Cyclist killed in 10-mile time trial named as 72-year-old club co-founder John Stewart

John Stewart helped to found the South Pennine Road Club in 1962

A cyclist killed while competing in a 10-mile time trial in Derbyshire on Thursday has been named as John Stewart, a founding member of the South Pennine Road Club which was organising the event.

The 72-year-old was struck by a van while racing on the A50 on Thursday evening, receiving fatal injuries and dying at the scene.

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