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

Recent Blog Posts

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
Paceline February 2019

Read More
January 2019 Paceline

by Pat Boling, WRCC President Happy New Year!  …and lots of announcements! I’m starting to feel valedictory – as in, this is my next-to-last Paceline for the club!  So first things first, even if I’m 2 weeks late:  happy new year to all of you!  I’ve been suffering from a nasty sinus …

Read More
Happy New Year!

may your roads be open, the wind at your back and your sky clear!

Read More