Dexter Gardias, Max Stedman, Matt Nowell and Alex Richardson will fly the BIKE Channel Canyon flag at the 58th Wally Gimber Trophy in Kent on Sunday (11am).
A competitive field is set to fight for glory in the long-running National B contest, which has this year been switched to the Lamberhurst-Frant course.
Promoted by Dulwich Paragon, the 140km road race has been won by big names such as Sir Bradley Wiggins, Tony Gibb (three wins) and Simon Cope (four wins) in the past.
BIKE Channel Canyon sports director celebrated success last season as his Pedal Heaven charge Lloyd Chapman claimed success.
And he will be hoping one of his four-strong team can repeat the feat this term, in what promises to be a thrilling battle.
Gardias arrives in good shape having helped Chris Opie to sixth in Ronde van Drenthe and 15th in the Rabobank Dorpenomloop Rucphen in Holland last Sunday.
The Witney-based rider avoided crashes to work for his team leader right until the finale before crossing the line in 61st position.
Stedman had his season debut in the Betty Pharoah Memorial cut short by a puncture last weekend, while Matt Nowell has had a break following his eighth in a strong Eddie Soens and 22nd in the Duncan Sparrow at Pimbo.
Richardson completes the line-up after gaining some great experience in two pro kermesse tear-ups in Belgium last week.
The 26-year-old, from Kingston, acknowledges he is still finding his feet as a professional but is confident in holding his own this season. He said:
“I did the national champs and one national A last season. I finished with 14th at the Leicester Castle Classic and that gave me a confidence I can compete with these guys.
“Even though I was performing on much lower numbers than them physically, it proved to me I can race a bike well.
“This year is all about me being competitive at that level. It is unproven territory but there is no reason I can’t do it.
“The only thing is I haven’t been racing all my life. I have only been doing it for a year, year-and-a-half.
“I am physically stronger now but whether that translates on to the road, who knows? We will see.”
Reigning champion Chapman will defend his crown with his new team Catford Equipe/Banks, while ONE Pro Cycling have also entered a four-man squad for the race.
Team Wiggins have a full team set to take to the start line, as do the in-form Spirit Tifosi outfit, Metaltek Kuota, Nuun-Sigma Sport and Richardsons-Trek. Madison Genesis, Brother NRG Driverplan and Wheelbase Altura are also represented.