Historic Overview Percy Stallard
Percy Thornley Stallard (19 July 1909 – 11 August 2001) was an English racing cyclist who reintroduced massed-start road racing on British roads in the 1940s.
Born in Wolverhampton, at his father's boarding house in Broad Street which later became his bike shop, Stallard became a member of the Wolverhampton Wheelers Cycling club and a keen competitor in cycle races, competing for Great Britain in international races during the 1930s, including three consecutive world championships (1933–1935). He was also a successful cycling coach and team captain.
Percy Stallard - Scores by Season Tweet
|20/05||Anfield 100 Invitational||66|
|16/05||Anfield 100 Invitational||6|
|15/08||World Championships Road Race (Amateurs)||12|
|21/05||Anfield 100 Invitational||12|
|18/08||World Championships Road Race (Amateurs)||7|
|18/08||World Championships Road Race (Amateurs)||11|
|01/06||Anfield 100 Invitational||3|