Lance Armstrong

Legendary American Cyclist

Well known for his battle against cancer, his seven triumphs in the Tour de France and the doping scandal that resulted in his fall from grace, American cyclist Lance Armstrong has endured a number of extraordinary highs and devastating lows in his life.

Mark Beaumont

Endurance Cyclist & Broadcaster

Record breaking endurance cyclist, broadcaster and author, Mark grew up in Scotland and took up cycling as a youngster. He soon developed a taste for long distance endurance events and remarkably at the age of just twelve he cycled across Scotland, raising thousands for charity in the process. This was followed by the even more gruelling feat of cycling solo from John O'Groats to Land's End at the age of fifteen.

Chris Boardman

Cyclist & Commentator

One of the country's most successful and famous cyclists, Chris Boardman won an individual pursuit gold medal at the 1992 Olympics. He also won three stages of the Tour de France, and wore the prestigious yellow jersey on three separate occasions.

Sir Chris Hoy

Cyclist & Olympian

One of Britain's most decorated Olympians, Sir Chris Hoy is a former track cyclist who won eleven golds at the World Championships and an incredible six Olympic gold medals.

Victoria Pendleton

Sprint Cyclist & Jockey

One of Britain's most successful Olympians, Victoria Pendleton is a former track cyclist who specialised in the sprint, team sprint and Keirin disciplines. With nine world titles to her name and two Olympic golds she is one of the country's greatest ever female cyclists, her remarkable achievements winning her a place in the nation's heart.

Rebecca Romero

Rower & Cyclist

Rebecca Romero's unique story is one of determination and a relentless will to succeed. She is the first British woman to win an Olympic medal in two completely different sports - rowing and cycling.