Identity Of Cyclist Killed In Derbyshire Still Unknown

Police have released an number of images in an attempt to help identify a cyclist killed in a crash in Derbyshire last week.

The man, thought to be aged between 55 and 65, died after being hit by a car on the A61 in Dronfield last Thursday.

An image of the man's face has been released along with pictures of his bike – a black and yellow Carrera TDF model – one of his cycling shows and his helmet.

Described as about 5ft 7in, with short, light brown hair and a small scar on his abdomen, he was wearing black Lycra shorts, red cycling shoes and a white T-shirt with the slogan "Barnsley Metrodome Triathlon 1990".

Anyone with any information about the crash or the victim is urged to contact police.


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