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IUC: Bicycle Boogie 2024

October 12, 2024 at 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. EST
Upland Columbus Pump House, 148 Lindsey St, Columbus, Indiana, 47201

If you love the outdoors and pedaling through spectacular scenery, come experience Bartholomew and Brown counties as only the locals get to enjoy them. Boogie west through great autumn-colored sites and tour the city of Columbus. Each ride offers unique sites to see and experience.

The leisurely 13.5-mile Family Boogie scenic tour meanders along the Columbus People Trails system. For the more adventurous, we offer the invigorating 33-mile scenic tour of Columbus and Bartholomew County. Our ultimate 48-mile Boogie Tour offers an unforgettable ride through the hills of Bartholomew and Brown Counties. Stop at the famous Story Inn for a breather and fun photo opps. The courses are all designed with your safe cycling in mind.

Your Boogie adventure begins and ends at Upland Pump House 148 Lindsey Street in Downtown Columbus. We’ll start your day with some breakfast treats and during the ride, you’ll come across SAG stops offering PowerAde, water, and light snacks to keep you fueled up. As you boogie back to town, we encourage you to relax and enjoy a meal or brew from our friends at Upland Pump House.

Proceeds from the ride help fund the IU Alumni Association South Central Indiana Region Scholarship which supports students pursuing a degree at Indiana University Columbus.

Make it a Weekend! Unexpected. Unforgettable. There’s a reason those two words are attached to Columbus, Indiana. Nestled in the heart of Indiana, Columbus offers an unexpected variety of unforgettable attractions that make it a Midwest destination. From the world-renowned architecture and public art to the festivals and play spaces to the coffee and craft beer, Columbus truly has something for everyone.

To discover more, contact the Columbus Area Visitor Center at 1.800.468.6564 or at www.columbus.in.us for information on lodging, shopping, architectural tours, parks, and more!

Questions?

Please contact Brittany Gray at bggray@iu.edu or 812-348-7216.

Masks are now optional in the IU community and encouraged for those who may be more comfortable in public spaces.

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