Former British National Champion dies

Mark Bell, the former British Olympic cyclist, has died on Friday, January 30, at the age of 49.

Bell won the British Cycling Road Race Championships in 1981 as an amateur and again in 1984 as a professional. He competed on the British road and track teams at the Los Angeles Olympics in 1984, and his success in the UK included wins in the Archer GP, Essex GP and stages in the Milk Race.

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