After the death-defying, adrenalin fuelled, high-speed adventures of last year, this year Guy has decided to take it easy.
A gentle start to 2016 saw Guy cycle 527 miles from Lincolnshire to Scotland, sleeping outside in a bitterly cold January to compete in a 24-hour bike race in snow and ice. In March he ll be going for the w orld record on the W all of Death live on Channel 4, aiming to hit over 80mph w ithout w ith the g-force knocking him out.
Then there s the Tour Divide in May, an ultra-cycling challenge to pedal 2,745 miles solo and self-supported along the Rocky Mountains from Banff to New Mexico against the clock. After that it ll be back to the day job in the garage in Grimsby, but Moody s giving him some time off in August so he can attempt the two-w heel land speed record, he s looking to become the first man ever to do over 400mph on a motorbike.
So, just a quiet life for our Guy this year then."