Madison Genesis look to continue their strong run of results on the third consecutive weekend of domestic road competition, as the national series continues at the Tour of the Reservoir.
The two-day event held on 23-24 June features a revamped race route through County Durham.
National road series leader Ian Bibby will head the team, having had his two strongest weeks of the 2019 season so far.
Alongside Tom Moses, who was winner of the 2018 edition, the selection represents one of the strongest squads for the race.
The team also includes Mike Cuming, Jon Dibben, Rich Handley, Matt Holmes, Johnny McEvoy and Erick Rowsell.
Stage one of the 2019 Tour of the Reservoir will feature a familiar circuit as riders cover 127km to the north and south of the Derwent Reservoir.
The southerly Blanchland loop - which riders will tackle twice – features the primary challenge with an exposed four kilometre ascent up to Meadows Edge.
The finish is the same one-minute punchy climb to the line as used in 2018, when Bibby took the stage victory.
The second day sees a significantly different race dynamic, as the race starts – and crucially finishes – in Consett.
When the riders roll out for 177km of racing, it will be toward the familiar ground north and south of the Derwent Reservoir.
Riders will reach Meadows Edge in the reverse direction from day one as they climb the slightly longer and shallower side of the hill.
The race will conclude with the familiar climb out of Edmundbuyers as tackled on day one, before the peloton turn left and descend into Consett.
The final 13km are almost all downhill offering a chance for riders to chase back on. A short uphill drag to the finish line will do nothing to discourage any remaining sprinters, who will enjoy the wide and uncomplicated run-in.
Fans can follow the action with live updates on Twitter from 1330 on both days of racing.