Local Cycling Organizations & Services


Ohio Bike Lawyer Steve MagasSteve Magas, Ohio's Bike Lawyer


Cincinnati Cycle Club

Cincinnati Cycle Club - The local cycling club with rides almost every night during the week

  CORA Cincinnati Off-Road Alliance a Chapter of IMBA International Mountain Bicycling Association

CORA (Cincinnati Off-Road Alliance) - Cincinnati's source for mountain bike trails


Queen City Bike Join a Movement Ride a Bike Cincinnati, Ohio

Queen City Bike - Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky's Bicycle Advocacy Organization


OKI Ohio Kentucky Indiana Regional Council of Governments
The Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) - A council of local governments, business organizations and community groups committed to developing collaborative strategies to improve the quality of life and the economic vitality of the region. Coordinates the area bike guide (GIS map).


Ohio Bicycle Federation Since 1980

Ohio Bicycle Federation - Improving Ohio bicycling through legislation, education and sharing ideas


 Queen City Wheels

Queen City Wheels - Cincinnati's Oldest Road Racing Club


Ohio Cycling Center Fit to Excel

Ohio Cycling Center - Providing coaching and performance testing and analysis, as well as massage therapy


Tri-State Trails Connecting Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio

Tri-State Trails - An alliance of trail advocates advancing a vision to connect and expand our region's trail network


GOT DIRT Mountain Bike Training

GOT DIRT - Individual training and small group instruction for beginner and intermediate mountain bike riders to improve your FLOW on the TRAIL.


Major Taylor Cycling Club of Cincinnati - Formerly known as Cincy Cyclers. The Major Taylor Cycling Club is a group of Individuals in the Cincinnati Area who are interested in biking. All experience levels are welcomed.


Ohio Valley Cyclocross - OVCX's mission is to promote the development of the fantastic sport of cyclocross in the Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana region.


Hamilton BMX - USA BMX affiliated track hosts gate practices and races