Andrew Tennant and Jack Pullar delivered a memorable Tour Series double for Canyon Eisberg in Durham.
Tennant powered to individual glory in the crit on Tuesday night just hours after his team-mate had cruised to hill climb victory.
The 31-year-old former track world champion also added his maiden Tour Series fastest lap award to the celebrations.
Madison Genesis won both team prizes but a second and third for Tim Elverson’s squad has seen them rise to second spot in the overall standings.
They now have 43 points and trail leaders Madison by four at the halfway stage of the 10-round championship.
The crit began at a fierce pace. But despite riders being dropped almost immediately, none of the early moves stuck.
JLT Condor’s Matt Gibson beat Rob Scott, of Team Wiggins, to the opening Eisberg sprint of the night – the pair using the prime as a springboard for the decisive breakaway.
And as the pace cranked up, the main group was decimated – with riders being shelled at regular intervals on the gruelling cricuit.
Tennant joined five companions in bridging across to the leading pair, with another few tagging on soon after.
However, the 31-year-old former track world champion was outnumbered.
With Madison boasting four men up the road and both Wiggins and JLT represented with two, Canyon Eisberg launched a response.
The Tanfield brothers and James Lowsley-Williams dug deep to ride off the front of the bunch and attempted to bridge the gap.
Their efforts were in vain, though, and when Gibson took the second intermediate sprint – ahead of Scott once more – Madison looked to have the team victory wrapped up.
Gibson’s team-mate Ali Slater soon slipped back to the main group as JLT, who had earlier seen Tom Moses abandon, came under pressure.
Their problems left Tim Elverson’s squad fighting for second spot on the night against Scott and his Wiggins team-mates.
Harry Tanfield, Charlie Tanfield and Lowsley-Williams attacked out of the remnants of the peloton again, drawing Madison’s Tobyn Horton and two Wiggins riders with them this time.
They trailed the front of the race by 21 seconds when Gibson completed a clean sweep of the intermediate sprints to put one arm in the points jersey.
And their cause was further hampered when they got caught up in a number of back-markers, putting paid to any hopes of making the junction.
Soon afterwards Scott was dropped from the front group, leaving his Wiggins team-mate Gabriel Cullaigh alongside Tennant, ONE Pro Cycling’s James Oram and Gibson eyeing individual glory.
Madison still held the upper hand, though, with Johnny McEvoy, Connor Swift and Richard Handley continuing to drive the leaders on.
And they had distanced the chase group of seven by 50 seconds as the klaxon sounded for five laps to go.
Oram was the first to have a solo punt but it was Tennant with the decisive charge, getting his hands in the air and clocking the fastest lap to boot.
Harry Tanfield was ninth, Lowsley-Williams 11th and Charlie Tanfield, who suffered a late puntcture, finished 15th.
Wiggins had their top four riders all within the first 13 to clinch second place in the team standings, leaving Canyon Eisberg third.
Earlier, Pullar had stormed to individual victory in the hill climb, clocking 52.642sec for the 500m cobbled test.
His efforts helped the squad to second spot behind Madison Genesis in the team standings. Click here to read more.