Want to get ready for this year’s Wabash River Ride?
Join us Saturdays at Kalberer soccer fields across from the West Lafayette Fire Station #3.
Additional details about the program.
The Wabash River Ride is scheduled for
August 25, 2018
The 40th Annual Wabash River Ride will be held on August 25, 2018 from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Join us for well organized and supported rides of 36, 50, 68 or 108 miles through some of the most beautiful parts of Tippecanoe, Fountain and Warren counties. Enjoy scenic vistas of the Wabash River, Big Pine Creek. There are great routes for riders of all levels, and it ain’t just corn fields you’ll be viewing! To fuel your ride, we have a wonderful selection of edibles planned. We’ll continue our renowned tradition of home baked cookies from our club members, and have a real good barbecue lunch planned for you when you finish the ride.
If you register online or by check payment before August 15th at 11:59 pm, you will be eligible for the FREE bicycle give-away courtesy of Hodson’s Bay with the name of the winner posted on the day of the ride. A special Wabash River Ride t-shirt is available for order with registration prior to August 15th, as well.
Now until August 15th, just $35.00 Dollars!
Early Bird Registration ends on August 15th.
After August 15th, the price increases to $40.00.
Also after this date, Wabash River Ride t-shirts are
no longer available for order, and the bike raffle closes.
Online Registration ends on August 22nd. Day of registration is available at $40.
“What a great ride! I have never done such a well supported event! Amazing sags, friendly volunteers, and lunch. I am already marking my calendar for next year.”
“Good ride today, some really interesting terrain. And almost no traffic. Will do again.”
“I wanted to say a ‘Huge Thank you’ for another well organized Wabash River Ride.“
(Start Location) Fort Ouiatenon Map Link (Start Location)
All participants will be given a wristband that must be worn and displayed at all SAG stops including the post-ride meal. Be sure to check in at the registration table upon your arrival to get your wristband.
August 10: We had to modify the Trading Post (white) loop due to heavy gravel on Flint Road.
GPS Routes map links via RidewithGPS
- Trading Post loop – 36 miles follow the white road markings
- Half Century – (Trading Post and Cicott Road loops) – 50 miles follow the white and green road markings
- Metric Century – (Trading Post and Rocky Ford loops) – 70 miles follow the white and orange road markings
- Century+10 – (Trading Post, Rocky Ford, and Fountain loops) – 110 miles follow white, orange, and yellow road markings