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.
Message to WRCC Members Regarding COVID-19
(updated March 18, 2020)
Wabash River Ride
Celebrating 42 years of cycling along the Wabash River Corridor, the Wabash River Ride commences on August 29th, 2020 at Fort Ouiatenon.
New this year: 38- and 80-mile gravel routes!
WRCC New Rider Callout
On May 9th at 10 am, the WRCC New Rider Callout takes place at Cumberland Park's South Shelter. Grab your bike & helmet and see what we are all about!
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: Maureen Northacker
I think most of my family and friends are impressed with my determination to stick with cycling.Read More
Closing the Gap On: Tarun Tejasvi Mutukuri
This year I started to bike for more than just commute and include that as a part of my lifestyle.Read More
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