– Dave Brailsford, British Cycling performance director
We have selected what I believe to be an excellent team going into an Olympic Games and we have a good mix of experienced Olympians alongside young riders who are making their Olympic debut.
We still have some decisions to make, for example, the road teams will be refined in due course and who will ride in what event on the track will be determined nearer the time.
Overall, though, the GB Cycling Team has had a strong season across all the disciplines and we are ready to step up again at the Olympics.
David Millar, who served a two-year suspension from 2004 to 2006 after admitting to taking a banned substance, has been included in the Great Britain cycling squad for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
British Cycling has refused to speculate on the possibility that David Millar will be a part of the Olympic cycling team, following the CAS ruling against a lifetime drugs ban.
A spokesperson for British Cycling said: "Our team for the Games is being selected in June and across all disciplines we'll pick the team based on which riders are fit and available, and who we believe have the best chance to deliver medals."
Talking exclusively to ITV at the launch of a partnership between Team Sky and Jaguar, Mark Cavendish said: "I would like David Millar to ride the Olympic road race with me."
He denied previously saying that Millar deserved a chance to ride at London 2012.
World road race champion and Olympic hopeful Mark Cavendish has repeated his desire to ride alongside David Millar at London 2012.
Like Chambers, Millar is serving a lifetime British Olympic Association ban for doping, but an imminent Court of Arbitration for Sport ruling could clear him to compete at the Olympics.