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Stan did not post here AFAIK but he was a BSA magician creating a lot of very quick B25's & B50's
He usually haunted the B50 forum but has not been on line since he went into hospital last year
He died December 14.
Most will know him as Hp by Stan


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Stan was one of my mentors, although I never met him. His work on B25 and B50 flat trackers was legendary.

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Hid facebook page has many photos of his bikes: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010834200425

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This is sad news indeed.

Stan Millard aka HPbyStan was a very early member of BSA PitStop soon to become BritBike forum.
He had so much knowledge and unfortunately he could not attend Mid-Ohio when I came over first in 2003.

Stan sent me a letter in 1999 which I have had online ever since. See it here
http://www.britbike.com/bsapitstop/visitor/stan/stanmillard.html

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Rest in Peace!

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Never knew of him, but I expect he'll be missed by MANY in the BSA and racing communities...

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Only knew him by his writing, his build advice, and his racing exploits, but he seemed to be the Bull Goose B50 racing expert in our world ....

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Should have mentioned that I have never met him in person , just via the net.
He has sorted out more than one of my misconseptions about unit singles over the years .
He has an extensive photo shop presence as well which will be worthwhile visiting and downloading before it vanishes .
However I am not a personal friend, just a net acquaintance and his death notice came via the BritIron mailing list .


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RIP Stan


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