Ned Boulting delivered Canyon Eisberg’s official team presentation at the Canyon Experience Weekend on Saturday.
The sports journalist and television presenter introduced the UCI Continental squad to the crowd at the Mercedes Benz World event in Weybridge.
Boulting then quizzed owner and sports director Tim Elverson before picking the brains of riders such as Louis Rose-Davies, Harry Tanfield and Andrew Tennant.
If the riders thought that was the only grilling they were in for, they were mistaken as nine-year-old YouTube sensation Ruby Isaac then picked up the baton.
Famed for series such as Roller Rivals on the video-sharing website, Isaac posed a series of quickfire questions in a more informal setting.
And the likes of Max Stedman, Chris Opie, Joe Fry and James Lowsley-Williams soon found themselves under pressure when urged to lift the lid on their team-mates.
The Canyon Experience Weekend was the first of its kind for the UK branch of the German bike brand and proved a huge success.
Cycling legend Erik Zabel, Aussie road racer Tiffany Cromwell and British mountain biker Sally Bigham all made guest appearances alongside Canyon Eisberg on the first of two days.
After the formal presentation and photographs, Rory Townsend led all three, his team-mates and members of the public on a group ride around his home roads in Surrey.
On their return, the squad took the chance to meet the team’s supporters and discuss all things cycling with the public who had turned up to get a closer look at the Canyon range.
Canyon were offering demos, they had a number of historic bikes on display and the weekend also marked the reveal of the Canyon Eisberg kit on Zwift.
While a number of the riders returned to Mercedes Benz World for the day two on Sunday, others were getting back to business on the road.
Alex Paton was fourth as JLT Condor’s Tom Moses won the Wally Gimber Trophy. Charles Page was 11th and Rose-Davies 18th.
Meanwhile, Tanfield warmed up for his assault on the Commonwealth Games in Australia with victory in the round four of the Spring Shield at Prissick.
The team will now turn their attentions to the UCI 1.2 Volta Limburg Classic in Eijsden, Holland on Saturday.
The 200km Dutch battle has a star-studded roll of honour, including Tony Martin, Pim Ligthart, Moreno Hofland and Stefan Kung.
Click here to view a full gallery from the team presentation, shot by Canyon Eisberg photographer Hugh McManus.