Tim Elverson will unleash a youthful squad on the Memorial Philippe van Coningsloo on Sunday (11am).
Sam Lowe, 23, is the relative veteran in an exciting six-man team, which boasts an average age of just 21, for the UCI 1.2 contest in Belgium.
He will be joined by 22-year-old Harry Tanfield and the 21-year-old duo of Rory Townsend and Jake Womersley.
Matt Nowell, 20, is also in the ranks for the 180.4km one-day race, which begins in Wavre and finishes in Bonheiden.
The quintet have already impressed together, performing brilliantly in the Rutland-Melton International CiCLE Classic earlier in the campaign.
Joe Fry, who became the youngest winner of the Tour of the Reservoir last season, completes the BIKE Channel Canyon line-up.
Now 20, the Potters Bar talent is determined to make up for lost time following an injury-hit start to the season.
Sunday’s race will mark the 25th anniversary of the death of Belgian amateur rider Philippe van Coningsloo, who suffered a heart attack while racing in 1992 and died in the Imelda Hospital in Bonheiden.
The contest was named in his honour and Frans Uytterhoeven and his team have since developed the one-day race into a popular event on the Europe Tour.
Top Belgian teams will lead the charge when approximately 175 riders roll out of Wavre on Sunday.
The peloton will take in climbs at Tombeek, Huldenberg and Overijse before heading through Duisburg, Vossem and Muizen to the finishing circuits around Bonheiden.
Lithuanian Gediminas Bagdonas, who now rides for World Tour outfit AG2R La Mondiale, took the race in 2009 and 2012, while Andy Fenn is the only British winner to date after sprinting to success in 2011 for the Irish An Post team.
Quick-Step Floors star Petr Vakoc was second to Team Budget Forklifts rider Michael Vink in 2013.
And Oliver Naesen, who finished in the top 10 at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, Kuurne-Bruxelles-Kuurne, Dwars Door Vlaanderen and E3 Harelbeke this season, rode his way on to the podium in 2014 as Rob Ruijgh claimed glory.
Robin Stenuit won the race for Wanty – Groupe Gobert in 2015 and last year Timothy Dupont clinched victory for Verandas Willems. He is currently in action at the Tour de Luxembourg, so will not defend his crown.
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