Cycling pioneer Brian Robinson, who helped bring the Tour de France to Yorkshire, is back home from hospital.
And the good wishes have been coming in thick and fast. Some "get well soon" cards have even found their way to his home in Mirfield with the address "British cycling legend" and the name of the town.
83-year-old Brian was the first Briton to compete in the Tour and the first to win a stage of the famous race. He was involved in a crash with a car two weeks ago.
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