Cycling 19 May, 1984 - Dave Lloyd retires again. Or does he?
CYCLING WEEKLY|December 03, 2020
There’s barely a picture of Dave Lloyd on a bike when he isn’t giving it full gas.

Either he puts it on every time he sees a photographer or, more likely, that’s just how he rides. The interview this week quoted him saying he’d ridden his last race as he had a business to run – his bike shop in Bebington.

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