Mike Hall, British endurance cyclist, Died at 35

Mike Hall was born on June 4, 1981 and died on March 31, 2017.

He was a British cyclist and race organiser.

Hall specialised in self-supported ultra-distance races.

Hall won the inaugural World Cycle Race, in 2012.

During 2013 and 2016, Mike won the Tour Divide ultra-endurance mountain bike race across the Rocky Mountains in Canada and the United States.

Mike won the inaugural Trans Am Bike Race, in 2014, a road-based event from the Pacific coast to the Atlantic coast in the USA.

From 2013, Hall has was the principal organiser of the Transcontinental Race, an event similar to the TransAm Bicycle Race, but that traverses Europe.

He was killed in a collision with a car during the Indian Pacific Wheel Race in Australia.

Mike Hall passed away at 35 years old.