Johansson won the opening stage of the Women's Tour ahead of world champion Marianne Vos (Rabobank/Liv) thanks to aggressive racing and with one stage left to race, is 19 seconds off the pace in the general classification.
Elvin, who has won back-to-back Australian national road titles, is representative of the teams "love to race" philosophy; while Johansson is a serial winner and podium place getter and both riders have made this evident during the four stages of the British race.
Expect Orica-AIS, which finished 2013 as the best ranked women's team, to animate the 108.1km stage five from Harwich to Bury St Edmunds and do its best to record a second stage win.
Next up for the team is a team time trial camp but first, is a chance to "go home" and enjoy a small period of rest.
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