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ALAN ROSNER

It is with great regret that I have to advise club members that Alan Rosner passed away last night (June 1st).

Alan has been a passionate cyclist and involved with cycling all his life. He was on the British Cycling Eastern Region Regional Board and a team manager for the BMC UK Racing Team as well as instrumental in the Chris Negus Memorial Fund. He has supported racing for as long as I can remember. He will possibly be remembered best for the Dengie Tour in whatever form or name it took – tirelessly organising the race until it reached a Premier Calendar event – the pinnacle of domestic British cycling.

He will be greatly missed.

 

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9 Responses to "ALAN ROSNER"

  1. Tim Pittick Tim Pittick says:

    That is such terrible news. My thoughts are with his family.

  2. JASON JASON says:

    Very sad news. My thoughts and sympathies go out to Alan’s family.
    RIP.

  3. Russ Dore says:

    Just would like say Iam so sad to hear about the news about Alan he really put Gateway cycling club on the map Rip mate

  4. Robert Drake Robert Drake says:

    Alan will be greatly missed by the cycling fraterityand also in the wider world as Alan and his family were greatly involved in charity work for the homeless,usually spending their christmases helping to run a hostel for homeless people in the Harlow area.Sadly missed indeed.

  5. Theresa says:

    That is really sad news. My thoughts are with his family.

  6. Dave retigan Dave retigan says:

    I was really shocked and saddened by this awful news my thoughts are with his family at this sad time.RIP

  7. says:

    RIP Alan

  8. Trevor Waite Trevor Waite says:

    Very sad news. RIP Alan

  9. Brian says:

    Very sorry to hear of the loss of Alan. I first met Alan in 1961 as a 14 year old when I joined the Comet C C in Leytonstone. He was one of the stars of the old Paddington Cycle Track Tuesday league and I remember him competing in the Maccabiah Games circa 1962 in the individual pursuit. I used to have a Gitane bike and he nicknamed me Rapha Gitane Harry after Tom Simpson’s team of the day.