Laura Trott, Dani King, Joanna Rowsell and Elinor Barker broke the world record twice in Manchester as Britain's women maintained their dominance of the team pursuit, with 19-year-old Scot Katie Archibald providing another option in Aguascalientes.
Archibald took silver in the scratch race and bronze in the individual pursuit in Manchester while competing for Scotland, and was drafted into the GB squad for Mexico.
"I guess legends get built around the team and its riders but it's in their benefit, because we are working as a team, for everyone to get along and they have just been very welcoming. It's been an ideal transition."
Olympic champion Trott will try to repeat her omnium victory in Manchester, while Rowsell goes for gold in the individual pursuit once again.
Sam Harrison replaces Andy Tennant in the men's pursuit squad, with Ed Clancy, Steven Burke, Jon Dibben and Owain Doull trying to repeat their gold-medal winning performance in Manchester.
The third leg of the World Cup is scheduled for Guadalajara, Mexico, in January, before the World Championships take place in Cali, Colombia, in February.
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