British Cycling has named the Great Britain Cycling Team for the final round of the 2014 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup in Chula Vista, California.
Liam Phillips, Kyle Evans and Tre Whyte will race at the United States Olympic Training Centre on 26-27 September.
Phillips leads the five-race series on 650 points and is aiming to become the first British male to win the competition.
The 25-year-old, who won a world title in 2013, is 130 points clear of Australian Anthony Dean with 225 points on offer for the winner in North America.
Phillips won opening round of the competition in Manchester before taking third in Papendal. A quarter-final exit in Berlin was followed by second place at round four in Santiago del Estero, Argentina, earlier in September.
Kyle Evans sits in tenth overall after an impressive series that has seen the 20-year-old reach two finals, in Manchester and Berlin.
World bronze medallist Tre Whyte makes his fourth appearance in this season’s world cup. The 19-year-old reached the quarter-finals in Manchester.
Fans will be able to watch live video from Chula Vista on the British Cycling website. The qualifying motos and time-trial superfinal take place from 11pm on Friday evening with Saturday’s racing starting at 10pm.
Reports and reaction will also be on the British Cycling website.
Great Britain Cycling Team for round five of the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup in Chula Vista