WORLD champion Amy Cure will be chasing more glory in this Saturday night's women's madison on Bendigo's track.
After a stunning performance to win gold in the points score at the world titles in Colombia, Cure now sets her sights on success at the Tom Flood Sports Centre.
A field of eight teams will contest the 60-lap race from 8.20pm at the carnival's women's night.
Cure will team with Ashlee Ankudinoff.
A year ago, Ankudinoff and Bella King ruled the track to be the first winners of the Bendigo International Women's Madison.
King joins forces with Jess Mundy in this year's classic, which is sponsored by Regional Academy of Cycling Excellence and TDT.
The women's madison field:
Macey Stuart (Tasmania) and Josie Talbot (Victoria).
Alex Manly and Dani McKinnery (South Australia).
Nina Greig-Towers and Grace Phang (Victoria).
Stacey Reidel (South Australia) and Tegan-Jane Westendorf (Victoria).
Tayla Evans (Bendigo) and Lauretta Hanson (Macedon).
Bella King (Western Australia) and Jes Mundy (South Australia).
Rachael Swain and Sarah Mortley (Bendigo).
Amy Cure (Tasmania) and Ashlee Ankudinoff (New South Wales).