The "Road to Rio" continues this weekend as Hong Kong cyclists try to recover from their poor start in the UCI Track World Cup series. A 10-member squad, featuring top rider Sarah Lee Wai-sze, will challenge the world's best in London for valuable ranking points in the lead-up to next year's World Championships in Paris and the ultimate goal - the 2016 Olympic Games. The six rounds of the World Cup series prior to Rio, the two World Championships and the two regional Championships (2015 and 2016), form the qualification process for 2016. The cyclists are in much better form now following a four-week preparation for the London leg and coupled with the experience they gained in Guadalajara Leung Hung-tak No one stood out for Hong Kong in a disappointing first round in Guadalajara, Mexico, last month, but officials remain upbeat for the three-day second round starting on Friday. "They were under some form adjustments before setting off for Mexico because of the Incheon Asian Games and the results did not surprise me," said Hong Kong Cycling Association chairman Leung Hung-tak. "But the cyclists are in much better form now following a four-week preparation for the London leg and coupled with the experience they gained in Guadalajara, they should be showing some improvement." Lee finished seventh in the sprint and was eliminated after the first round in the keirin, while Cheung King-lok came 16th of 20 in the omnium. The men's and women's pursuit teams finished 21st and 19th respectively, behind Asian rivals China and Japan with only the top two from the region qualifying for Rio. Lee will compete in the sprint and keirin events, at the same London venue where she secured Olympic bronze in 2012. Australia and Britain will send their top riders, but the rider to beat for Lee will be Kristina Vogel, the reigning world champion in both sprint and keirin. The German was forced to pull out of the Guadalajara round because of food poisoning.