1. 00:00 Great Britain's Olympic road cycling team arriving in the media zone
2. 00:09 SOUNDBITE (English) Chris Froome, cyclist for Great Britain's Olympic team:
"The Olympics is so different to anything else we do. I mean, the Tour de France is obviously the pinnacle of our sport and every year to focus on the Tour de France that's a massive, massive goal for me, but the Olympics is just something special, it's something more than that, it's something that only comes around once every four years. And especially on a course like this, that's so hilly, it could be a once in a lifetime opportunity. So I'm really motivated to be here and to be wearing our national colours with the whole nation behind us, especially in cycling, seeing how the sport has developed so much over the last few years in Britain. We've got a lot of support from home and we want to make everyone proud."
3. 00:57 Cutaway of Chris Froome, cyclist for Great Britain's Olympic team
4. 01:03 SOUNDBITE (English) Chris Froome, cyclist for Great Britain's Olympic team:
"I think the final circuit with the final climb of eight kilometres is going to make a huge difference, but we first have to get there. We have to get there, we have to pass all the cobbled section that we have - that's also something quite new for the Olympics, to have cobbles. The climb on the cobbled circuit is also really tough so, all-in-all it's going to be a circuit for the climbers and I think we can expect to see the likes of Vincenzo Nibali, Alejandro Valverde, I think Wout Poels, riding for Holland, guys like that who can climb really well, we expect to see them in the final."
5. 01:48 Journalists interviewing Froome and Adam Yates, cyclist for Great Britain's Olympic team
6. 01:54 SOUNDBITE (English) Adam Yates, cyclist for Great Britain's Olympic team:
"It feels fantastic. We got in (to Brazil) just last night, so still a bit tired and a bit of jetlag. It's still not so long that we are here, but I am sure that when we start and I pin my number on it will feel really special. But we are here to do a job. Hopefully we are going to arrive in good condition and try and do something on Saturday."
7. 02:18 Cutaway of Yates
8. 02:24 SOUNDBITE (English) Adam Yates, cyclist for Great Britain's Olympic team:
"Is going to be a tough race, the circuit is real tough, but I think we have the team here to do something. We have many options, we have the guy who just won the Tour de France (Froome). We have guys who have won stage races and one-day races before in the past and will do again in the future. So, like I said, we have many options and I'm sure we'll try to do something during the race. It's a little bit unpredictable with only five riders, but we have the full roster of five riders, whereas a lot of teams have missed out and have four riders or less. Like I said, it's going to be unpredictable, but I'm sure we'll be able to do something."
Great Britain's road cycling team visited a British school in Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday (2nd August), three days ahead of the start of the 2016 Olympic Games in the Brazilian city.
With the Olympic Games opening ceremony on Friday (5th August), Great Britain's road cycling team are hoping to be among the medals.
A day after arriving in Rio de Janeiro, the team visited a British school in the Brazilian city on Tuesday (2nd August) and spoke about their hopes for the upcoming Games.
Three-times Tour de France winner Chris Froome is the natural leader of a cohesive and highly competitive team selected by coach Rod Ellingworh.
Geraint Thomas, winner of the 2016 Paris-NIce classic; Adam Yates, who finished fourth overall and first of the young riders in the 2016 Tour de France; Ian Stannard and Steve Cummings are the other members of the British road squad.