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
Open Board Meeting
Our all-club Open Board Meeting is on Sunday, February 10th at 2 pm, in the McCallister Room A of the Tippecanoe Public Library.
Annual Winter Banquet
The WRCC Annual Winter Banquet is a welcome tradition of catching up with cycling friends over food & beverages, participating in a Swap Meet, awarding one another silly awards and 1,000 mile club members receiving their commemorative 2018 shirt.
Wabash River Ride
The 41st annual Wabash River Ride is on August 24th, 2019, with route lengths from 35, 50, 68 and 100+ miles.
Recent Blog Posts
Paceline February 2019
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
December 2018 Paceline
by Pat Boling, WRCC President with help from Ryan Stremke, Vice President, & Rob Cumberland, Treasurer On Giving Back Well it feels like Fall has tapped out and Winter has assumed the lead as the months and seasons complete another rotation in life’s paceline. As 2018 comes to a …Read More
November 2018 - Paceline
Is it fun to ride in cold weather? by Pat Boling, WRCC President Lots have a ready answer to that question: certainly not! Cycling is fun when it’s 80 ͦ outside, but once it’s below 50, not so much. In the 30’s, you gotta be crazy. So if you belong to that crowd, spare yourself the …Read More