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Mick Stallard (1944–2002) was an English racing cyclist.
The son of world champion cyclist Percy Stallard, he won the British National Cyclo-cross Championship three times in a row (1963–65), and then had a brief career (1966–68) as a professional road racer with the Falcon Cycles team.
After retiring from racing, Stallard had his own bike shop in Bradmore and later also took over his father's shop. He died on 6 April 2002.