Published: 15:00, 26 May 2016
A TV star attracted quite a crowd as film crews descended on a Kent beach.
Guy Martin was spotted in Hythe whilst filming took place for an episode of the new series of his show, Speed With Guy Martin.
Martin, a professional motorcycle racer and mechanic, was seen strapped into a zeppelin and it is believed he is attempting to pedal the airship across the channel for the upcoming Channel 4 show.
Fans gathered on the seafront last night to watch his initial attempts at getting off the ground.
Martin took selfies with fans in between shooting some scenes.
A video posted on Twitter showed Martin getting airborne in the pedal-powered blimp outside the Hythe Imperial Hotel.
The adrenaline junkie has filmed two series of the show which has so far seen him try to break several records.
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He has completed challenges in several vehicles including motorcycles, hovercrafts and a soapbox car.
In March, he set a new record for the Wall of Death - the perilous motorcycle challenge around a vertical wall without support - live on television with a speed of 78.15mph.
Other programmes Martin, who is from Grimsby, has made include building a replica Spitfire from scratch based on an original which had been buried in a French beach since 1940 before taking the replica to the skies.
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