Cycling in the Commonwealth Youth Games
Cycling is an optional sport on the Commonwealth Youth Games programme and can include any or all of the three disciplines: Track, Road and Mountain Bike.
Cycling was first included in the Commonwealth Youth Games at Bendigo 2004 (Track, Road & Mountain Bike) and made a second appearance at the 2011 Isle of Man Games (Road). Road Cycling was once again included at the Bahamas 2017 Youth Games.
All Cycling events are conducted according to the rules of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI).
- Core / Optional Optional Sport
- Appearances In The Youth Games 3
- First Youth Games Bendigo 2004
- Most Recent Youth Games Bahamas 2017
Team Scotland’s Cycling Medal Count:View Medallists
- Total: 2
Did you know?
Grant Ferguson competed in the Road Cycling events at the Isle of Man 2011 Youth Games before going on to represent Team Scotland in both Mountain Bike and Road Race at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
The Road Cycling events at Bahamas 2017 were held on West Bay Street, Clifton Pier and South Ocean loop roads on the west of New Providence Island.
Road Cycling was included at the Bahamas 2017 Youth Games, the event open to men and women of 17 and 18 years of age (born 1999 and 2000). Each country may enter a maximum of two cyclists into both the men’s and women’s Road Race events, with the same cyclists also eligible to compete in the Individual Time Trial.Learn More