For the Crump brothers, this upcoming cycling season is about developing good habits, strengthening their bodies and of course, getting results on the track.
Cameron and Lachlan have both been selected in the Western Region Academy of Sport squad for 2022, as well as fellow Orange cyclist Xavier Bland.
The academy focuses training and is led by head coach Marian Renshaw.
The eldest of the two, 14-year-old Cameron said it was good to have some familiar faces alongside him in the squad.
"You've got more people to talk to while you're actually training and it's better socially," he said.
"I think the (WRAS squad) has been pretty good. Last year I made the state team for track with the help of Marion."
Both of the boys haven't had much chance to compete recently, with the state lockdown seeing competition after competition cancelled.
"There hasn't been anything on since the start of that lockdown," Cameron said.
"The main event I'm focusing on is states for this year coming up.
"They do a 500 metre race and I'm going to try and get top five in that, which is my goal going into the event. I'm really looking forward to the first carnival."
This is Lachlan's second year in a row being selected in the WRAS squad and has some lofty goals.
"With no carnivals you don't know where you're at in the field and it's difficult to know what you should train and get better at," the 13-year-old said.
"There's a couple carnivals down at Dunc Gray in Sydney, the Olympic Velodrome which I like because it's quite fast. I'd like to finish on top of each race this season."
Both brothers added that the easing of restrictions has certainly made training easier.
"It was just me and my brother training together until they brought out the rule where you can go in groups of five," Cameron said.
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Lachlan added: "You've got more motivation than just having to ride by yourself."
There will also be another familiar face for the trio when training kicks off.
Orange's Mitchell Bland was also selected as the squad manager for this season.
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