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Interview with Mark Beaumont

Before the Vague Direction project commenced, I met up with Mark Beaumont to discuss several topics that relate to the project.

The obvious one is endurance cycling. In 2008, he smashed the world record for cycling round the world. After that, he cycled from Alaska to Southern Argentina, climbing Denali and Aconcagua along the way. So clearly he knows what he’s talking about when it comes to adventurous cycling expeditions.

But more than that I was intrigued about his career path, why he thinks it’s so important to follow your instinct and pushing your comfort zone.

Hope you enjoy the clip!

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