Judging by the number of people who queued patiently to meet Mark Cavendish at HMV’s Oxford Street store last night, the Manxman’s ever-increasing popularity shows no sign of slowing down.

Hundreds of enthusiasts lined-up to meet the former world champion, who was signing copies of his new DVD, “Mark Cavendish: Born To Race”. 

The documentary is a candid behind-the-scenes look at Cavendish’s 2012 season, looking at the highs and lows of his years.

CW photographer Daniel Gould was on hand to capture last night’s meet and greet.

*Mark Cavendish: Born To Race is available for £19.99 at the Cycling Shop.

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  • roginoz

    Bet that was as exhausting as a Tour stage! Look at the wonder on that kids face!

  • Gavin Cook

    I agree Lee, it would be great to see the classics on terrestrial TV. I think the early season classics are more entertaining than the Tour.

  • JD

    Give Cav his own reality TV show. He’d get huge ratings.

  • lee

    Fantastic…. great to see our top riders becoming more popular / well known by the general public. Now if terrestrial tv could transmit other races instead of just the Le Tour that be really good. There are some amazing one day classics that would make a great 1 hour highlights programme.