The team launch a huge new sporting competition. Sir Chris Hoy sets a speedy cycle challenge for Barney and Radzi in aid of Sport Relief.
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On today's Blue Peter, we are
going sports crazy with an Olympic size competition.
And we've got two unbelievable Sport Relief challenges.
And to top it all off, Lindsey
and Radzi are competing for this golden frying pan for Pancake Day.
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
Hello, welcome to live Blue Peter.
It is a special one because it is a sports spectacular.
You just heard about it, but I'm going to tell you all over again,
because we've teamed up with Team GB to launch an awesome,
incredible, amazing competition, and I'm wearing a headband to celebrate!
Very exciting. Also, Sir Chris Hoy, the legend himself,
has set a challenge for Radzi and myself.
It is a speedy cycling challenge.
Part one later, stay tuned, it is very fun.
It is a busy show, it is jam-packed with sporty fun,
because as well as that, I'm going
to be revealing my latest Blue Peter challenge for Sport Relief.
You've seen this, the hamster ball, as a bit of a clue.
Question is, what is that all about?
Well, Hacker T Dog had a little guess. Check this out.
I think Lindsey Russell's big challenge is going to be...
dancing with a baked Alaska!
Oh, meringue-based puddings!
-That's what I call her.
-Yes, I don't think that's right, is it?
But you lot at home have been guessing all day on CBBC,
so we'll let you know later if you are right.
Also, with Shrove Tuesday just round the corner... Do weeks have corners?
..we are going to be making some pancakes with a Blue Peter theme.
Look at that. It is a challenge for Radzi and Lindsey in a bit,
stay tuned, it is going to be fun. I can't wait.
Guys, stop talking, that's it, I've just decided it,
I've got to tell the viewers. You at home,
it's time to show you all about our brand-new Team GB competition.
To earn an Olympic gold medal,
you have to be the very best athlete in the world.
You have to be quick, you have to be strong, you have to be skilful.
But to earn a Blue Peter sport badge, you need
an extra ingredient.
Something a bit special.
You need to be inspirational.
But how can the Blue Peter sport badge get more epic than that?
Well, how about a sports match made in heaven?
Blue Peter sport badge, meet the Olympics!
We've teamed up with Team GB for a brand-new Blue Peter competition.
Here's Olympic medallist
and superstar Team GB gymnast Beth Tweddle to tell you more.
Team GB are the amazing athletes who are going to be competing for us
this summer in Brazil at the Olympic Games.
Together with Team GB,
we're making this year's sport badge extra special.
This one is going to be different.
-This one is going to be designed by one of you.
Your design on one of these!
This is huge news!
Plus, there's more. Tell them, Beth.
Not only will your design become the Blue Peter sport badge given
to thousands of Blue Peter sporting fans, but it's also going to be
given to every Team GB athlete that is heading out to Rio this summer.
That is world-class sports stars competing for Team GB
in the summer's Olympic Games wearing something that you created.
Told you it was big news, and it doesn't end there.
We also want you to write an inspirational message
to our Team GB athletes. Let's get them motivated.
Oh, and this will be used in a very cool way.
So, we want you to design this year's Team GB Blue Peter
Then write an inspirational message of no more than 118 characters,
And tell us which Team GB athlete inspires you.
All the details are on the Blue Peter website.
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
-There it is, the happy dance.
-It is the extra happy dance.
Beth Tweddle was showing off there,
that was the best way to finish the film ever. Thank you, Beth.
If you are like me, you're thinking, how do I apply for this competition?
Well, the answer is very easy.
Simply print out one of these bad boys, you can
get them on the Blue Peter website.
Then here comes the thing I think is the most important part.
This is the shield, which I'm going to call the shield of destiny.
You draw your design in there. You explain your design.
It's not officially called that, but it is my nickname for it, OK?
Then you include your inspirational message,
and tell us which Team GB athlete inspires you at home. Oh, yes.
There are three very important things you have to think about
when designing your sport badge.
It is so important, I got a separate shot on camera two.
Hello, how are you doing?
So, these are the previous sport badges, aren't they?
-Don't worry about these, your design has to be unique...
-Hold it up.
Oh, sorry. I keep forgetting it is down there.
It has to be unique, imaginative,
and it has to be something that is eye-catching.
It has to celebrate sport, and it has to celebrate Team GB.
I've done those the wrong way round. I know I'm saying these
are the most important things you need to remember.
The first one is, it has to celebrate sport and Team GB.
The second one is, it has to be eye-catching, imaginative,
and it has to stand out. These are the original designs.
Don't worry about these, it is your chance to the original. Thirdly...
Thirdly, you can't use anything that's gone before, so you can't
use the logo for Rio 2016, you can't use the Olympic or Paralympic name.
And you can't use the Olympic rings or the mascots.
It has fallen off, it has gone so well.
This is a live show, everybody.
Pick the badge up, and I'll do the next bit.
Remember, if you apply, your design is actually going to be
used as the next Blue Peter sport badge. That is awesome
because it is going to be given out to all of the athletes in Rio.
They are going to be wearing your design. That's awesome.
And you're even going to get to meet some of the athletes,
and any Blue Peter viewers who get a sport badge,
they're going to just be walking around town wearing your design.
It is the coolest thing.
-I love it.
-This is my favourite Blue Peter competition of all time.
It is the best thing, it is amazing.
I remember watching Blue Peter. I'd think,
"Where do they keep all the badges?" Well, here is the answer.
On one of these fantastic blue things.
If you count all these up, you will count 30 orange badges.
One of the rarest, actually, of all the badges. Why do we have 30?
That's because if you come inside the top 30 of this
competition, you get one.
And if you come second or third, it's not all about winning,
you get yourself a framed design. Does it get any better than that?
-The answer is no.
-So you know everything you need to know.
Where do you send your entry forms to? Here's the address.
..M50 2BH. Stands for Barney Harwood.
No, it doesn't. It doesn't stand for that. Now, remember,
you need to send those in to us by 12 noon,
Tuesday the 23rd of February.
-We are all a bit giddy because we are excited.
And you need to be aged between six and 15, OK,
on Tuesday the 23rd of February.
That's really, really important if you want to apply.
All the terms and conditions that you need are on the Blue Peter
website, which is right here, so what are you waiting for?
-Get involved, it's a good thing to do.
I know you want to walk.
Because it is not just competition entries that we love
getting from you, it is also brilliant post.
And since our Letters Song, look at the badge wall.
Barney is peeking behind it. It is covered in all your brilliant post.
This is amazing.
Zara, who's 13, has sent in these clay models of us,
mine is pretty much life-size, doing The Letters Song.
She has even done the laminate flooring that we were on on the day.
Radzi has got a little keyboard there.
Barney has got his microphone as he's doing his solo,
and I am playing my sax. That is brilliant.
-Zara, you are a legend. Thank you.
-Dylan, from Hertfordshire,
is it possible to make a tiger which moves its tail? Oh, yes, it is.
You've proven it, my friend. Look at that there.
What a fantastic drawing you've made.
-The legs move as well, it's amazing.
Thanks very much, sir.
Speaking of tigers, I'm going to bring this out,
because you may remember my very cute tiger cub film.
And if you've been online, you will have seen me do this.
Feed the meat to the little baby tigers like that.
And Annabel from London sent this in.
There you can see Mum just helping the little ones out.
-Thank you so much for that, Annabel, it's amazing.
Chloe from Cheltenham, thank you for sending this in.
This is your silver badge chance,
and you've got it for making 3-D Iggy and Shelley. Thank you so much.
Now, what I would also say to each and everyone of you.
If you want to get a Blue Peter badge on your post,
you must include some things.
Your age, your address and date of birth,
because we want to be able to send you the badges that you so
-deserve, my friends.
That noise, there it is, means there is now 12 minutes to go
until we reveal my launch of my new thing. And it is very exciting.
-I'm going to tell them what it is now.
-No, no, don't. 12 more minutes.
You're not allowed to. Listen, let's move this on quickly.
From your masterpieces on the Blue Peter Big Badge Wall
to some other masterpieces you are about to see.
And for this, you will need to follow me over here. Are you coming?
OK, so it's Shrove Tuesday next week,
which means I'm not letting anyone get by without a pancake
challenge, and that's specifically aimed at these two over here.
So, Lindsey and Radzi, you are going to be doing the following.
Making pancakes with a Blue Peter theme.
You can choose whichever theme you like.
If you want to make Shelley, go ahead.
If you want to make an Iggy, you can do that, or maybe Hacker T.
He may not be on the show, but he is quite often, and we love him for it.
So, how to make pancakes is very simple.
These are the ingredients you're going to need.
I don't know why I said "milk" like that, it just made me smile.
OK, so, first things first. Flour into the bowl.
And you want to make what is called a well with your finger.
Your clean finger, please. Don't put it up your nose first.
Right into the middle, and just do a little spirally thing like that.
And then what you want to do is
crack your eggs into the middle of that. Very simply. There is one.
Try not to get too much shell in, that's me trying to be flash.
-And then what you want to do... Thank you, Lindsey.
..is poor your milk in from the side.
I'm going to do this left-handed and whisk with the right hand.
And pour it in gradually whilst you mix the mixture.
The reason you're doing it gradually is
because if you don't, it will just make a big pancake battery ball.
And once that is mixed all together, you want to dip it into
the other bowl, which I have down here,
along with your cocoa mix.
You want to keep whisking it quite well until it goes nice and smooth.
We're not actually going to use this batch today.
It's just to show you how to do it, really.
So, once you've mixed it to a nice, thick, smooth paste,
you pour half of it - ish - into the other mixing bowl
and then you add your cocoa powder to it
and then you want to give that a mix.
So, there you have two different types of pancake batter.
Oh, the smell coming off that is amazing!
I want to eat it, but don't eat it until you've cooked it!
I know you're tempted.
OK, so very simply, that's how you make pancake mix
if you want to try this at home. Lindsey and Radzi,
-if you'd like to come in, please.
-Here we go.
So, I've put your batter into bottles to make it easier for you.
OK, there they are, so you can draw with them.
You want to do it in layers.
Let me tell you what you're playing for -
-the coveted gold frying pan, my friends.
It's a beautiful thing, isn't it? Money can't buy.
This could be yours. So, we're going to do it in layers, in stages.
-Use the cocoa batter first.
Then you'll want to fill in the detail.
-It's like colouring in. Are you ready?
-This is hard.
Two and a half minutes on the time, starts...
So, the reason you're doing the cocoa butter first -
-it's a bit like when you're drawing a picture.
You use the liner and then you colour it in afterwards, don't you?
I think I recognise this picture that Radzi's doing.
If I'm right, this is very similar to your autograph. Am I right?
-It is indeed, sir!
-So, you want to make sure you're nice and quick
with this because you don't want the batter on the outside to burn.
-This is hard.
-Once you've done the brown outline,
you want to fill it in with the white stuff. That's the idea.
Is that Shelley? That's really good.
-I've just given her a massive eyeball.
-What a shame.
It helps her to see better at night.
-Wait, do I need to write "Shelley" backwards?
-it's going to flip over.
-I've got myself into a mess here.
That's a good point. You've got to flip the pancake for it to count.
-Barney, have you ever heard of Picasso?
-I have, yes.
-Is that what you're going for?
-He's got nothing on me.
-It's a beautiful thing.
-Oh, no, I've done it wrong.
-It's OK, don't worry.
-Wait a second. No, it's not right.
-Yeah, it is.
-Then the "S" is at the end.
-I think you're OK.
-If you keep spelling that way, you'll be fine.
-Are you sure?
If you flip it, it's the other way round. Yeah.
Unless you're spelling it "Shelley's."
You've got one minute, 30 seconds left.
-I like this.
-Doing really well. If you are going to try this at home,
make sure you get a parent to help you. Don't forget,
things can get quite hot. I know you know what you're doing
and you're safe when you're in the kitchen.
This is like being an ice cream man. You know when you ask him for a 99,
and then he gives you strawberry or chocolate sauce?
-This is like that sauce.
It's a very nice batter.
Now, I haven't made these Blue Peter themed pancakes,
but I am going to be judging yours.
Yours smell like they're burning pretty badly.
Mine are burnt. Do you do this?
Well, if we take just the two examples here
that are being presented to you.
You've got a minute left. Radzi, you might need to start looking
at flipping that. I don't know what Lindsey's doing, I really don't.
-It's very, very hot over here.
-You've got 50 seconds left.
This is one burnt Shelley I'm giving you.
Don't try that, don't do that. Do this.
-Radzi, mate, you've got 40 seconds left.
-Radzi's trying really hard.
I am trying. This is my concentration face.
You're going to want to think about flipping that because
-it'll stick to the pan otherwise.
-Am I? No, not yet.
-Can you smell burning?
-I can smell a really bad smell.
-Give it a flip, see if that helps.
-What shall I do? Barney!
Well, it needs to cook, doesn't it?
You've got 24 seconds left, so let it cook for a little bit.
-Let it cook.
-Shall I just turn the heat up?
-It's going well.
If something's burning, do you turn the heat up?
Or, do you turn it down?
I know, but when it's competitive like this.
Radzi's never done this before and he's doing
an absolute genius of a job.
Don't forget, mate, we need a flip in there.
-I might not have time to flip it!
-Wait, wait, wait, wait!
-Look at mine!
-Mate, leave it as it is!
-Put it flat, put it flat.
Give that a quick flip, please.
It's actually not too bad.
OK, so, let's get these on our display plates.
I've got Shelley the wrong way round.
-Flip that onto there, please, Linds.
-I've burnt Shelley.
Radzi, put yours on there.
-It actually looks really good.
-Radzi, yours is really good!
-I'm really happy!
-If you want to try this,
go to the Blue Peter website. You'll find all the details on there.
We've got some sweet and savoury ideas for you as well.
While you're on the website, there is loads going on.
There's a brand-new game called Geo's Gym.
-Radzi and I, we had a go at it the other day, didn't we?
Get online, have a go and there's a sport quiz as well.
So, loads going on on the website.
It's not even a contest. Radzi, that is the best Radzi pancake
-I have ever seen.
-That's really, really good!
APPLAUSE AND CHEERING
-Beautiful, congratulations, mate.
-Bit of a weird...
-Can you smell that?
-I think I'm nervous.
-Nope, no, it's not that.
It's our brand-new Sport Relief game.
Look, we're asking you to send in your sweaty socks!
Not your real ones, of course!
But all you need to do is head to the Blue Peter website.
There's a lovely little example of the template there that you need.
Cut around the sock, decorate it and remember to tell us
what you are doing for Sport Relief.
How good do they look? Thank you, whoever sent them in.
-What do you get if you cross
an Olympic champion with four wheels and a head-to-head race?
Our brand-new 2016 Sport Relief challenge.
Speaking of which, we need some energy. Let's eat these, shall we?
'From subzero temperatures to epic swims,
'here on Blue Peter, we love pushing ourselves to the limit
'for Sport Relief.'
So proud of him!
'And this year is no exception.
'We've been set a special challenge to inspire you
'to get involved with Sport Relief 2016.'
Supposed to be here at nine o'clock
for our new cycle challenge and...
He will be furious if I'm late!
-BICYCLE HORN BLASTS
-Finally! How are you doing?
Mate, I'm sorry I'm late, but do you know what?
I'm kitted out with the right stuff and even got
Blue Peter flag.
That's a nice bike. I think you might want to leave that here.
There's probably some much cooler stuff inside.
'There's no place for that thing here.
'This is the National Cycling Centre in Manchester
'and inside, you'll find the velodrome -
'a track that has banked sides which help riders
'go really fast!'
Look at this!
This is unbelievable!
-This is where our challenge is happening.
Hey, mate, no ordinary challenge.
This is a "wheelie" big challenge.
'And our Sport Relief challenge won't be as simple
'as just getting round it without falling off.'
'Of course not! We're taking on something called
'a mini-omnium, or to you and I,
'three different track cycling races.'
'To tell us more is six-time Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy.'
Hi, Barney and Radzi. Your Sport Relief challenge
is going to push your cycling abilities to the limit.
Your mini-omnium is going to be made up from three cycling events.
First, the flying lap -
one shot each at clocking the quickest circuit.
Next, the match sprint -
a tactical race with a fast finish.
And finally, the kilo.
You both start at different points in the track
and have 1km to try and catch each other up.
Two words -
'This really will be!
'So, we need a top coach and, luckily, we've got one - Charlie.
'You may recognise from Barney's Tour of Britain challenge.'
Mate, I can't even speak.
'That was a tough one. Now, I've ridden on a track before,
'so it's only fair that Radzi gets a taster
'before training gets serious.'
Gents, I officially feel like Sir Chris Hoy.
You do look the part, mate, doesn't he?
You certainly look the part, Radzi.
We've noticed a distinct difference already and that is with the bike.
Where are the brakes?
We don't need brakes. We can regulate pace
using the geometry of the track and the fixed wheel.
-So, to go faster, we need to pedal faster.
And the only way we can stop is by slowing our legs down.
We need to get some bike riding done.
'Charlie wants me to see if I can get round the track
'without falling off.'
-Off you go.
-Nice, strong push, that's it.
-I don't like this, Barn.
'This is so weird. My feet are clipped in so I can't
'even put them down, and I'm not even on the steep banked
'part of the track yet.'
Go, go, go!
'After sort of getting used to the bike on the flat,
'I ever so carefully move onto the light blue section -
'the very edge of the banking.'
I'll tell you what, Charlie, my stress levels
are through the roof right now.
'But I manage to complete a few circuits.'
Nicely done, wind it down and come in for me, Radzi.
It's quite a steep banking, but you're mastering it.
We're getting you there.
'The next day we head to Derby Velodrome
'for our first day on the track together.'
In your own time, boys, roll off.
'Charlie wants us to start practising skills we'll need
'for our challenge.
'Two of our races will rely on sheer speed,
'so we need to learn the fastest way round the track.'
That's it, squeeze it on.
'To do that, we need to use the coloured lines.
'First up - black.
'This line shows the shortest distance
'in which you can do a lap.'
'Then, Charlie wants us to move between the red and blue lines
'to build our confidence and help us increase our speed.'
Hey, you're looking confident there, Radzi.
I can already see in just a short amount of time
that Radzi is strong, he learns quick.
I went from really scared to absolutely loving that.
The speed you get... You literally feel like a fighter jet.
'Next, we need to ride against each other on the track
'to help us prepare for our match sprint race.'
Going to have a little game of follow-the-leader.
Barney, you're going to be leader. So, Radzi,
wherever Barney positions himself on the track, you need to follow.
Off you go, Barney. Lead away.
'This gets us used to riding close together
'and tests our coordination.'
'When swapping positions, the rider on the outside
'has to work harder - something we'll have to master
'if we want to overtake in the race.'
It's my turn to overtake!
-Go on, mate!
-I'm taking the lead!
Look at him go!
This is really tough!
So, what have we learnt from that?
We've learnt you are very confident and very good, in my opinion.
I think I'm more confident because I've done it more.
I think you're strong. When you overtook me over here,
and I tried to keep up with you, I was struggling.
It's definitely a well-suited challenge for two of us, I think.
Because I've got confidence, you've got strength. Anything could happen.
And one thing's guaranteed - we're going to have fun.
We are going to have fun.
-I'll high-five to that.
Speaking of fun,
we're taking a break from training to join this Go Ride session
organised by British Cycling, to have a go with some young riders.
These sessions allow cyclists of all abilities
to get some expert coaching.
And they don't just take place on the track.
I like cycling because you can keep fit.
I like cycling because you can meet a new group of friends.
You can ride wherever you want, whenever you want.
-And everybody gets on with each other.
-But I am better than you.
-No, I'm better than you.
-That's the spirit.
You can't beat a bit of competition.
Let's take that into our Sport Relief challenge, Barn.
We're training for our cycling challenge because we want to
inspire you to get involved with this year's Sport Relief.
We want you to walk, run, swim or even cycle for Sport Relief.
There are so many different ways you can get involved
for Sport Relief, and cycling is just one of them.
-You can say that again.
-Cycling is just one of them.
We're done here.
Barney and Radzi voted comedy duo, best 2016. There you have it.
The lovely warm studio, and as you can see, we're outside here now with
our thermal underpants on to tell you about something very exciting.
We want you to get inspired for Sport Relief
and we are only moments away...
-Oh, even less.
-There we go.
Zero minutes to go. Let's do it.
Zero minutes away from announcing
Lindsey's huge, big Sport Relief challenge.
-Do you want to see it? Oh, go on, then.
You've been telling us all day on CBBC what you think it is.
We've had some incorrect, but quite funny, guesses. They've been good.
SalmonStormyRat says, "Run a 100 metres jumping over hamster balls,
"then paddle 50 metres around hamster balls." That's a good idea.
-Me and you think exactly the same.
-I'm glad it's not that.
CyanChirpyActor says, "Running a mini-marathon
"in a human hamster ball."
Not... Can't say anything.
MustardRainbowActor, "I think Lindsey is in a large ball
"full of water and she has to find a way to get out."
-I like it.
-There's a lot that are close.
Imagination is off the charts, by the way.
We have had correct guesses though. From OnyxTrailingMonkey,
AmberRockJedi, AmethystMegaRhino, CreamEcstaticDog,
-Yeah, thank you.
There's been loads of correct guesses. Big moment. Everyone ready?
-There it is!
Wow. And if you think that's impressive,
just wait until you see what I'm going to do.
Have a look at this.
Sport Relief 2016 is going to be huge.
So I'm going to do something truly epic to inspire you to get involved.
We've assembled a team of top engineers.
And I've had to get fit, really fit.
Why have we done all this?
So I can run across the Irish Sea.
Over 20 miles of open water.
Pushing my body to the absolute limit.
I'm about to become the wave-runner.
Keep driving, keep driving. Keep driving!
Oh, my goodness.
It's over there.
That is what I'm going to be doing. Help me!
Lindsey, it's hard to believe you're actually going to do this.
-It seems impossible.
-It does seem impossible, doesn't it?
It is a really big challenge.
But the best thing about Blue Peter, do you know what it is?
They surround you with the best of the best. And so my team is amazing.
-Yeah, Barney and Radzi. But also Greg Whyte.
He's been training me up, getting me in really good condition.
Abdul over there just said, "I hope you're healthy."
So do I. Greg Whyte, he trained Davina a couple of years ago.
-I remember that.
-Do you remember? She did 500 miles.
She did incredible.
So I am in good hands,
and I'm going to be nice and safe, and hopefully I can do it.
When you think about Sport Relief,
this year it's all about running, swimming, cycling and walking.
-We've done the cycling...
-And the falling, yeah.
I guess you're doing kind of like the running and walking?
I've got the rest of it covered in that thing.
I just wanted to do something huge that is going to inspire you lot
at home to basically get involved this year with Sport Relief.
It's so important that you do. It's never been done before.
This is a famous swimming route, though.
It has been swam by very talented people,
but never crossed in this wave-running machine that we've got.
-I can see why.
-Yeah, I know. It's a bit scary, isn't it?
Let's talk about the route itself.
Let's talk about the distance and what you're doing.
Well, you can see on this map that we're going to show you.
I'm going from Northern Ireland, Donaghadee,
all the way over there to Portpatrick, that's in Scotland.
That is, believe it or not, the shortest crossing.
It's 20 miles on the water. And we believe that on the day,
with the wind and the conditions and everything going against me,
on the day, it could be up to 25 or 30 miles as a crossing.
-And this is on water. That's not just on the road.
-A marathon is 26.2 miles.
That's sort of a marathon distance.
-You've in fact run the London Marathon.
-Is it different?
Well, Radz, I wish I was running the London Marathon again.
Because I never thought I'd say that but this is quite a bit harder
because it's all about the arms and legs, this one.
We thought, Greg thought, it was going to be,
like, leg strength and running, but actually there's a lot of pushing.
So I've really had to get into that gym.
-That's me running on the Peaks.
-That's a great shot, I love that.
I'm going to get very cold, very wet and I'm going to set off
at about one in the morning, we think.
-So it's going to be cold, wet and dark.
-How the guns looking, Linds?
I'm not quite Radzi Chinyanganya yet, but I'm getting there.
Linds, we're going to be behind you every step of the way,
we really are. I say that, we're going to be in that cafe, actually.
Drinking hot chocolate, exactly.
I'm going to this way and talk to chief engineer, and my hero, Grant.
-Hello. Good to see you, Grant.
-How you doing?
-Now, you've build this amazing machine, haven't you?
Have you ever build anything like this?
Nothing quite like this, no.
Which means we better do so much testing and research
to make sure this is actually safe on the water.
I should say, while I've been getting really fit and healthy
and spending months on this, Grant has been building this.
You've been working so hard with your brother, James,
and it really does look incredible.
So talk us through this wave-running machine.
So all the red sections here are the steel structure.
That actually holds everything together.
We've got the blue paddles here.
So that actually turns your walking motion inside into kind of like
a waterwheel, and gives you traction on the water and moves you along.
The final thing on the end, we've got the foam buoyancy stabilisers.
They help you in any adverse weather - so waves, wind.
Anything that might cause this to topple over,
they'll keep you safe inside.
It's basically a giant seaworthy floating hamster ball, isn't it?
-Kind of, yes.
-Listen, Team Wave-Runner.
I think we can do this, Grant.
-You're going to be there on the day, aren't you?
-Looking forward to it.
-Thank you for coming on Blue Peter.
-Guys, do we think she can do it?
-There's a long way to go yet though, isn't there?
There is a long way.
And you can catch up with everything on the Blue Peter website.
-Make sure you head there. Shall I go get in?
-Yeah, get in!
-Get in, Linds!
-Why not? Get yourself ready, get used to it.
-Linds, we'll see you in Scotland.
-See you. Ah!
-Are you OK?
Lindsey has wind in there,
a bit like me after I've had a lot of baked beans.
It's time to talk about next week's show. What's coming up, Barn?
Well, you think we'd be sick of pancakes,
but we've got a really cool race next week.
I'm going to do a pancake race. I'm going to be crepe-ing over the line!
Let's talk about the greatest British cycling Olympian
of all time, Sir Chris Hoy.
He's getting his hands on us in our brand-new challenge.
Have a great week. We'll see you next week.
-Lindsey, be safe in there..
Give us a big cheer, everybody and wave goodbye.
See you later.
The team launch a huge new sporting competition - join us to find out how to take part! Sir Chris Hoy sets a speedy cycle challenge for Barney and Radzi in aid of Sport Relief, and there'll be some fun in the studio for Pancake Day!