Mark Cavendish and Hannah Barnes will headline the British squads at the European Championships.
The UEC European Road Championships will be held in Alkmaar in the Netherlands next week, with the British team fielding very strong squads.
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Barnes, the newly crowned national road and time trial champion, will race the elite women’s road race alongside her sister Hannah.
Cavendish (Dimension Data) will form part of a men’s squad that also includes Tour de Yorkshire winner Chris Lawless (Team Ineos), Alex Dowsett (Katusha-Alpecin), Luke Rowe (Team Ineos), and Adam Blythe (Lotto-Soudal).
The European Championships are being held from August 7 to 11.
In the time trial, Alice Barnes and Commonwealth Games Bronze medallist Hayley Simmonds will represent GB, while national time trial champion will be the men’s TT hope.
In the women’s under-23 category road race, Rhona Callander, Pfeiffer Georgi and Elizabeth Holden will carry the hopes, while a six-rider team will contest the mens U23 race.
The 2019 championships will be the 25th edition of the event, which were held in Glasgow last year.
Matteo Trentin (Mitchelton-Scott) won the elite men’s race, while Marta Bastianelli (Team Virtu Cycling) won the women’s.
Great Britain Cycling Team squads for the UEC European Road Championships 2019:
Under-23 women – road race
Under-23 women – time trial
Under-23 men – road race
Under-23 men – time trial
Elite women – road race
Elite women – time trial
Elite men – road race
Elite men – time trial