Robins legend Kilby, 64, dies
SWINDON speedway hero Bob Kilby died this morning at the age of 64.
Swindon-born Kilby, a member of the legendary 1967 British League title-winning team, passed away at his home in Stratton St Margaret.
Kilby, who rode for Swindon in three spells over a 20-year period, was revered as the best-ever Swindon-born rider and also mentored other famous town riders, including current Robins boss Alun Rossiter and Malcolm Holloway.
A FULL TRIBUTE TO KILBY WILL APPEAR IN TOMORROW'S SWINDON ADVERTISER