A curious mix of riders don the orange Halfords jerseys this year. Reigning national road champion Rob Hayles is joined by former under-23 academy riders Andy Tennant and Mark McNally, while Olympic gold medallist Ed Clancy joins from Belgian outfit Landbouwkrediet.
Former Rapha-Condor man Rob Partridge also comes on board, with the trio of Ian Wilkinson, Ian Bibby and David Fletcher mixing road and off-road duties as they did last year with SiS-trek.
Manager Keith Lambert aims for a good showing in the Premier Calendar and a podium spot in the Tour of Britain. Hayles and Clancy should put the orange and black jerseys in the frame.
1st Rob Hayles, Tour Series, round one, Milton Keynes
1st Rob Hayles, Clayton Velo Spring Classic
1st Ed Clancy, Eddie Soens Memorial
1st Andy Tennant, Tour of the Reservoir
3rd Rob Partridge, Tour of the Reservoir
2nd Ian Wilkinson, Girvan stage race
1st Ian Wilkinson, CiCLE Classic
2nd Ian Wilkinson, Chas Messenger Trophy
2nd Ian Wilkinson, Lincoln GP
1st Ian Wilkinson, stage 2 FDB Insurance Ras
1st Ian Wilkinson, Tour Series round 4, Peterborough
2nd Ian Wilkinson, Ryedale GP
1st Ed Clancy, Tour Series,round 6, Southport
3rd Mark McNally, Beaumont Trophy
1st Ian Wilkinson, Leazes Criterium
1st Rob Hayles, Tour Series, round 10, Southend
2nd Rob Partridge, Tour of Blackpool
1st Ed Clancy, Tour of Blackpool circuit race
1st Ed Clancy, Blackpool Nocturne
1st Ian Wilkinson, Warwick circuit race
Cycling Weekly British Team Profiles: Index