Mark Beaumont is perhaps one of the most physically capable broadcasters in the history of British television. With countless world records under his belt for some immense physical achievements, Mark’s various escapades have all been covered by the BBC for the nation’s viewing pleasure. Today, Mark’s books The Man Who Cycled The Americas and The Man Who Cycled The World have become best-sellers.
First appearing on the TV screen in 2008 with his own series The Man Who Cycled The World, the BBC documented his gripping 18,000 mile bike race which circumnavigated the globe. To the relief of all his followers, Mark smashed the World Record and completed the journey in an astonishing 82 days. Just a year later and with little rest bite, Mark’s next goal to cycle the length of the Rockies and Andies was covered by the BBC once again.
From 2013 to 2014, as part of the BBC’s coverage of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Mark followed the Queen’s Baton Relay across the continents for the likes of The One Show, BBC Breakfast, BBC Radio Two and BBC Radio Scotland. He was also lucky enough to be involved in the arrival of the Baton at the live Opening Ceremony.
In recognition of Mark Beaumont’s contributions to British broadcasting, sport and charity, he was given a British Empire Medal at the New Years Honours in 2018. A truly astonishing man, Mark Beaumont is a true pride of Britain.
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