I didn't know @Bullheart well but from what I knew he faced his illness with an amazing attitude, what an inspirational character.
Ah fuck. Genuinely sad about this.
Fuck! So sorry to hear about this...
Condolences to his family...
Absolutely gutted to have read this.
His bravery and humour in the face of it all was inspiring. RIP fella.
If there’s anything we can do for the family please let me know.
Ah bollocks, RIP dude
Oh Mark 😔
So sorry to hear this. RIP fella.
Man, this is heartbreaking. @Bullheart your determination and drive was inspirational.
Huge love to your family at this tough time.
Only met him once, outside UCLH to buy a frame in between treatments, but was very impressed by his stoicism and positivity.
Such sad news. A proper inspiration. RIP dude.
Very sorry to hear this sad news. Ride in peace Mark
RIP @Bullheart. Thinking of what he's gone through and his positive attitude throughout is the greatest reminder to cherish all of the time we have.
Oh wow, genuinely sad to read this. Thought to all who knew and loved @Bullheart. I've been following his story for years, he seemed like a top human.
Really sad news. From reading your posts you seemed like such an amazing character.RIP buddy.
Fuck! I didn't know him at all but read his amazing story here. I was moved by his overall attitude, truly inspirational. Thoughts go out to his family and friends. RIP.
Sad news indeed. RIP
I didn't know Mark but it was so inspiring to discover this thread and read how much he did to raise money through charity rides and to stay positive despite being dealt such an awful card. Thoughts are with his family and I hope his page continues to raise money for them https://www.gofundme.com/55ugxdk
went about it like a total boss. RIP.
Never met, or spoke on here. Seems like he was admired RIP!
Dang. Rest in peace Mark.
Just read this thread again and the singletrack one. So nice to see all the love pouring out, even from total strangers. I didn't know him but he certainly had an impact on me. Like so many others are saying, his attitude towards life and his struggles was an inspiration.
Condolences to Bullheart's family and friends. Nothing we can say can much lessen the grief of those who loved him but he was clearly admired and respected by all.
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