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Clutching the new BirdPen album with the main man Dave Pen - and a
a chap called Sean Conway who is on Discovery Channel UK right now
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Clutching the new BirdPen album with the main man Dave Pen - and a
a chap called Sean Conway who is on Discovery Channel UK right now

It's a month since I set out on Wild About Argyll! Big shout out for the team at Sustrans Scotland - I started the 12 days of filming on the Caledonia Way, and came back to explore other sections by foot and by bicycle. Get out there and discover these amazing national cycle routes... www.sustrans.org.uk/ncn/map?lat=57.10045196488224&lng=-4.251709421875036&zoom=7&route-type=all-ro... RuralDimensions Ltd ... See MoreSee Less

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Rose Marie ArmourI am often seen on NCN75

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Creative nonsense with Chris Close Photography at Edinburgh International Book Festival - superb event - thanks all

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Timothy LinfordToo much cycling morphs the body - look at that aero-face!

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Tosca van Zantenwat geweldig gedaan

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Africa Solo
Africa Solo trailer

New book - Available now!
Africa Solo: My World Record Race from Cairo to Cape Town
Africa Solo
Africa Solo
In the spring of 2015, Mark Beaumont set out from the bustling heart of Cairo on his latest world record attempt - solo, the length of Africa, intending to ride to Cape Town in under 50 days. Despite illness, mechanical faults and attempted robbery, Mark completed the journey in just 41 days, 10 hours and 22 minutes, after cycling 6,762 miles.
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The Man who Cycled the World

The Man who Cycled the World

The Man who Cycled the Americas

The Man who Cycled the Americas

Rowing the Arctic

The Arctic

Surviving the Atlantic

The Atlantic

The Highland Line Challenge

The Highland Line Challenge

The Queen’s Baton Relay – a Commonwealth Journey

The Queen’s Baton Relay - a Commonwealth Journey