The seventh season of the Tour Series saw new teams, riders and venues, and a change in regulations, but the same distinctive look thanks to the sponsorship of cycling, running and triathlon apparel brand Pearl Izumi.
Ryde on the Isle of Wight was one of four new venues - alongside Motherwell in North Lanarkshire, Croydon in South London and the historic city of Bath - getting the Series underway with an opening event that also included a Team Time Trial.
Two new teams joined the Series, the ONE Pro Cycling squad of former England cricketer Matt Prior would go on to lead the Series after the opening events in Ryde and take the battle for the 2015 Pearl Izumi Tour Series trophy down to the final round in Bath.
The second new team were Team WIGGINS of 2012 Tour de France winner Sir Bradley Wiggins, and while the Knight of the Realm didn't make a race appearance, his team did take an individual victory in Barrow thanks to star of the future Chris Lawless.
The Series soon became a battle between Madison Genesis and ONE Pro Cycling, with the fight going down to the final event in Bath, with new rules counting the times of all five riders in a team eventually being the downfall of ONE, after losing Yanto Barker to a mechanical induced crash in Bath.
Team Raleigh GAC again enjoyed success with Morgan Kneisky winning them the Chain Reaction Cycles sponsored Points Jersey, which again enjoyed a revamped format with points also being awarded in the finish sprint, in addition to three intermediate, 'hot spot' sprints.
The women's sprints winner was Nikki Juniper, who also won the Matrix Fitness GP Series, while Olympians Dani King and Laura Trott and Paralympian Dame Sarah Storey all took race wins.
Storey's Pearl Izumi Sports Tours International team took the overall honours in the women's Series, which again took place over five events, sharing it's final race with the men on a tough, cobbled circuit in front of the city's famous Royal Crescent.