A 19-strong British squad will be racing for rainbow jerseys in Italy at the 2018 UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships.
The Great Britain Cycling Team will be well-represented in both the road races and time trials in Maniago from 2-5 August.
Dame Sarah Storey heads up the squad for the 2018 UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships.
The 23-time para-cycling world champion is making her return to elite competition after the birth of her son Charlie last year.
A number of Paralympic champions have also been selected for the squad, with Steve Bate and pilot Adam Duggleby, Lora Fachie and pilot Corrine Hall, Karen Darke, Megan Giglia and Louis Rolfe set to compete on the northern Italian roads.
A number of riders will also make their debut for the Great Britain Cycling Team in Maniago, with Finlay Graham and George Peasgood selected, while track world champion Katie Toft makes her elite road debut for her country.
Thursday 2 August
3pm - Women’s H3 time trial
Friday 3 August
8am – Women’s C1-5, men’s and women’s T2 and men’s C1-2 time trials
2.30pm – Men’s C3-5 and men’s and women’s B time trials
Saturday 4 August
8am – Women’s H3 road race
2pm – Men’s and women’s T2 road races
Sunday 5 August
8am – Men’s C1-5 road races
10.20am – Women’s C1-5 road races
2.30pm – Men’s and women’s B road races
How to follow
- Watch live coverage of the racing from Italy
- Live updates on our dedicated UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships live blog
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