Tony Bell

Tony Bell
Personal information
Full nameAntony Bell
Born(1958-06-20) 20 June 1958 (age 59)
 England
 United Kingdom
Height1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Team information
DisciplineRoad
RoleRider
Amateur team(s)
-Birkenhead Victoria CC
-Birkenhead North End CC
-Prescot Eagle
-Ribble Valley
-Port Sunlight Wheelers Club
-Kirkby CC
-Team Haverill
-New Brighton CC
Professional team(s)
1980Midlet - Moser
1981Ian May

Biography

Tony Bell (given birth to 20 June 1958) is a freelance article writer and journalist, known for his What’s he on column in Bicycling Regular, where he was a columnist between 1994 and 2006. His recognition gained like a CW columnist resulted in engagements as an after-dinner loudspeaker at cycling occasions. Bell can be a significant reporter having a level in politics that has reported on competition riots, gangland agreements, medicines wars and environmental and sociable problems in his local Merseyside for The Individual as well as the Observer. Carrying out a street accident where several people of Rhyl bicycling club were wiped out, Bell criticized the behaviour of those such as for example Jeremy Clarkson, whose column in SUNLIGHT he regarded anti-cyclist, and what he noticed as the cynical attitude of motorists. He needed a single company to represent cyclists in the united kingdom in order to avoid such tragedies continuing. Bell was also professional cyclist. He once kept the mountains and factors jerseys in the esteemed Mi-Août Bretonne. He’s the sibling of former Country wide Beginner and Professional Street Race Champion Tag Bell, who passed away in ’09 2009. Bell lives in Chester and products his income being a bus drivers. He is composing an autobiography, provisionally known as “Pinball”, excerpts which are on his site.

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