I recieved my heart transplant in 2010 in Golden Jubilee Hospital in Clydebank.
Returning to cycling post transplant (something I thought I'd never do again) I have won medals at British, European and World level for Team GB.
I was told by my late wife: "Just go out and enjoy life, ride your bike and have fun." And, for once in my life, I'm doing just what I was told to do.
I am participating in the Race for Recipients as this shows the benefits and increases awareness to the general public of the advantages of organ donation.
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|2023-09-24||Cycle||58.0 km||Warmup , tt inc puncture , gravelly time.|
|2023-09-23||Walk||5.0 km||Along the prom|
|2023-09-23||Cycle||18.0 km||Activation on turbo|
|2023-09-22||Cycle||104.0 km||R4R GJNH 2 Kelpies n back|
|2023-09-21||Walk||4.0 km||Organ donation stall at Jubilee and a wander.|
|2023-09-20||Walk||5.0 km||Along the prom , tad windy.|
|2023-09-19||Walk||5.0 km||Wet n blowing a hoolie|
|2023-09-19||Cycle||42.0 km||Zwift too wet for outside|
|2023-09-18||Walk||5.0 km||Down to the gym and back|
|2023-09-17||Cycle||40.0 km||A bit of Zwift|
|2023-09-16||Cycle||64.0 km||Serpentine Hill climb and Bute 2up TT|