New teams NFTO Pro Cycling and PedalHeaven competed at every round for the first time, but it was a mainstay of the Series since Year One, Rapha Condor JLT who came away with the title and the highly distinctive five red and yellow leaders jerseys.
Taking the Series lead at Round Two in Barrow, they never lost their grip to become the first time to win the title on a second occasion. John Herety's team also took individual wins in Barrow (Graham Briggs) and Aberystwyth (Felix English).
Elsewhere Jon Mould took memorable victories on the tougher circuits of Stoke-on-Trent, Durham and Edinburgh, while Raleigh's Matthieu Boulo won the first ever hill climb above the castle of Gorey on Jersey, and looking to the future Great Britain's Matt Gibson took an impressive win in Peterborough.
With no defending champion in the women's Matrix Fitness Grand Prix Series, it was Eileen Roe who led the way, winning the opening race in Peterborough and the finale in Peterborough, to fend off the challenge of fellow Scot and best friend Charline Joiner.
Venues: Stoke-on-Trent, Barrow, Peterborough, Aberystwyth, Durham, Edinburgh, Redditch, Canary Wharf, Woking, Gorey/Jersey
Champions: Rapha Condor JLT
Sprints Winner: Jon Mould, NFTO Pro Cycling
Matrix Fitness GP Series Champion: Eileen Roe, Starley Primal Pro Cycling
Matrix Fitness GP Series Team Champions: Pearl Izumi Sports Tours International
Matrix Fitness GP Series Sprints Champion: Helen Wyman, Matrix Fitness - Vulpine