The cycling pioneer Brian Robinson, who helped bring the Tour de France to Yorkshire, is back home from hospital after an accident while out riding his bike.
Brian, 83, was the first Briton to win a stage of the Tour in the fifties.
He is battered and bruised, but overwhelmed by good wishes from around the world and already planning his return to the saddle.
Jon Hill went to meet him:
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