- RIP Steve Worland
Steve died of a heart attack today.Posted 3 years ago
To say we are shocked is an understatement 🙁MarkSubscriber
Another forum thread herePosted 3 years ago
That’s an almighty shock and very, very sad news. As others have said, he’s someone that took me right back to when it all started and it seems unfathomable he should be lost so young. RIP and sincerest condolences to family, friends and colleagues. A significant loss to cycling and beyond.Posted 3 years agofatboyjonMember
Our young sport has has lost a true gent today. Steve was always an honest, trusted, respected, likeable, amiable, passionate man with an authoritative air to all he did. There can’t be many who haven’t acted on what he said and believed in what he did. Anyone out there with silly bars, baggy shorts and a big grin should be raising a glass tonight to Steve. Long live his words and his memory. Goodnight Steve, you’ll be missed by many, but thoughts to your family. Tomorrows forecast for a windswept ride seems far more appropriate now than when I was whingeing about it earlier today.Posted 3 years ago
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