|2.||2005||Team Konica Minolta||28||868|
|3.||2006||Team Konica Minolta||77||564|
|4.||2007||Team Wiesenhof Felt||225||251|
|7.||2010||Team HTC - Columbia||797||51|
|8.||2011||HTC - Highroad||517||116|
|9.||2012||Omega Pharma - Quickstep||920||47|
|10.||2013||Omega Pharma - Quick-Step Cycling Team||1128||30|
|11.||2014||BMC Racing Team||910||53|
|12.||2015||BMC Racing Team||140||515|
|13.||2016||BMC Racing Team||171||442|
Peter Velits (born 21 February 1985 in Bratislava) is a retired Slovak professional road racing cyclist. His career highlights include winning the 2007 World Under-23 Road Race Championships and the 2012 Tour of Oman. He was promoted to second place in the 2010 Vuelta a España after Ezequiel Mosquera tested positive for hydroxyethyl starch. Velits is also known as strong time-trialist, winning three consecutive team time trials as a part of Omega Pharma–Quick-Step in 2012 and 2013 and riding on the BMC Racing Team in 2014 UCI Road World Championships. His twin brother, Martin Velits rides for Etixx–Quick-Step, having raced on the same teams every year until the end of the 2013 season.
After two seasons with the team, Velits left Omega Pharma–Quick-Step at the end of the 2013 season to join the BMC Racing Team.