Harry Tanfield charged to solo glory as Canyon Eisberg lit up round six of the Tour Series in Aberystwyth.
The 23-year-old’s triumph was the third successive individual win in the championship for Tim Elverson’s outfit.
It followed up the Durham double delivered by Jack Pullar, in the hill climb, and Andrew Tennant.
And with James Lowsley-Williams and debutant Charles Page finishing fifth and seventh respectively, the squad closed the gap on series leaders Madison Genesis.
Despite Chris Opie completing a fine effort with 11th spot, JLT Condor claimed victory in the team standings by just six seconds.
But that failed to take the gloss off another memorable night of racing for the team.
Elverson’s team arrived in Wales in determined mood and showed their intent with an aggressive start to the race.
After Tanfield had an early dig alongside Conor Swift, of Madison, a 10-man move escaped with Canyon Eisberg boasting three of their number.
Tanfield, Lowsley-Williams and debutant Page made it into the group alongside JLT quartet Jon Mould, Graham Briggs, Tom Moses and Matt Gibson.
Madison were only represented by Swift and Tobyn Horton, while ONE Pro’s Jake Scott and Robert Scott, of Team Wiggins, completed the break.
Eisberg sprints classification leader Gibson took maximum points ahead of Lowsley-Williams and Briggs at the first prime on lap nine.
At this stage, the escapees had stretched their lead to 20 seconds on the main bunch and that advantage was growing.
Series leaders Madison, outnumbered up the road, had much to lose and their remaining three men were tasked with driving the chase.
But that was proving a tough ask, while Andrew Tennant and Opie were getting an armchair ride behind the Madison trio in a dwindling peloton.
Lowsley-Williams snatched the second Eisberg sprint of the night, although JLT’s Gibson took second to press on at the top of the red-jersey standings.
Madison’s struggles deepened when Neil van der Ploeg was dropped from the peloton as ONE Pro and Wiggins put numbers into the chase.
That pursuit was looking increasingly futile, though, as the gap ballooned to 70 seconds with 45 minutes of the race complete.
Gibson recorded maximum points in the final intermediate sprint of the night, extending his lead in the Eisberg-sponsored jersey.
Then JLT’s Moses and Horton, of Madison, were the first to get into trouble in the front group as they were dropped after 55 minutes.
The lead was 1min 25sec at this point, with the eight remaining escapees preparing to lap the chase group.
As they breezed past the remnants of the peloton, Lowsley-Williams and Page were driving hard on the front.
Gibson then suffered a mechanical, causing him to lose touch with the breakaway and giving Canyon Eisberg hope of the team win.
And Tanfield was determined to drive home that advantage as he jumped clear, gapping his six companions with a Brother fastest lap of 1min 28.482sec.
With four laps remaining, the Commonwealth Games silver medallist had driven 18 seconds clear while Lowsley-Williams and Page marshalled the remainder of the break.
Tanfield never looked back, romping to solo glory with Jacob Scott second and Briggs rolling over ahead of JLT team-mate Gibson, who had chased back on, for third.
The Great Ayton talent also bagged the fastest lap prize to go with his maiden Tour Series win.
JLT did enough to hold on to the team success, though, with Elverson’s squad having to settle for second.
Canyon Eisberg and JLT are now joint-second in the standings on 52 points, with Madison still leading the way on 55.
On Monday, Stevenage will hosts a double-header with an afternoon team time trial followed up by a crit in the evening.