Wabash River Cycle Club
The Wabash River Cycle Club was founded in 1978 and continues to be a vibrant part of the cycling community in Greater Lafayette, Indiana. With so many rides scheduled, including those on bike paths, roads, gravel, and mountain bike trails, there’s a ride for everyone! The club organizes the Wabash River Ride every August, which is a fully supported ride with a variety of routes, and scenic views along the Wabash River.About Join View Calendar
Wabash River Ride
The 41st annual Wabash River Ride is on August 24th, 2019, with route lengths from 33, 47, 66 and 100+ miles.
Wabash River Ride Training Program
The weekly new rider Training Program begins on May 18th, 2019, with the goal of increasing confidence and stamina on the bike.
From May 13th to September 23rd, our Monday night Women's Rides return with four speed categories and monthly Stand Nights.
Recent Blog Posts
Closing the Gap On: Jillian Carr
"The route spends a bit of time on fun, sandy forest roads which are beautiful and peaceful."Read More
The Blue Ridge Parkway: Fancy Gap to Front Royal in 6 days with Adventure Cycling
Fancy Gap to Front Royal in 6 days with Adventure Cycling by Pat Boling This is an account of a trip I went on with Andy Hirsch to ride the Blue Ridge Parkway and Skyline Drive in Virginia in early June. The group met on Saturday June 1st at Fancy Gap, Virginia, just off the Blue …Read More
Closing the Gap On: Lenny Lavin
"I’ve always biked but really started to ride more consistently about six years ago with the Monticello group."
Book Review: Conversations With US: Great Lakes States by Chris Register
A Book Review by Melissa McCurley Do you know what book darts are? Book darts are flat, paper-thin metal line markers. Fastidious types will appreciate the ability to mark a page in a book—or even a specific line—without resorting to highlighting, underlining, or dog-earing the page. And …Read More
Book Review: The Valley of Heaven and Hell: Cycling in the Shadow of Marie Antoinette by Susie Kelly
A Book Review by Melissa McCurley The Valley of Heaven and Hell: Cycling in the Shadow of Marie Antoinette by Susie Kelly If you are the kind of cyclist who looks forward to riding 25 miles or more several times a week from spring through fall—and maybe even longer on weekends—the idea of a …Read More