WAGGA cycling siblings Bronte and Myles Stewart will embark on their next road to success when they tackle big events in September.
Bronte, 14, was one of four cyclists named in the under-15 squad for the national junior championships on the Gold Coast after winning the time trial and silver in the criterium at the weekend's junior state road championships in the Hunter.
Stewart beat national champion Keira Will in the time trial, and also finished just off the podium in the road race.
"It was a pretty miserable weekend with wind and rain, but I won (the time trial) by four seconds over the national champion, which I'm pretty stoked about," she said.
"I managed to get up front in the road race but came back to the group, I'm not a good sprinter so I came fourth."
Myles, 20, finished in the top 20 at National Road Series event Tour de Tweed and has been named in a young six-man squad to compete at China's Tour of Poyang Lake next month.
"It will be good just to experience something different than Australia, a different climate and bigger bunches. Hopefully I'll go alright," he said.
"It's for NSW riders still developing who haven't experienced riding on a different stage."
Five Wagga Cycling Club members also competed at the junior championships, with Lexie Phillips grabbing silver in the road race and criterium, and bronze in time trial.
Carrington Oke secured silver in the under-11 time trial, while nine-year-old Rhys Thomas was unlucky to not win a medal after placing fourth in all three disciplines.
Amy Combs (15) and Luke Nixon (14) battled hard in the under-17s against older and more experienced opposition.