Madison Genesis rode to 18th place as the Tour of Britain took on a new dimension on stage five, featuring a team time trial up Whinlatter Pass.
Finishing the 14km distance in 21 minutes 27 seconds, the team rode in formation all the way to the top of the ascent, with a solid performance.
The result places Connor Swift 30th overall, three minutes 20 seconds behind race leader Primoz Roglic.
With no points on offer, Matt Holmes retains the red sprint jersey as normal service resumes on stage six.
Should Holmes make it into tomorrow’s breakaway, he will have the opportunity to amass more sprint points, with three chances from Barrow in Furness to Whinlatter.
Holmes will also be eyeing the king of the mountains classification. Currently in third place, stage six sees the biggest bounty of points on offer, with four category one climbs over the 168.3km distance.
With the race beyond the halfway point, the team will be looking to make the most of the final three stages and opportunities they bring, in what has already been a successful edition.