Dam to Dam Century Ride in Wabash Indiana.

Date: September 8, 2024

Location: Wabash County YMCA

The 15th annual Dam to Dam Ride is going to be our best year yet! We are stoked to have you ride among hundreds of cyclists from across the country! As always, breakfast and lunch are included with registration, thanks to our generous sponsors!

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Dam To Dam jerseys are available for purchase! 

Order your slim fit short sleeve jersey now!

**Any D2D jersey ordered after July 1 will be shipped to your home post-event.**

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INGUARD water station during Dam to Dam.

We are SO grateful for our powered by sponsor to present the 15th annual Dam to Dam Century Bike Ride. Be sure to hit the hydration station before you hit the road

Event Details

D2D has always been designed by cyclists for cyclists. Beginning at the grassroots level in 2010, the event has always focused on the rider experience. Your registration includes breakfast, lunch, and a free commemorative t-shirt! 2024 gear available now!

ALL RIDERS MUST BE ON THE TRAIL BY 8:30 AM, AND OFF THE TRAIL BY 5 PM.
HELMETS ARE REQUIRED!

Alley Cat Outfitters from Wabash, Indiana will be providing mechanical support for our ride should you need any minor repairs or services. The D2D route map in your registration packet shows all SAG stop locations, found approximately every 15-20 miles. SAG stops will be open for a set time only, so check your map for times of operation.

Dam to Dam jersey and tshirt

D2D Swag

FREE event t-shirts are guaranteed with registrations made before August 8.
**Any excess shirts will be available after the event on a first-come, first-serve basis.**

Dam To Dam jerseys are available for purchase!
**Any D2D jersey ordered after July 1 will be shipped to your home post-event.**

CLICK HERE FOR SIZE GUIDE!

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Event Itinerary

Saturday Early Check-in 4 – 6 PM
Packet pick-up at the Wabash County YMCA (500 S. Cass Street, Wabash, IN 46992).
Sunday Check-in  6:30 – 8:30 AM
Rider registration, packet pick-up, and breakfast at the Wabash County YMCA.
Breakfast 6:30 – 9:30 AM
A FREE breakfast will be served at the Wabash County YMCA, featuring oatmeal, donuts, bagels, fresh fruit, coffee, orange juice, and water.
Lunch 10:30 AM – 5 PM
A FREE celebration lunch will be served at the Wabash County YMCA.

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Map

– From simple family fun to intense challenges, explore our routes from 15, 30, 50, 62, 80, 100, or 150 miles. All routes will take you through scenic spots hidden in our county.

– Share the road the bike course is completely open to all vehicular traffic. All riders are expected to obey cycling and traffic laws at all times. This means stopping at stop signs and stoplights and yielding to those with the right of way whenever necessary.

VIEW MAP!
Liking for biking club

Liking for Biking Club

Saturdays at 9 AM, May 4th – August 31st
Meeting Location: Changes weekly to keep ride fresh

Open to anyone this FREE health program welcomes individuals of all fitness levels and ages! L4B encourages riders at any proficiency level to partake in their weekly rides around Wabash County. Whether you’re a beginner or striving for new cycling milestones, it’s perfect for everyone. Spikes and Bikes is a local bike club that volunteers their time to lead each ride and share some cycling tips.

❤️ Thanks to our community health partner, Parkview Wabash Hospital, participants earn incentives for participating!  A FREE health assessment is offered in the beginning of the riding season as well as at the end.

2024 RIDE SCHEDULE!
Dam to Dam Century Ride in Wabash Indiana.

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This event is RAIN OR SHINE with no inclement weather backup date.

– The Director of Wabash County Emergency Management monitors the weather conditions closely. Should the event need to be canceled due to unsafe weather conditions, a notification will appear on the website and be pushed via the Wabash County Adventure Series Facebook page.

– Please note that no refunds are able to be issued due to the advance purchase of hospitality services and support resources.

INGUARD water station during Dam to Dam.

Powered by INGUARD

We are SO grateful for our powered by sponsor to present the 15th annual Dam to Dam Century Bike Ride. Be sure to hit the hydration station before you hit the road

REGISTER NOW!

Suggested start times

Suggested start times for departing for Dam to Dam are to help eliminate congestion on the bike trail.

– 7:30 AM for 150-mile riders

– 8 AM for group start with local Spikes and Bikes Club and all other route riders

– 8:30 AM for 30 and 15-mile riders.

Please note the last SAG stop for the riders on the 100 and 150-mile trail closes at 5 PM, dispatch SAG vehicles will stop offering assistance at 5:30 PM and the free celebration lunch closes at 5 PM.

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Stay in the know!

Follow Wabash County Adventure Series on Facebook and Instagram to keep up with all the updates and see photos from our past events!

Meet the D2D Commitee

Roger Peebles

Longest Ride – 200 miles

Years Riding – 42 years

Favorite Time to Ride – Fall!

Years on Committee – 2010 – since the beginning!!!

Adam Stakeman

Longest Ride – 189 miles (twice)

Years Riding – on and off for 30 years

Favorite Time to Ride – The fall is my favorite time to ride. Perfect timing for D2D!

Years on Committee – 2015

John Trimble

Longest Ride – 115 miles

Years Riding – almost 10 years

Favorite Time to Ride – I do enjoy early morning rides with a breakfast stop mid-ride, but anytime is good with me.

Don Peterson

Longest Ride – 84 miles

Years Riding – 10 years

Favorite Time to Ride – Summer (hot, hot hot!!!)

Years on Committee – Joined in 2023

Chris Wetherford

Longest Ride – 70 miles

Years Riding – 47 years on and off

Favorite Time to Ride – Spring

Years on Committee – Joined in 2023

Dr. Gregory Garner

Longest Ride – 104 miles

Years Riding – 20+ years

Years on Committee – since 2014

Mike Paul

Why do I ride? Riding bikes is a way to see things that most people do not get to see. I also just like to stay active. It’s plain old fun.

Shelly Baucco

Longest Ride – 104 miles

Years Riding – 10 years

Favorite Time to Ride – Summer

Years on Committee – Since 2020

 

David Mann

Longest Ride – Longest ride is about 110 miles on the D2D ride. The most miles in a calendar year was in 2020 with 3200 miles. Typically average is a little over 2000

Years Riding – I have been riding since delivering papers as a young teenager. More seriously over the last 30-plus years.

Christine Flohr

Christine Flohr

Executive Director at Visit Wabash County

What’s my favorite part about D2D? D2D is a brilliant reflection of what a community can accomplish together. The event takes 100s of volunteers all working together at the same time throughout Wabash County for an entire day. The fruit of all of our efforts is an excellent event that engages cyclists from across the country and showcases why Wabash County is a true gem of a community.

Stephanie Rogers

Stephanie Rogers - Event Director

Experiences Manager at Visit Wabash County

Adventure Series Organizing Liaison

What’s my favorite part about D2D? Most of the cyclists are from outside of Wabash County and I love that they ride through and by so many of our beautiful landmarks, towns, and businesses. It’s really a unique opportunity to shed a shining light on our community. D2D is such an inclusive event and encourages outdoor exploration and the cyclist community is so supportive of each other.

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