GB Cycling Team Rider Biography
Revised April 2015

Pete Mitchell

Kilo, Sprint
DOB: 12.01.1990 | From: London | Based: Manchester

About Pete

Pete came up through British Cycling’s Olympic Programmes, specialising in the sprint disciplines at an international level before joining the para-cycling squad in November 2012 as a tandem pilot.

Pete’s debut world championships came in 2014 in Aguascalientes in Mexico, where he piloted Paralympic champion Neil Fachie. They enjoyed success in the form of two world titles and two world records. In the kilo, they became the first tandem pair ever to break the one-minute mark, posting a blistering time of 59.460.

In the sprint, they set the world record in the qualifying flying 200m with a time of 9.711 seconds finally beating their Australian opponents 2-0 to take the victory and the world title.

In 2015, Pete and Neil retained their kilo and sprint titles at the UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships in Apeldoorn.

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Pete Mitchell: Selected Career Highlights to Date


UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships, Apeldoorn (Holland)

Gold, Tandem kilo

Gold, Tandem sprint


UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships, Aguascalientes (Mexico)

Gold, Tandem kilo
Gold, Tandem sprint