QCW  - 2022 Queen City Wheels Membership
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Presented By: Cincinnati's Premier Racing Club Since 1972

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Queen City Wheels Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation which exists to promote the sport of bicycle racing in the greater Cincinnati area.  We are the largest racing club in the area, and have been a USA Cycling member club since 1972. We hope to help all our members reach their competitive cycling goals.  Our youth programs help children and teenagers find the joy in racing a bicycle while our racing teams help support the developing rider and seasoned veteran alike.

QCW membership is open to all interested parties. Memberships in QCW run January 1st through December 31st, voting privileges remain in place until the annual meeting. Memberships paid after September 1st are valid through the following year. 

Team QCW has the largest number of local USAC licensed riders. This team is made up of the newest riders as well as veterans with as many as 35 years of racing experience. The team boasts numerous current and former State champions. Riders for QCW benefit from free entry to all Queen City Wheels events and entry fee reimbursement for other USAC sanctioned events, including the National Championships. Questions regarding Team QCW can be sent to the Team DirectorThis e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .

New FREE Team QCW kits are available to qualified riders for a limited time.

Our Cleves TT Series, and Spring TT Series, are club events. All participants must be a member of QCW to participate in these event.


Family memberships are intended for two adults living in the same household or parents and their children.

In the next step of the Family Membership application process the "participant contact information" which is labeled "team member #2 through #9" is for "families" and NOT for "teams".


Make a tax deductable donation via "Event Items" above and become a QCW Patron. 


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