The Wabash River Cycle Club (WRCC) prides itself on giving cyclists of all levels the opportunities they need to make cycling a fulfilling experience. Founded in 1978, the WRCC was formed to promote cycling in the area. The club caters to the recreational cyclist and it brings people of diversified backgrounds together. Whether you are a novice, enjoying an occasional leisurely ride or a riding "animal" set on making or breaking a personal record, the WRCC offers a variety of activities guaranteed to keep you busy. We invite you to come ride with us. You can find the appropriate ride by consulting our Ride Categories for the average speed and the Mileage column, which can be found on the back side of the calendar, for the planned distance of a particular ride. Naturally, we expect people who ride with us routinely will become club members and enjoy all of the benefits.
Promotes bicycling in the Wabash River corridor by staging regular events at parks and recreational facilities along the Wabash River.
Offers a ride schedule for all levels of cycling enthusiasts throughout the year for exercise and enjoyment.
Provides social interaction for the enjoyment of cyclists, their families and friends.
Makes a constructive contribution to the advancement of the cycling environment in the Greater Lafayette area and beyond.
Encourages bicycle safety by our example and cooperation with other safety oriented groups.
Monthly Newsletter and Ride/Events Calendar.
Discounts at Hodson's Bay Company Bicycle Shop.
Rides for Cyclists of All Abilities.
Monthly Social Events.
Rides Scheduled Nearly Every Day Throughout the Riding Season.
Groups Going to Regional Rides (i.e. Hilly Hundred, Hope Ride, Apple Cider Century).
Incentives for making club mileage goals.
The Wabash River Century. This ride is one of the best tours in the region and it features routes for cyclists of all abilities, a special family ride, and our special home-baked cookies and quick breads.
The opportunity to see all of our joyous faces at unreasonably early times on Saturday and Sunday mornings.