Wales National Velodrome
Welsh Cycling's head office is located at the Wales National Velodrome, Newport. The Velodrome is owned and run by Newport City Council.
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Drop in sessions are available for riders 12years or above, experienced riders only
Monday 14:00 - 16:00 easy riders
Tuesday 12:00 - 14:00
Wednesday 07:15 - 09:15
Thursday 12:00 - 14:00
Vets Club is on Friday, between 16:00 and 19:00, for all ages and abilities over the age of 40.
A selection of bikes are available to hire in a range of sizes. Prices are £7.00 for Adults and £5.00 for Children.
Newport Youth Club is on Saturday mornings, between 09:00 and 10:00am for beginners (booking essential) progressing through too the regular under 16's Newport Velodrome session 10:00 - 12:00. Parents are welcome to help out. Beginners will need to be inducted. 8 week course, under 16, induction sessions begin on the first Saturday of each month, between 09:00 and 10:00. All Sessions are £2.00 for Under 16s including bike hire if required. For full details please visit www.newportvelo.com
Bookings can be made through Newport City Leisure by calling: 01633 670521
Newport Velo - Youth Cycling Club
The Velodrome is also home to one of Wales largest youth cycling teams, Newport Velo. The Club caters for children from 10 years of age; offering track based coaching and training sessions each week with the clubs "British Cycling" qualified coaches. Newport Velo Youth Cycle Club is an ideal introduction to cycling, we cycle at the indoor Velodrome, Newport International Sports Village; Come and see us Saturday mornings 9.00 until 12.00, you can see what we do and talk to us. http://www.newportvelo.com/
Wales National Velodrome
Newport International Sport Village
From Bristol and the East - At junction 24 of the M4 take the first exit off the roundabout.
From Cardiff and the West - At junction 24 of the M4 take the fourth exit off the roundabout. Follow the A455 sign posted Stadium and Tennis Centre for approximately 2 miles continuing ahead at all roundabouts until you pass the Velodrome on your left hand side. Take the next left turn into Langland Way (Carcraft is located at this turning). The next left turn takes you into the main car park.
Take the Great Western Service to Newport, Gwent. Newport is on the main South Wales to Paddington line.
From London it will take approximately 2 hours to get to Newport train station.
From Swansea it will take approximately 1 hour.
From Cardiff it will take approximately 20 minutes.
From Bristol Parkway it will take approximately 30 minutes.
There is a regular flow of taxis directly outside the train station - it will cost approximately £5 each way from the station to The Wales National Velodrome, Newport.