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Mark Beaumont

Athlete, broadcaster & ambassador

Celebrating a decade of world firsts, pushing ultra endurance, sharing inspiring journeys and helping businesses to perform.

Mark Beaumont’s documentaries, events and books about ultra endurance and adventure have taken audiences to over 100 countries. Outside of sport and broadcasting, Mark is a business ambassador and speaker, as well as working with a number of charities and educational organisations.

On April 3rd, Mark announced the Artemis World Cycle – his next Record Breaking quest to cycle around the World in 80 days.

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1 day ago

Mark Beaumont


Shortly before the start of the Artemis World Cycle #80days I set out to explore 4 stunning areas of Scotland and to discuss my passion for a life on two wheels. Here's the first short film all about Fife - my family home where Una aka Mum aka 'Base Camp' still lives. Many of you will know how instrumental Una has been to my career, working alongside me on every one of my expedition since I was 12 years old. In the first sequence you'll see a school friend, Rennie Morrocco going sideways around me! Please take my training advice around tyre pulling and gin drinking with tongue firmly in cheek! Thanks to everyone who took part in this great fun film - mostly to VisitScotland for making it happen and RuralDimensions Morrocco Media Kieran Duncan for organising and creating. Driftland Muckmedden Knockhill Racing Circuit The Scottish Deer Centre Blown Away Eden Mill Jannettas Gelateria St Andrews Scottish Fisheries Museum Crail, Fife Anstruther Fish Bar Falkland Palace and Gardens Welcome to Fife
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Great video of my home town 😀 surprised i have never passed you..... i mean you pass me 😂😂

Sure a view of Newburgh looking up Tay from away high on woodriffe is in there!

look Ross Kershaw Mark has been to Knockhill too! x

People do that to me all the time when im on the road

Poor choice of gelato, Mark. You'd have been better with a Luvians. Great video though.

Thats where i went wrong not enuf gin. Ice cream and battered fish 😂😂

Stunning video. Reminds me of our two holidays there this year. Beautiful Fife.

Great video and lovely places to see in fife.

Beautiful Newburgh......

Great video Mark.

Great video


Inspiring Thanks !

Enjoyed that.

Daniel Evans Jon Carrick very interesting

Zubair Aslam

Matt Burt

William Garnock Angus BargeGeorge L MelvilleFreddie Campbell #fife4lyf

Wayne Hodges

Kate Symington

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4 days ago

Mark Beaumont

Check out this week's Ask GCN Anything, with world record breaker Mark Beaumont answering all your questions about his mammoth ride!!

gcn.eu/askbeaumont 📹
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Amazing interview, followed Mark during his epic ride. Mark inspired my 11yr old son to ride 118miles in Aug. Amazing

Wow, mammoth ride? Jeez, I thought it was impressive when he did it on a bike. (Sorry, can't get the mammoth riding imagery out of my head 🙂 )

It was a great video guys. Having followed Mark's progress, it's great to hear him talk about mind over matter. 🚴

What a joy to hear your insight on this epic journey!!!

Very interesting listening. Hopefully get to see a tour?

Feel like we've just relived those 78 days all over again 😲 😉😂 🙋🏻🙋🏻‍♂️👋

Great stuff. Just finished watching it. Great insight into this phenomenal achievement.

He still looks tired

Best episode ever.

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7 days ago

Mark Beaumont

Full interview next week from catching up with Bikmo Hiscox Insurance

Here's a quick version of our interview with the remarkable @markbeaumontadventures today.

We talked about his amazing #80days achievement supported by Bikmo + Hiscox Insurance, covering the physiological and psychological challenges, through to the people, landscapes and bike tech. More coming this weekend!

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Would love to come see one of your talks/presentations - but you're big box office now Mark Beaumont! Not a space to be had anywhere!

Corporate Ambassador and Advisor

Mark brings his passion, experience and network to a portfolio of corporate businesses, working with each to look after their community and develop their teams. These ongoing roles are separate from expedition sponsors, but as long term relations also benefit from the profile and ambition of Mark’s career in sport and television.



Artemis World Cycle Sponsors

Community: education and philanthropy

Within education Mark is the Rector of the University of Dundee, Patron for the Saltire Foundation, Ambassador for the Winning Scotland Foundation and Honorary President of Scottish Student Sport. Within charities Mark is Patron for Orkidstudio and for the ARCHIE Foundation, as well as supported a range of other charity events and campaigns.

Incredible Journeys

Expeditions, challenges, TV documentaries and online filming projects. Mark started on the bike with the World and the Americas, then into the oceans in the Arctic and the Atlantic, before presenting for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and recently back on the bike with Africa Solo. He has published books on each of the cycling expeditions and filmed a number of challenges for charity and for promotions.

Contact Mark

Mark’s team will reply to all enquiries that are not covered in the FAQ’s.  If you have a quick question for Mark himself, please get in touch on social media.


The two hardest parts of any project is committing to actually do it and then fundraising.  There is no golden ticket for sponsorship, but there are some simple useful tips.  Unless you have a profile and a strong track record, don’t waste your time cold contacting potential corporate sponsors.  To get started, direct network by asking everyone you know for introductions to people and businesses who may be interested in your ambition.  Then do the same with them, so that your network gets bigger and bigger.  If you simply ask for money straight away, when the answer is no, that is the end of the conversation.  Instead, ask for introductions.  When it comes to kit, it is also very unlikely to get free kit without a strong track record of publicity.  So give suppliers an easy yes, by asking for cost or trade price products.  This way you get a huge discount on the kit you need, and they aren’t making any losses.
If you are sitting in an office job imagining the freedom of running your own business in the outdoors, then be realistic about the amount of hard work to make a living.  If you build the right skills then one route is as an instructor or guide.  Likewise, if media is your passion, then volunteering and building your CV is crucial.  Many, but not all cameramen and producers have formal training.  But if you would like to build a career like Mark, running your own expeditions and with a TV profile, then you need to systematically build your brand, using social media and traditional media.  Gaining commissions for TV is very competitive and relies on having unique ideas.  Being a competitive athlete in organised competitions is unlikely to create these opportunities.  Be incredibly determined and expect set backs – discipline is choosing between what you want now and what you want most.
If you are planning a major expedition which will be interesting for the public to follow, then please do let Mark know through social media and he may be able to mention and RT.  However, due to the amount of requests that Mark receives for social media promotions for charity events, these is not always possible.  Mark is also not able to take on any new ongoing charity roles for the meantime, but has a discounted rate for charity talks and appearances.  Please get in touch with enquiries.
Almost everyone has the ability to take on adventure challenges, but it is sensible to build up experience and fitness over time, rather than immediately taking on the world.  For most expeditions you should start with good all round fitness and then you will get fitter and more conditioned to the long hours during the challenge.  If you are setting out to break World Records and be more of an endurance athlete than a nomadic adventurer, then this will take a more systematic approach to training.  Injury and illness are your biggest concerns on long expeditions.  If you are cycling, then correct bike fit is essential to avoid repetitive strains, and for all sports think about cross training to build all round muscle balances.  But the biggest transition from taking on one day challenges to major adventures is your mindset and there is no training book that will help with this.  Experience and time in the great outdoors is the only way to build resilience and your comfort zone so you can take on tougher challenges.