Ahead of the Friends Life Tour of Britain in September, there’s plenty of opportunities to see your favourite riders from the UK’s domestic squads in action, whether in town and city centre criteriums or road race action.

As well as the fan favourite Pearl Izumi Tour Series from 12 May to 11 June, British Cycling’s two premier race series also give fans a chance to see racing action around the UK throughout the year.

Divided into two halves, the Elite Road Series gets underway with the three race Spring Cup during April and May, including the two-day Tour of the Reservoir in County Durham.

The second half, the Grand Prix Series, then kicks off in July with five races in Northern England, the Midlands and south Wales building up towards the Friends Life Tour of Britain, with riders from the domestic UCI Continental teams sure to want to shine in order to gain selection from the country’s biggest race.

You can find out more about the Elite Road Series race locations and dates and keep up-to-date during the season here.

After the conclusion of the Pearl Izumi Tour Series on Thursday 11 June, there’s still plenty of chances to catch Britain’s top stars in crit action.  The eight round Elite Circuit Series takes place between 1 July and 7 August with rounds across the North of England and South Wales, where the final event takes place in Abergavenny, Monmouthshire.

You can find out more about the Elite Circuit Race Series, including all of the dates and venues, and keep up-to-date during the season here.

And don’t forget, full details of the dates and venues for the 2015 Pearl Izumi Tour Series will be announced at the Series launch on Thursday 26 February during the iceBike show in Milton Keynes, while the overall route for the 2015 Friends Life Tour of Britain will be announced at the National Launch in the Spring.

Don't forget you can find the Pearl Izumi Tour Series on Twitter and Facebook and use #tourseries to discuss.  You can also find the Friends Life Tour of Britain on Twitter and Facebook and use #tob2015 to start looking ahead to next year's race.