The Great Britain Cycling Team are in action in Argentina this weekend for the final rounds of the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup.
Rounds five and six of the 2017 competition take place in Santiago del Estero with two British riders set to ride.
Kyle Evans heads to South America in terrific form following back-to-back competitions in the USA.
Evans took third place at the USA BMX Derby City Nationals in Louisville, Kentucky on 2 September before taking the win at the Burdette Park BMX Club 40th Anniversary Bash in Evansville, Indiana last weekend.
Evans currently sits 11th in the UCI World Rankings - a career best - and will look to improve on his 17th place in the world cup standings.
Joining Evans in Argentina is Tre Whyte, who has also had success in the USA in recent weeks.
Whyte, who has been training in California following the world championships earlier this year, finished sixth in Louisville while also reaching the final in Evansville.
He currently sits 55th in the world cup standings.
Schedule (UK times)
Round five - Saturday
5.20pm - 9.15pm
Round six - Sunday
5pm - 8.55pm
How the 2017 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup works
A new format for the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup was introduced for 2017, with six rounds of racing across three weekends.
Papendal in the Netherlands hosted the first two rounds before rounds three and four in Zolder, Belgium with the final two rounds taking place this weekend in Argentina.
As each venue now hosts two rounds of racing, time trials have been removed as have the moto rounds.
Each day now sees a straight knockout format from round one (1/32 stage) through to the main finals. Any riders knocked out in the opening round go into the ‘last chance’ heats for one more opportunity to make the 1/16 finals.
Riders are awarded ranking points based on their finishing position in each round - the rider with the most points overall is crowned UCI BMX Supercross World Cup champion.
How to follow the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup
- Watch both rounds live on YouTube
- Follow @BritishCycling on Twitter for race updates
- Report will appear on the British Cycling website