Mike Hall was a British ultra-endurance cyclist and race organiser who specialised in self-supported ultra-distance cycling races. He was born on 4 June 1981 in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England. He died on 31 March 2017 in a collision with a car during the Indian Pacific Wheel Race from Fremantle to Sydney. At the time he was placed second in the race and had covered 5,024 km.
Hall was a pioneer of ultra-endurance cycling, and he was known for his innovative and creative approach to racing. He was also a passionate advocate for sustainable cycling, and he worked to raise awareness of the environmental impact of cycling.
Hall's death was a great loss to the cycling community, and he will be remembered as a true pioneer and a true inspiration.
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