Great Britain Cycling Team's Emily Nelson and Emily Kay were among the winners at the second round of the 2015/16 Revolution Series in Manchester on Saturday.
Nelson took a lap on the field to triumph in the scratch race while Kay was victorious in the Australian pursuit.
European team pursuit champion Andy Tennant took the men’s scratch race ahead of Sir Bradley Wiggins at the National Cycling Centre, Tennant helping Team PedalSure, who he was guest riding for, to top the Elite Championship.
Trott, fresh from becoming a triple European champion in Grenchen, won the elimination and points races in the colours of Matrix Fitness Pro Cycling.
Wiggins was not to be denied as he and Owain Doull won the team elimination race while Chris Latham was the strongest in the the longest lap.
In the HOY Future Stars, Rhys Briton won all three races to build an early lead in the boys’ competition while Jess Roberts took two wins from three to top the girls’ standings.
The next round of the series takes place in London on 14 November.