Charlie Tanfield has been selected to represent Great Britain in the European Championships in Glasgow next month.
The team pursuit world champion and Commonwealth Games gold medallist in the individual pursuit is part of an eight-man track endurance squad chosen for the events, which begins on August 2.
Meanwhile, his brother and Canyon Eisberg team-mate Harry Tanfield has been named on an 18-man longlist for the road race and time trial.
The final selection – eight for the road and two for the TT – will be made later this month.
Tanfield is joined in the shake-up by current Tour de France maillot jaune Geraint Thomas and Mark Cavendish.
He recently finished second to the former in the national time trial championship in Northumberland.
Team Dimension Data sports director Roger Hammond will take on the same role for the men’s road team in Scotland.
Stephen Park, British Cycling’s performance director, is delighted to welcome the two-time national road champion and former Paris-Roubaix third on board.
And he saluted the commitment of the riders in showing their hunger to pull on the British jersey. He said:
“We were really pleased with the number of professional road riders who put their hands up to represent their country at the Glasgow 2018 European Championships.
“We’ve taken the decision to make the final selection for the road and time trial events at a later date, as obviously we are in the midst of a busy road racing season at all levels and a lot can change.
“I’m pleased to be able to welcome Roger on to the staffing team for this event and I’d like to thank him for the time he’s committing to us.
“Roger brings a wealth of experience to our road squad and I am confident he will provide good direction and input to the riders in the men’s road team in Glasgow.
“Taking a view of the whole team, we’ve selected a strong squad with some genuine medal prospects in each of the cycling disciplines.
“I’m looking forward to seeing the team compete in what promises to be a great event.”
Charlie Tanfield completed a rapid rise on to British Cycling’s podium programme last month.
The 21-year-old, from Great Ayton, became national team pursuit champion with his Team KGF squad in 2017.
He then cruised to the British individual pursuit crown at the beginning of this year before clinching a maiden rainbow jersey in the team pursuit at the World Championships.
The University of Derby student, who also scooped gold medals in the Track World Cup, then added Commonwealth Games gold in the individual pursuit and silver in the team event.
His brother, Harry, meanwhile has gone from strength to strength against the clock this season.
Following his fifth place in the national time trial on the Isle of Man in 2017, he produced a stunning ride to take silver in the Commonwealth Games individual time trial on the Gold Coast in Australia.
It capped a memorable trip Down Under for the family as he finished second to World Tour star Cameron Meyer, of the host nation.
After then getting stuck into the road campaign with Canyon Eisberg, the former Teesside University student climbed back on to his Speedmax to finish a close second to Thomas, of Team Sky, in the national time trial last month.
Men’s track endurance: John Archibald, Steven Burke, Ed Clancy, Kian Emadi, Ethan Hayter, Charlie Tanfield, Matthew Walls, Ollie Wood
Men’s road & TT (longlist): Ian Bibby, Adam Blythe, Mark Cavendish, Mark Christian, Scott Davies, Jon Dibben, Owain Doull, Alex Dowsett, Andy Fenn, James Knox, Chris Lawless, Dan McLay, Luke Rowe, Ian Stannard, Ben Swift, Harry Tanfield, Geraint Thomas, Scott Thwaites
Click here to view the full squad, which includes the women’s line-ups along with BMX and mountain bike teams.