Connor Swift made the lead group and sprinted to third at the Klondike GP, as five Madison Genesis riders made the top-15 in Guisborough.
A race which began calmly, exploded in the final 40-kilometres where the race winning selection was made.
The day started with a 10-rider breakaway that formed after 33-kilometres of racing. Over the top of the Liverton climb Tom Moses and Matt Holmes were present in the move.
While the peloton was happy with the group, they never gave the riders more than two minutes and with 122km of the 169km race distance complete, the chase was on.
As the gap began to tumble, the breakaway upped their pace, dropping six of the original 10.
Moses and Holmes were both still at the front, while behind a series of challenges were being mounted.
Ian Bibby, Mike Cuming and Connor Swift all forged their own move, but out of Saltburn for the final time Swift was the last man standing.
Joined by Rory Townsend (Canyon DHB p/b Bloor) and Scott Thwaites (Vitus), the powerful trio made good their escape, before playing out the final kilometre in slow-motion, and a sprint to the line.
Behind, Bibby and Holmes were actors in similar games in group two. Holmes sprinted to second in the group and fifth on the day, while Bibby crossed the line seventh.
With Joey Walker 12th and Mike Cuming 15th, the team delivered five riders in the top-15 for a strong start to the British road series, which continues on 12 May with the Lincoln GP.
Madison Genesis now travel to France to compete in the four-day tour of Loir et Cher, from April 17-20.