Well, I cycled Davina McCalls DIVA100 again in May, this time the whole 100km. I set myself the target of cycling under 4 1/2 hours. Cycling time I did achieve that but I had a couple of fuel stops which meant that my even time was 4:45:45. It's very boring cycling that distance though so I won't do a ride again that long in a hurry.
I hope to do one of the shorter courses of the London Duathlon in September. I've got a 10km run coming up in July so I'm training for that.
I've taken part in the Addison Lee Die In - http://road.cc/content/news/57094-cyclis
And this week I rode with Mark Cavendish on a Sky Ride. For security purposes it was all a bit hush hush and I didn't find out where it was until 12 hours before it was due to take place. Conveniently it was at Regent's Park so that wasn't too much effort for me to get to. There were 150 of us and Cav rode on a fixed wheel wearing jeans and black Sky polo shirt. He looked very sexy! Unfortunately I was having camera problems and didn't get any close ups and Getty Images didn't really come up trumps either. Ggrr.
This week I started physio proper. It seem I have an impinged right shoulder and it's very weak. It also appears that I might have broken a bit of my pelvis hence the reason I've struggled with my right pelvic region. It might also be that I tore a hip flexor. None of this can be proved without an xray or a scan so that's next on the agenda. The Motor Insurance Bureau are paying for this! I'm now just waiting for a psychiatric assessment because the consultant who I saw in March thinks I need more help to get over the accident.
Anyway, life goes on. I'm cycling a lot with various different people and I just force myself through any pain I suffer because to give into it would be defeatist.