Great Britain have named a strong 10-man cycling team for May's Visa Paralympic World Cup in Manchester.
Darren Kenny will be hoping for a good display at the Velodrome
At last year's event, the British team won seven gold medals and set five world records.
Double Paralympic gold medal-winner Darren Kenny will compete in the CP3 pursuit against fellow Briton Gary Rosbotham-Williams.
Kenny was due to face former Tour de France rider Javier Ochoa but the Spaniard has been forced to withdraw.
Both Kenny and Rosbotham-Williams will also compete in the scratch race.
Tandem sprint pairings Anthony Kappes and Barney Storey and Aileen McGlynn and Ellen Hunter will also appear.
Former swimmers Jody Cundy and Sarah Bailey are in action too on 11 May in the Manchester Velodrome.
Cundy, who made his international debut in last year's event, will compete in the LC2 kilometre time trial and the scratch race.
Bailey will take her chances in the 3km pursuit, where she is the world record holder and world champion.
US-based Mark Bristow (LC1 kilometre time trial) and Rik Waddon (CP4 kilometre time trial) complete the British team.
The Paralympic World Cup, which runs from 7-13 May, features track cycling, swimming, athletics and wheelchair basketball.