A late change to the New Zealand men's road race team for this weekend's world championships in the Netherlands.
Jack Bauer's withdrawn himself from the event, citing fatigue and has been replaced by Jesse Sergent.
Sergent will now join Hayden Roulston and Julian Dean in Sunday night's race.
Roulston says Bauer's made the right decision.
"At this stage of the year you need motivation, you need form and I saw Jack last week and he wasn't overly motivated."
He says Jesse Sergent will be their support rider.
"But also Jesse - he's actually going really, really well. I saw him up in Belgium in one of the one day races we did and that was a super hard race and he was right at the end with me, so he'll actually do a good race as well."
Roulston says it'll be great to ride with him again.
"There's no yarn like a good old Kiwi yarn so I'm sure there'll be many of those leading up to the race."
The race will be the first time Sergent and Roulston have competed together in New Zealand colours since they won bronze on the track at the Beijing Olympics.