Cyclists Wanted: Recreate One Day In Mark Beaumont’S Round The World Record

Cyclists wanted: Recreate one day in Mark Beaumont’s round the world record

Joseph Delves 11 Jun 2018 Join Beaumont on a 240-mile ride from Argyll to Aberdeen in aid of the STV Children’s Appeal A huge day out for most riders, just another day in the office for circumnavigation record holder Mark Beaumont. With the aim of raising money to help children and young people affected by poverty in Scotland, Beaumont is looking for 80 cyclists to accompany him from one coast of Scotland to the other. Recreating Beaumont’s final 16-hour training session before he headed to Paris to claim the round the world record, the group will comprise one rider for each of the days which Beaumont allowed himself to travel around the globe. Starting around 04:00 on the west coast the group will tackle the ride in four stints, each lasting four hours, and stopping for a paltry half hour break in between. See related 'It's about having fun on ...

Read on Cyclist


More Like This

Card image cap

Scottish cyclist Jenny Graham looking to break the round the world cycling record this summer

View
Card image cap

Leigh Timmis sets new record for cycling across Europe in just 16 days

View
Card image cap

Jenny Graham Q&A: Alone around the globe in 110 days

View
Card image cap

'It's about having fun on the bike' Mark Beaumont to attempt Hour Record on a penny-farthing

View
Card image cap

British Doctors pedal 29,000km by tandem to circumnavigate the globe in record 281 days

View
Card image cap

The First Hours - The Hour Record Before Henri Desgrange

View
Card image cap

Round-the-world cyclist Mark Beaumont leads Pedal on Parliament protest ride

View
Card image cap

Mark Beaumont targets Penny Farthing Hour Record at Herne Hill Velodrome

View
Card image cap

Scottish cyclist Jenny Graham aiming to set new round the world record

View
Card image cap

132-year-old record for riding Lands End to John o’Groats on a penny farthing smashed

View