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Celebrating 41 years of cycling along the Wabash River Corridor, the Wabash River Ride commences on August 24th, 2019 from 7 am to 5 pm. Join cyclists of all levels for well-organized and supported routes of 34, 47, 65 or 107 miles through Tippecanoe, Fountain and Warren counties. Along the routes are scenes rarely thought of when considering North-Central Indiana's landscape: views along the Wabash River and Big Pine Creek, iconic landmarks such as the Fountain County Church, Rob Roy Covered Bridge and historic Williamsport Bridge, and rolling hills around the river valleys that make for a fun and challenging century.

All routes begin and end at Fort Ouiatenon in West Lafayette, IN. Along the 32-mile route, the mid-way SAG at Cicott Park in Independence, IN will diverge into loops creating our 47-mile, 64-mile and 107-mile routes. You can expect to be well-fed and supported along the routes. You will see nature and scenery best viewed by bike. You will be challenged on climbs out of the valley, and thrilled with the descents on the other side.

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Date: August 24, 2019
Distances: 34, 47, 65, 107 miles
City, State: West Lafayette, Indiana
Start Location: Fort Ouiatenon
Start Time: 7:00 am
Online Information: https://wrcc-in.org/page/wabash-river-ride
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