The Raleigh Chopper bicycle is making a comeback 21 years after it was withdrawn from sale.
The 1970s cult bicycle is back by popular demand
The company which is based in Eastwood, Nottinghamshire, says the bike has been restyled for a new generation of youngsters.
Bosses say the comeback of the model is in response to a change in the bike market and an increased demand for retro products.
The new bike is being manufactured in the Far East and goes on sale in April.
More than one million of the bikes were made at Raleigh's Nottinghamshire factory in the 1970s.
The seventies icon was designed by Alan Oakley, then chief designer at Raleigh.
The only major design change is to the gear changes, which are on the long handlebars instead of the crossbar.
Those at Raleigh are confident the new chopper will revitalise interest in bikes produced in Nottinghamshire.
The new model was unveiled at Raleigh's headquarters in Eastwood on Tuesday.