The Lancaster GP will see Jon Dibben make his racing debut for Madison Genesis on Sunday 9 June.
Dibben will be joined by Ian Bibby, Mike Cuming, Rich Handley, Johnny McEvoy, Tom Moses and Erick Rowsell.
Matt Holmes will complete the eight-rider line-up and goes into the third round of the British Road Race Series with the overall lead, having placed fifth at the Klondike GP and fourth at the Lincoln GP.
The race marks a return to road competition for domestic teams, which last went head-to-head in mid-May in Lincoln.
The Lancaster GP also serves as the sixth of fourteen qualifying events for the 2019 Tour of Britain.
The race will cover 160.9 kilometres of grippy, exposed and undulating roads around the Forest of Bowland and has been described by organisers as a British version of an Ardennes classic. With over 9000ft of climbing, it is very comparable to the Klondike GP.
Departing Lancaster at 9.30am on Sunday 9 June, the peloton of over 100 riders will travel 11km south toward Dolphinholme, where they will start seven laps of an 18.5km circuit.
Each lap starts with a climb of three kilometres that the riders will negotiate in around five minutes.
From here, the counter-clockwise circuit makes an undulating descent on a mix of open moorland and small country lanes.
The final 18.5km run-in to the finish covers a fairly mundane climb and descent, before hitting what could be the race-deciding Little Fell Lane climb.
The 8% average gradient, kilometre-long ascent comes at the perfect time to launch a late attack and with a short descent to the finish line there’s little chance for dropped riders to come back to the front.
Fans can follow the race with live updates on Twitter, with highlights on Eurosport to be aired next week.