17th March 2018
Winter Time = Turbo Training fun!
4th March 2018
All the gear, no idea... meet Geri the Giant TCR!
31st October 2017
Movies, gadgets & home improvements...
30th October 2017
I was still pretty immobile but what could I do with all this spare time...
18th October 2017
Long wait, stitches out, heroes and Norman
25th September 2017
Concert to raise money for the BOTS charities
18th July 2017
The joy of weeing in pots!
17th July 2017
I was so pleased to be home with the wife and kids but it came with a new set of challenges
13th July 2017
Leaving hospital was not as straight forward as I had hoped
30th June 2017
Losing my husband (temporarily!) - My wife's tale...
19th June 2017
What a rollercoaster ride I had on the Norwich City pills, here I bear all about the crazy side effects!
17th June 2017
Sadly my kit was my best friends for a few weeks... it all got special names!
14th June 2017
I'm gutted to be missing the SB&G sportive this week but I will be cheerleading to make up for it!
11th June 2017
After the crash I was badly injured, my bike was less fortunate...
9th June 2017
My body was pumped with drugs for almost a month, with some interesting side effects...
4th June 2017
I am so grateful for the amazing care I received at Barnsley so here is a little thank you
2nd June 2017
Possibly the strangest and sometimes most challenging part of being laid up in bed all day...
1st June 2017
Introducing my new friends from the orthopaedic trauma ward...
30th May 2017
Mrs Whitlam's version of events from the day of the cycling accident...
29th May 2017
After my accident and a long day in A&E I needed to go in to operating theatre to get my leg fixed!
28th May 2017
So what did the orthopaedic surgeons make of my mangled leg?!
After the crash I was rushed to Barnsley Hospital A&E to assess the damage...
On 23rd April 2017 my world was turned upside down when I hit a car in a head on collision whilst coming around a sharp, blind corner...
14th May 2017
My £30 ten year old helmet potentially saved my life. Your head is more important than your hair... so PLEASE WEAR A HELMET!