Speed with Guy Martin: F1 Challenge
Guy attempts, with the help of slipstreaming, to break the British record for outright speed on a bicycle: an incredible 110mph. British Olympic track cyclist Laura Trott helps him get fit enough.
Guy tries to set the world record for riding a motorcycle on the surface of water. Will Newton's Third Law of Motion enable him to skim across Bala Lake?
Guy is on a mission to do the seemingly impossible: fly using muscle power alone. He wants to build the world's fastest human powered aircraft - a plane without an engine that Guy will cycle.
Motorbike racer and mechanic Guy Martin sets out to break the record for the world's fastest gravity powered sled, plummeting down the new Pista Riberal speed ski slope in the Pyrenees
Guy gets back on a bike to see how far it's possible to cycle during 24 hours of non-stop pedalling
Guy visits the USA, where he hopes to win at one of America's oldest races: the Pike's Peak International Hill Climb
Speed junkie Guy Martin tries to break the world speed record for a hovercraft. But hovercrafts are notoriously unstable at speed, and Guy's out of his comfort zone on water...
Guy attempts to build and race the world's fastest soapbox racer, creating a unique design with help from expert designers, and training with the Team GB women's bobsled pair
Guy takes his battered Transit van to the USA to enter the fastest road race on the planet: the Nevada Open Road Challenge
Full race footage as Guy takes on the Nevada Open Road Challenge in a battered Transit van
Guy attempts to become the first person to cross the English Channel in a human-powered airship, pedalling a bike suspended from a helium-filled balloon as big as a bus
Guy attempts to beat the speed record for a human-powered boat, with help from Olympic legends Sir Chris Hoy and Sir Ben Ainslie
The inside story of Guy's attempt to break the motorcycle land speed record: his fastest and most dangerous speed challenge to date. Can he become the first man to do 400mph on a motorcycle?