Two of the Island's brightest young cycling talents have been speaking to Manx Radio about their hopes for the future.
Brothers Peter and Tim Kennaugh have both had considerable success this season.
Peter, who was fourth in the Under-23 World Road Race Championship, recently signed his first professional contract with Team Sky, a new outfit put together with the aim of producing a British Tour de France winner within five years.
Seventeen-year-old Tim, the younger of the two, is the latest Manx cyclist to be picked for British Cycling's Olympic Academy programme, where he'll join Chris Whorrall and Mark Christian along with five other young Brits.
On Friday Sport, Peter told Tim Glover joining the team is a fantastic opportunity and a logical next step for him:
Tim told Tim Glover it'll be great to have his fellow Manxies there for support: