Charlie Tanfield has cruised to the British individual pursuit crown at the National Cycling Centre in Manchester.
The 21-year-old, from Great Ayton in North Yorkshire, caught defending champion Dan Bigham in the final to clinch the title.
The pair, who compete on the track for Team KGF, were the stand-out riders during the morning qualifying session.
Charlie booked his spot in the final in emphatic fashion, topping the timesheets with an effort of 4.14.134 for the 4km test.
His brother, Harry Tanfield, registered a time of 4.19.660 to finish fifth, missing out on the bronze medal race by just 0.179sec to Mark Stewart.
John Archibald defeated Stewart in the third-place scrap with 4.19.349 to make it an all-Team KGF podium.
Charlie is the second fastest British individual pursuiter of all time behind Chris Boardman and clocked the fourth best time ever when winning the Track World Cup in Minsk last weekend.
The University of Derby talent continues his National Track Championship campaign in the kilo on Saturday.
And on Sunday, he will join forces with Harry as Team KGF bid to defend the team pursuit title they won last season.
Harry, 23, and Charlie will be both be competing on the road for Canyon Eisberg this season.