Harry and Charlie Tanfield powered Canyon Eisberg to a dominant team victory in round three of the Tour Series in Aberdeen.
The brothers, from Great Ayton in North Yorkshire, finished fourth and sixth respectively as Ed Clancy took the individual win for JLT Condor.
It might have been even better had Harry Tanfield not been held up lapped riders when making a solo bid for success.
However, the presence of the siblings in the six-man front group, along with James Lowsley-Williams in a chasing quintet, ensured team glory went to Canyon Eisberg.
Andrew Tennant capped the triumph with 13th position as, for the second successive season, Tim Elverson’s squad were celebrating on top of the podium in Aberdeen.
Once again Harry Tanfield was the man to escape on the streets of the Granite City.
And much like last season, he had Lowsley-Williams for company before the latter sat up and let his team-mate kick on.
The 23-year-old talent swept up the opening Eisberg sprint of the evening as a trio launched a determined chase.
Clancy, Tobyn Horton, of Madison Genesis, and Rob Scott, from Team Wiggins, set off in pursuit, leaving a decimated peloton in their wake.
Such was the pace being injected at the front of the race, the main bunch numbered little more than 20 when the catch was made.
Charlie Tanfield attempted in vain to bridge to the leaders. But shortly after admitting defeat, he had a second bite with Mikey Mottram, of Morvelo Basso, and ONE Pro Cycling’s James Oram for company.
Strength in numbers paid off this time and they made the junction on the 21st lap, shortly after Scott had taken the second sprint ahead of Harry Tanfield.
With the Canyon Eisberg brothers up front, Elverson’s team were in a powerful position.
And their hand was only strengthened when the remainder of the peloton, now numbering little more than a dozen, took their foot off the gas.
The lead had ballooned to a minute by the time Lowsley-Williams tagged on to JLT’s Motherwell winner Matt Gibson, Neil van der Ploeg, of Madison, and ONE Pro’s Karol Domagalski to form a new chase group.
The quintet had made little impact on the front of the race by the time the klaxon sounded for the final five laps, although they were 20 seconds clear of the main bunch which had regrouped slightly.
Harry Tanfield was among those to launch attacks from the leading pack as the laps ticked down.
And his may well have stuck had he not got caught up in the back of the peloton with two circuits remaining.
With his six-second lead swiftly erased, ultimately, it was Clancy who powered over the line first ahead of Horton
That mattered little to Tanfield, Tanfield & Co, though, as they celebrated team glory on the night.
And now just two points separate first and third in the overall standings, with JLT leading the way on 28, from Madison (27) and Canyon Eisberg (26). Team Wiggins are fourth on 20.
Harry Tanfield earned a second trip to the podium in Aberdeen for his 15 points in the Eisberg sprints competition.
That took his overall tally to 29, level with Gibson and just one point behind the red jersey holder Scott. Click here for the full result.
The Tour Series moves on to Durham next Tuesday for a double-header, with a hill-climb competition followed by the usual crit.