Brian Robinson has received £15,000 in compensation for the injuries and bike damage which he suffered in a collision with a car last July.
The Yorkshireman, who became the first Briton to win a Tour de France stage with victory in stage seven to Brest in 1958, was knocked off his bike while out riding in Thornhill Lees.
The incident came just two weeks after Yorkshire's Tour de France Grand Depart, for which he had been a high-profile ambassador.
He suffered six broken ribs, a punctured lung and a serious cut to his arm, as well as a broken collarbone, and said at the time: "I feel that I'm finally a cyclist now that I've had a broken collarbone. I've joined the club at last."
After the payout, Robinson, who still gets out on his bike twice a week, added: "I have had a great medical once over and I am obviously pleased with the compensation, which has enabled me to get back on my bike as quickly as possible."
Richard is digital editor of Cycling Weekly. Joining the team in 2013, Richard became editor of the website in 2014 and coordinates site content and strategy, leading the news team in coverage of the world's biggest races and working with the tech editor to deliver comprehensive buying guides, reviews, and the latest product news.
An occasional racer, Richard spends most of his time preparing for long-distance touring rides these days, or getting out to the Surrey Hills on the weekend on his Specialized Tarmac SL6 (with an obligatory pub stop of course).
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