City supporters Tim Kent (pictured) and Iggy Milomo will be representing the Bantams this summer in the Football League's special 'Football to Amsterdam' charity cycling challenge.
Formerly known as the 'London to Amsterdam' event, the summer trek will see football fans from across the country cycle from either Barnsley's Oakwell Stadium or London's Olympic Park all the way to the Netherlands to raise money and awareness for the League's chosen charity, Prostate Cancer UK.
The cycling challenge will take place over the weekend of 3,4,5 June 2016.
Starting on the Friday (3rd June), the Yorkshire-based cyclists will leave Barnsley and head towards Hull before taking the overnight ferry to Rotterdam. The group will then ride from Rotterdam to Amsterdam, finishing at the Ajax's Amsterdam Arena.
Last year's event saw over 250 cyclists take part and over £350,000 raised for the charity.
Tim and Iggy, who have been cycling and running together for over four years now, will be in the 2013 suite on Saturday 23rd April ahead of City's home fixture with Walsall.
The pair will be there with their bikes to tell supporters all about their great adventure and to hold a special raffle and £5.00 envelope draw for selected Bradford City items. There will also be some other great prizes that can be won on the day for a small donation.
Any fans unable to visit Tim and Iggy on the day can still donate via their Just Giving page (HERE).