Former England footballer and Leeds player Danny Mills is taking part in the rescheduled Archie Mills Memorial Challenge today.
The 225-mile bike ride from Leeds to London is raising money for the spina bifida charity Shine that he was due to undertake last month - but was called off due to his gastroenteritis.
The ride comes ten years after Mills and wife Lisa lost their unborn son Archie to spina bifida.
Former England and Leeds United star Danny Mills will deliver a coaching masterclass at Elland Road later. Danny is looking for aspiring coaches to take part in the event which will combine mentoring sessions for those wanting to break into the football industry away from the playing side.
Advice on how to break into administration, community and media will all be on hand and eager coaches will benefit from FA accredited sessions. The event is part of a wider leadership programme, which aims at getting talented individuals working within the game at all levels.