|Founded||17 January 2002|
|Headquarters||Wales National Velodrome|
|Location||Newport International Sports Village, Newport|
Welsh Cycling (Welsh: Beicio Cymru. Formerly the Welsh Cycling Union) is "the internationally recognised" governing body of cycling in Wales. It has over eighty cycling clubs in Wales. It administers all six cycling disciplines—BMX; cyclo-cross; mountain biking (downhill and cross-country); road racing; time trials; and track racing. Welsh Cycling is responsible for all aspects of sports cycling in Wales including competitions and racing licences and organising the Wales Commonwealth Games cycling team.
- "Governing Bodies of Sport-Sports Council for Wales". Sport Wales Chwaraeon Cymru website. Sport Wales. 2007. Retrieved 2009-07-26.[dead link]
- "Welsh Cycling - Beicio Cymru". Welsh Cycling website. British Cycling. 2010. Retrieved 11 November 2010.
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