Four members of the Canyon Eisberg squad will hit the Dutch cobblestones in the 27th PWZ Zuidenveld Tour on Saturday.
Chris Opie, Alex Paton, Matt Nowell and Charles Page will take on the 197.4km contest which features many of the roads used in the Ronde van Drenthe.
The peloton will roll out of Dalen at 11am (BST) and head for Nieuw-Amsterdam, where the race climaxes with two 18km circuits.
Tim Elverson’s squad have never raced the Zuidenveld Tour, which was elevated to UCI 1.2 status in 2016.
However, most of the seven cobblestone sectors are used in the Ronde van Drenthe – a race in which Opie finished seventh in 2017 and both he and Paton rode earlier this term.
Those pave tests all fall in the first half of the race. But after 109km the riders will hit the feared Limietweg, a challenging clinker road along the border with Germany between Emmer-Compascuum and Barger-Compascuum.
Last season the Zuidenveld Tour was won by Rick Ottema of the Baby-Dump team. A year earlier, Elmar Reinders – now with Roompot – triumphed in the colours of Jo Piels.
Former champions include Lotto NL Jumbo star Bert-Jan Lindeman and Katusha’s Maurits Lammertink, while Dylan Groenewegen was third in 2014.
Opie, Paton, Nowell and Page all battled the mixed terrain of the Rutland-Melton International CiCLE Classic on Sunday.
Nowell rode bravely to finish 28th and further underline his growing potential in a gruelling race which was won by Gabriel Cullaigh of Team Wiggins.
Paton, who suffered a heavy fall when he was caught up in a crash, has dusted himself down and is good to go again on a weekend which will also see the team in action at the East Cleveland Klondike Grand Prix.
That race is the second race of the three-round Spring Cup. Max Stedman was sixth in the opening contest – the Chorley Grand Prix.
You can watch a livestream of the PWZ Zuidenveld Tour via Dutch broadcaster Podium.tv. Click here to find out more.