Shrewsbury is set to host the 2016 British Cycling National Cyclocross Championships on 9-10 January, as riders from under-14 to veteran get ready to descend upon the Shrewsbury Sports Village for two days of action to decide a total of 19 separate age and gender-related national titles.
Amongst those riders include a number of Scots who are making the journey to race against some of the best in the UK.
From the 2015 Under 23 champion Grant Ferguson, who will be riding with the elite this year, Scot's Mark McGuire and Iain Paton who will take up the hot spots in the Under 23 race - to Under 14s Anna Flynn, Eva Young, Jamie Johnston and Rory McGuire in their own age categories.
Not to mention the Brenda Callander from Stirling Bike Club who wil be competing in the Veteran Women's Championships.
For more information on the British Cycling National Cyclocross Championships please click here.
Grant Ferguson - Beth.NL Superior-Brentjens MTB Racing Team
Gary MacDonald - Hope Factory Racing
David Lines - Velosure Starley Primal
Under 23 Men
Mark McGuire - 100% ME
Iain Paton - 100% ME
Under 23 Women
Ella Conolly - Ben Wyvis Cycling Club
Brenda Callander - Stirling Bike Club
Graeme Corss - SR Albannach
James Melville - Glasgow United CC
Alister Watt - Granite City RT
Franco Porco - Leslie Bike Shop/Bikers Boutique
Under 16 Girls
Anna McGorum - Peebles CC
Under 14 Girls
Anna Flynn - Edinbrugh RC
Eva Young - Pedal Power RT
Under 16 Boys
Sean Flynn - Edinburgh RC
Under 14 Boys
Rory McGuire - Perth City Cycles
Jamie Johnston - Pro Vision Cycle Clothing