Charlie Tanfield will launch his Commonwealth Games charge in the early hours of Thursday morning.
But to follow the 21-year-old and his brother, Harry Tanfield, as they challenge for honours in Australia, you’ll have to set your alarm clocks.
The Gold Coast, in Queensland, is 11 hours ahead of us here in the UK, so prepare for a few late nights and early starts over the next 10 days.
The BBC will broadcast live coverage on television, the red button and Radio Five Live, while we will keep you updated online and via Facebook and Twitter.
Here we take a closer at when you can see the brothers in action as they bid for glory in the colours of Team England…
MEN’S TEAM PURSUIT
Charlie will join forces with Kian Emadi, Ethan Hayter and Oliver Wood in the 4km test at the Anna Meares Velodrome on Thursday.
The qualification rides begin at 6.35am. The bronze medal contest is then scheduled for 11.12am, with the battle for gold following at 11.19am.
MEN’S INDIVIDUAL PURSUIT
Charlie will follow a similar programme on Friday, with the individual pursuit qualification and medal races taking place on the same day.
Qualification begins at 6.17am. The bronze and gold medal finals will then follow at 11.24am and 11.31am.
MEN’S INDIVIDUAL TIME TRIAL
Book yourself in for a late night if you want to watch Harry and Charlie go for gold in the 37.8km time trial on Tuesday morning.
The first rider is expected to roll down the ramp on the Currumbin Beachfront at 1am and the competition will climax at 4.30am.
MEN’S ROAD RACE
Harry will challenge for honours in the road race on Saturday. You’ll need to set your alarm clock for an early start, though.
The peloton will roll out at 3.30am and begin nine laps of a relatively flat 18.7km course for a total distance of 168.3km.
The scheduled finish is 7.45am. Depending on how hot the pace is, the medals may be decided well before that estimated time.