Velothon Wales was a single-day road bicycle race held between 2015 and 2017 in Wales, United Kingdom. It was part of the UCI Europe Tour as a 1.1 race. It was part of the UCI Velothon Majors series of races organised by Lagardère Unlimited, which also includes Velothon Berlin, Velothon Stockholm and Velothon Vienna. These events are characterised by mass-participation sportives before an elite race along a lengthened route. No professional race was held as part of its 2018 edition, with the event folding after this edition.
|Region||Wales, United Kingdom|
|Competition||UCI Europe Tour|
|Race director||Roland Hofer|
|First winner||Martin Mortensen (DEN)|
|Most wins||No repeat winners|
|Final winner||Ian Bibby (GBR)|
|2015||Denmark||Martin Mortensen||Cult Energy Pro Cycling|
|2016||Great Britain||Tom Stewart||Madison Genesis|
|2017||Great Britain||Ian Bibby||JLT–Condor|
|2018||No race due to being held as a sportive only|
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- Penman, Andrew (9 July 2017). "Bibby claims Velothon Wales pro race title after sprint finish". South Wales Argus. Newsquest. Retrieved 26 June 2022.