A former two-time Olympian will line up against dozens of other cyclists for a dynamic road race in Doncaster this weekend.
John Tanner, aged 47, of Sprotbrough, wore the Great Britain jersey during the 1996 Atlanta and 2000 Sydney Olympic Games.
The cycling supremo will be on the start line for the Danum Trophy Road Race which starts and finishes at High Melton College on Sunday.
A field of 70 riders will take part in the race, which dates back to 1969. It has been co-organised by the Doncaster Wheelers Cycling Club and Dinnington Road Club.
Edenthorpe man Martin Maltby, 46, president of Doncaster Wheelers Cycling Club, said: “A top class field of cyclists have entered the race with plenty of local riders hoping to take victory.
“It was first run in 1969 on a circuit based in Wentworth, just outside Doncaster, by the Birdwell Wheelers Cycling Club and carried on for about 20 years but was stopped due to traffic lights and other circuit problems.
It was relaunched in Doncaster in 2013 on the new circuit.
“We had a gap last year because we put all of our efforts into the Doncaster Cycle Festival but now it is back again.
“The new circuit covers some of Doncaster’s most scenic countryside around the villages of High Melton, Cadeby and Sprotbrough.”
Riders must complete 10 laps of a testing six-mile circuit, covering a total of 60 miles.
Other professional riders including Tom Stewart, of Cusworth, and Rossington rider Graham Briggs, are also due to compete.
Racing starts at 9.30am and should finish about 12.15pm.