Domestic behemoth Ian Bibby returns to Madison Genesis in 2019 with an illustrious palmares.

Riding in the king of the mountains jersey for three days at the Tour de Yorkshire, Mike Cuming’s daily podium appearance was the highlight of his 2018 campaign.

A versatile and experienced roadman, Rich Handley's form has been prolific across the British road series and Tour Series events.

An injury-interrupted 2018 could only slow down Matt Holmes so much – an attacking performance in the Tour of Britain reminded the peloton of his talents.

Bad luck undermined Horton’s two best performances of 2018 – while underlining his ability to perform on the right road parcours.

The youngest rider for Madison Genesis, 18-year-old Joe Laverick will be balancing A-Level studies with his athletic ambitions in 2019.

Tom Moses is becoming one of Britain’s most established, multi-talented domestic riders.

British Cycling GP Series champion in 2017 and Spring Cup winner in 2018, Johnny McEvoy is one of the best all-rounders in the domestic peloton.

One of Britain’s best criterium racers, Jon Mould has 11 Tour Series race victories to his name.

In his first season with Madison Genesis George Pym became a key member of the squad.

Eighth at the Tour de Yorkshire in 2015 and third on stage five of the 2016 Tour of Britain, Erick Rowsell faced another injury-interrupted season in 2018.

Connor Swift came to prominence with victory at the 2018 British national road race championships, taking a stunning solo victory.

The second-youngest rider on the squad at 21-years-old, Joey Walker has a wealth of experience and plenty of opportunity to continue his development.