



Volunteers should arrive approximately 60 minutes before the first race kicks off.  We will assign volunteer tasks on race morning (water station, course marshals, finish line support, etc).  You can find parking information under “Directions to Parking” with a latitude and longitude pin for where to meet.


Weather Policy

We are an all-weather race company (rain or shine or sleet or snow). We will email registered runners and post on social media if the race is cancelled, but this is quite rare, otherwise assume the race is taking place as scheduled.

Weekly weather reports are posted on the Thursday before race weekends on our Facebook page by Chad Merrill with the Hagerstown Almanack.  Race officials may delay, change or postpone the event due to weather conditions.  All registered runners will be notified via email of any changes.  In most cases, a decision is not made until the night before the race, and a decision could come as late as the morning of the event.


Refunds & Transfers

To view our full refund/transfer policy, click here.


Directions to Parking

The best way to locate this event is via GPS using this latitudinal and longitudinal pin:  38.591183, -76.946622

A GPS address to use is: 10410 Theodore Green Blvd, White Plains, MD 20695