The Milk Race Returns for 2014


We are pleased to bring you news of the return of the Milk Race to Nottingham on the 25th May. Nottingham was chosen as the location of The Milk Race for the second year running as it played a huge part in the success of last year’s event. The city also has a long standing heritage in cycling – it houses the headquarters of leading brand Raleigh – and maintains an outstanding commitment to community cycling.

Rapha Condor JLT rider and last years champion, Felix English has already confirmed he will be racing again. Also confirmed for this year is multi gold medal Paralympian, Dame Sarah Storey, along with her team The Madison Boot Out Breast Cancer Cycling Team.

We went along to last years event and had a fantastic time, the day is packed full of action. From public races to elite races, a milk race village and this year the day before the main events a festival of music and entertainment. Have a look through our feature from last years event to get an idea of what you can expect from the racing! For more information on this years event, visit the main website.

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