A former footballer who lost his legs in a hit-and-run crash has completed a 150-mile charity cycle ride.
Shaun Whiter, whose career ended a result, completed the Ipswich Town FC tour on a hand-pedal bike.
He was joined by former Blues players Russell Osman, Mick Stockwell and Titus Bramble, setting off on the ride from Portman Road on Sunday.
The ride from Mr Whiter’s home town was held in support of several local charities including the club’s own.
Before setting off Mr Whiter, 24, said “It was good to be getting back into sport again. I was part of a team before. I want to be part of a team and this is it.”
He was struck by a car while helping helping his friend change a tyre near Newmarket in Suffolk.
He was training with Newmarket Town FC at the time. But both his legs were crushed and had to be amputated.
Jan Adamec, 40, was jailed for three years in September for causing injury by dangerous driving.
Mr Whiter’s friend, Soham Town Rangers player Joey Abbs, suffered serious leg injuries in the crash
Speaking after finishing the two-day ride to Potter’s Resort in Hopton, Norfolk, and back, Mr Whiter described the event as “amazing”.
On using his arms instead of his legs to cycle he said: “It’s difficult but it’s what I have to now use so it’s something that I’ve got used to and what I now enjoy.
“To get out there with all these hundred people, raising money for different charities is the best thing.”
He raised £2,500 for the East Anglian Air Ambulance which airlifted him to hospital after he was injured.