RICHMOND – Tony Martin says he is ready to challenge for a record-tying fourth world individual time trial title and help Etixx Quick Step recapture the team crown at the World Road Cycling Championships. The German took his final scouting and training ride Saturday over the 38.8km course where his squad will try to dethrone BMC Racing on Sunday and claim a third team title in four years. "The training today helped us get even more ready," Martin said. "We brought a very strong team. In the last weeks we did a great job turning every individual world class rider into part of a unit." Martin will be joined by reigning world road race champion Michael Kiwatkowski of Poland, Belgians Tom Boonen and Yves Lampaert, Dutchman Niki Terpstra and Colombia's Rigoberto Uran, the 2012 Olympic road race runner-up.