JORDAN Palin has confirmed his return from injury in time for the British Under-19 Final on his home Championship track of Scunthorpe.
Palin successfully came through a practice session yesterday and will line up on Friday three weeks after suffering a broken collarbone in a crash at Redcar.
He said: “It felt good, really good to be back on the bike. Three weeks without racing felt like three months to me!
“Practice went well with no ill effects, so although it will take time to fully get over the injury, I am ready to return and race again, without a doubt.
“I really have been lucky to have Steve Williams, the sports physio working closely with me these past three weeks which has kept me focused and aided my recovery.
“I rested the first two weeks whilst continuing my strict diet, but I have been back doing plenty of cycling and general fitness training which is going well.
“All I want to do is race my bike, so watching everyone else race was tough. I want to be out there, contributing to the results and helping win meetings.”