Gold Coast 2018: Road and Mountain Bike

Gold Coast 2018: Road and Mountain Bike

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With the Gold Coast 2018 Track Cycling programme now complete our Welsh riders now prepare to compete in both the Road and Mountain Bike competitions.

The Men's Individual Time Trial will begin at 1:00am (UK time) and 10:00am (Oz time) on Tuesday 10th April, where Pete Kibble will represent Wales.

Pete has followed the footsteps of his father who competed for Wales in the Triathlon back in 1990 at Auckland.

How to watch from the UK

Live coverage of the Commonwealth Games will be shown on BBC one, BBC Red button and online from 0:00.

Mountain Bike

Wales' first mountain biker at a Commonwealth Games since 2006, Dylan Kerfoot-Robson will do the honours on Thursday 12th April at 04:31 (Uk time) 13:21 (Oz time).

Reigning Welsh Mountain Bike Cross Country Champion and Welsh Road Champion, Dylan will also take on the Men's Road Race.

Road Race

The Road Race will take place on Saturday 14th April, starting with the Women's at 22:45 (UK time) 07:45 (Oz time).

Representing Wales will be Scratch Gold Medalist Elinor Barker, Dani Rowe , Jess Roberts, Hayley Jones , Megan Barker and Manon Lloyd.

The Men's Road Race will follow at 3:30am (UK time) 12:30 (Oz time). Dylan will be joined by Luke Rowe, Peter Kibble, Jon Mould, Rhys Britton and Joe Holt.

The Welsh Cycling Team at Gold Coast 2018

The last four days of Track Cycling competition has seen outstanding success by the Welsh team, securing three silver medals and one gold medal.

Elinor Barker stormed to the points race champion title in a race dominated by the home nations, with Katie Archibald and Neah Evans riding to silver and bronze respectively for Scotland.

Lewis Oliva made an unexpected and late charge in the Keirin final, sprinting to secure Silver, slightly behind Australia's Matthew Glaetzer who secured Gold.

James Ball and pilot Pete Mitchell claimed Silver in both the Men's Blind and Visually Impaired Sprint and 1000m TT.

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