Could an amateur handle the toughest stages of the Tour de France, riding a carbon fibre bike you could get from Halfords for less than a grand?
Watch him take on Liege, Champagne, the Alps and Paris and see if he breaks.
This is it. What it was all about. A regular bloke - taking on some of the trickier bits of the world’s most prestigious cycling event: the Tour de France. Four stages over 6 days taking in city streets, country roads and mountain passes. And on a bike costing a fraction of the sort of money the pros will be riding.