QCW Ault Park Points Race Series
Cycling: Road Race - 16K, 20K, 40K
May 29th, 2019
The QCW Ault Park Points Race Series is a Cycling race in Cincinnati, Cincinnati consisting of a Road Race - 16K and 20K and 40K.
The original series was founded in 1985 by Andy Callahan the original owner of Oakley Cycles, and managed for nearly 20 years by Chief Referee Chuck Doll. In 2004 Bill Lorenz took over the series when Oakley Cycles dropped their involvement and it became a part of the QCW repertorie of events.
All riders and spectators are welcome to this friendly and competitive event. Located on a slope the 1km oval course rises and descends approximately 75 feet per lap. The surface is fairly smooth with one slight corner and one speedy downhill with a couple of serious bumps, followed by an uphill sprint with the sun at your back.Keep Reading
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