Sarah Storey led the way with two gold medals on the track - the C5 rider later adding two on the road at Brands Hatch - while there were also gold medals for Mark Colbourne (Individual C1 Pursuit), Neil Fachie and his pilot rider Barney Storey (Individual B 1km Time Trial) and Anthony Kappes and his pilot Craig MacLean (Individual B Sprint).
Britain finished with a haul of 15 Track medals - with five gold, seven silver and three bronze.
But it did not all go the Host Nation's way, particularly for Jody Cundy, Kappes and MacLean.
Cundy suffered disappointment when he was denied the chance to defend his Individual C4-5 1km Time Trial title. The 33-year-old was not given a restart in his favourite event, in which he was targetting a world record, after he stumbled out of the starting blocks.
The following day, world champions Kappes and MacLean suffered two mechanical mishaps at the start of the Individual B Time Trial, as the force the duo exerted through the chain of their tandem caused their mechanics to wince and twice the strain told on the bike. The rules did not allow for a third attempt to start.
When Britain managed to start and were beaten, the margins of defeat were small and to world and Paralympic records.
China, in second place in the overall table, were their closest challengers with nine medals.
Liu Xinyang won three of them, leading team-mates Ji Xiaofei and Xie Hao to the last of them as the Chinese won gold in the Mixed C1-5 Team Sprint in a world record of 49.454 to claim the last title at the Velodrome.
Third-placed Australia's eight medals were highlighted by a battle between Kieran Modra/Scott McPhee and countrymen Bryce Lindores/Sean Finning in the Individual B Pursuit, with the former duo clocking a world record of 4:17.756 to take gold.