|14 February 1984
|BEAT Cycling Club
Tim Veldt (born 14 February 1984) is a Dutch former track cyclist, who currently works as a directeur sportif for both the road and track teams of BEAT Cycling. km time trial and omnium) as well as three Dutch national titles (1 km time trial twice and keirin). During the 2005 UCI Track Cycling World Championships he won the silver medal in the team sprint together with Theo Bos and Teun Mulder.During his career Veldt won two world cup classics in the team sprint, two European titles (under 23 1
Starting August 2017 Veldt became the coach of BEAT Cycling Club. In this team the riders are Matthijs Büchli, Theo Bos and Roy van den Berg.
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