Tony Doyle (cyclist)

Tony Doyle (cyclist)

Infobox Cyclist
ridername = Tony Doyle

image_caption =
fullname = Anthony Doyle
nickname =
dateofbirth = birth date|1958|5|19
country = ENG
height =
weight =
currentteam =
discipline = Track & Road
role = Rider
ridertype = Six-day
amateuryears =
amateurteams =
proyears = 1980–1982
proteams = KP Crisps - Viscount (GBR)
RMC - Security Grille Protections (GBR)
RMC - Ammaco (Great-Britain
Ever Ready - Ammaco (Great-Britain)
Ever Ready (Great-Britain)
Ever Ready - Halfords cite web| url=| title=Anthony (Tony) Doyle| publisher=Cycling Website]
majorwins = flagiconUCI World Champion, puruit (1980 & 1986)
updated = 10 June 2008

Anthony Doyle MBE (born 19 May 1958) [cite web| url=| title=Anthony Doyle MBE|publisher=British Olympic Association] is an English cycle frame builder and a former professional cyclist who was born in Ashford, Liddlesex, England. He was the world pursuit champion in 1980 and 1986. He was a professional rider between 1979 and 1991, riding for various British sponsored teams.

Representing England, Doyle won bronze in the indivual and team pursuit events at the 1978 Commonwealth Games. Doyle finished fifth in the team pursuit at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow as part of the British team.

As a professional, Doyle became a regular in winter six-day track races during the 1980s, winning several. He was noted for fluid and rapid pedalling, which helped him achieve an unofficial UK time trial record for 25 miles on a 72-inch fixed gear with 56 minutes and 30 seconds.

Doyle received the Bidlake Memorial Prize in 1980 following his first world championship win. [cite web| url=| title=The Recipients since 1933 when the Trust was formed| publisher=The F. T. Bidlake Memorial Trust] He received an MBE for services to cycling in 1989.

He improved on his bronze medals of 1978 when he took the silver in the team pursuit at the 1994 Commonwealth Games in Victoria, Canada. A back injury ended his career.

Doyle was event director of the 2004 Tour of Britain. [cite web| url=| title=Tony Doyle| publisher=British Cycling| date=September 2004]



;1980:1st flagiconUCI UCI Track Cycling World Championships - Men's Individual Pursuit

;1984:2nd UCI Track Cycling World Championships - Men's Individual Pursuit:1st flagicon|EUR Madison, European Track Championships (with Gary Wiggins)

;1985:2nd UCI Track Cycling World Championships - Men's Individual Pursuit:1st Bremen, Six Days (GER) (with Gary Wiggins):2nd Madison, European Track Championships (with Gary Wiggins)

;1986:1st flagiconUCI UCI Track Cycling World Championships - Men's Individual Pursuit:1st Six Days of Ghent (with Danny Clark)

;1987:2nd UCI Track Cycling World Championships - Men's Points Race:3rd UCI Track Cycling World Championships - Men's Individual Pursuit

;1988:2nd UCI Track Cycling World Championships - Men's Individual Pursuit

;1991:1st Six Days of Ghent (with Etienne De Wilde)


;1979:2nd Overall, Circuit des Ardennes

;1981:1st Overall, Girvan Three Day

;1982:1st Overall, Girvan Three Day

;1983:2nd Prologue, Milk Race, Bournemouth:2nd Stage 2, Milk Race, Coventry:2nd Stage 6b, Milk Race, Burntwood:3rd Stage 10, Milk Race, Middlesbrough

;1986:1st Overall, Ron Kitching Classic::1st Stage 1:2nd Stage 3b, Tour of Ireland, Cork

;1989:1st Stage 8, Milk Race, Harrogate

;1992:3rd Tom Simpson Memorial RR


External links

* [ Interview with Tony Doyle, Cycling News, 8 September 2004]
* [ BBC Interview with Tony Doyle, 2 September 2006] (Video)

NAME=Doyle, Tony
DATE OF BIRTH=1958-5-18
PLACE OF BIRTH=Ashford, England

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