Harry Tanfield delivered a remarkable show of strength as Canyon Eisberg snatched the Tour Series lead in Stevenage.
The 23-year-old soloed to a second successive crit victory in the championship following his maiden triumph in Aberystwyth on Saturday.
And with Chris Opie, Andrew Tennant and Charles Page sprinting to eighth, ninth and 10th respectively, Canyon Eisberg toasted the team victory, too.
Page, 19, then added the Brother fastest lap prize – in only his second Tour Series outing – to complete a memorable night.
It was a dominant display from the squad, coming hot on the heels of the team time trial success earlier in the day.
And the emphatic performance delivered in Stevenage ensured they tore the leaders’ jerseys from the shoulders of Madison Genesis with two rounds remaining.
Ahead of Tuesday’s penultimate round at Wembley Park, Canyon Eisberg (72) lead JLT Condor and Madison (both 69) by three points.
An early fastest lap contender came courtesy of Page with a 1min 9.301sec effort in a lightning quick start to the contest.
Continuing the team’s aggressive intent, Harry Tanfield had a couple of digs off the front but each time he was swiftly shut down.
And with little more than 10 minutes of rapid racing in the legs, the peloton had been shaken down to just 30 riders.
JLT’s Matt Gibson won the opening Eisberg sprint of the evening, with closest challenger Rob Scott, of Team Wiggins, third.
Harry Tanfield hit the front again after the prime and gradually began cranking up the pressure once more.
The 23-year-old’s relentless efforts finally dragged five riders away from the thinned out peloton.
Scott, Madison Genesis’ Richard Handley, JLT’s Tom Moses, ONE Pro’s Hayden McCormick and Richardsons-Trek’s George Wood were all involved.
And with the big five teams represented, the bunch took their foot off the gas and allowed the break off the leash.
Scott, unsurprisingly, took the second Eisberg sprint of the night with Harry Tanfield and Handley in close quarters.
And by the time Scott swept up the third prime, with 45 minutes on the clock, the breakaway had the back of the peloton firmly in its sights.
More than a minute clear, the front six looked destined to fight for individual glory. But at this stage the team win was anyone’s guess.
With five minutes still remaining before the five laps to go klaxon, Harry Tanfield put the hammer down again and gapped his fellow escapees.
Meanwhile, the lapped bunch were told they would sprint for the line with three laps remaining before clearing the circuit.
Moses, Handley and McCormick were joining forces in pursuit of Harry Tanfield at the head of the race.
But they were struggling to make any dent in the five-second advantage the Great Ayton man had quickly built up. In fact, it appeared to be growing.
When the five laps to board came out, the Commonwealth Games silver medallist had opened up a 20-second gap as he closed in on a second win in three days.
Behind him, Opie, Tennant and Page sprinted to eighth, ninth and 10th, while Charlie Tanfield was 16th, underlining the team’s dominance on the night and seeing them close in on team victory.
It was then just left to Harry Tanfield to get his arms in the air for the second crit in succession, following his Aberystwyth win on Saturday night.
The victory was also a fifth consecutive race win for the team – a run kicked off by hill climb and individual wins in Durham last Tuesday.
Scott was second ahead of third-placed Wood. Team Wiggins were second in the team standings, with JLT Condor third.