One of Britain's most famous cycling events is to make a return next month.
Nottingham will host the one day event on May 26th - 20 years after the last race was staged.
Malcolm Elliot won the milk race in 1987, when it was a 13 day event.
Tony Doyle, a former cycling champion and the race director, said: "With Nottingham's enthusiasm for hosting sporting events and it's historic link to cycling through Raleigh, it seems the perfect location to bring the event back".
The original Milk Race ran from 1958 to 1993, but ended when investment in promoting milk was cut by the government. Funding for this event comes from the UK's three biggest dairies who hope linking their product with sport will increase sales among young people.