Watch: Brit rider Lyndon Poskitt's daily Dakar videos

Ever wondered what it's like to compete in one of the world's toughest races? Watch this. 

SOME riders do motovlogs on their commute to work. Lyndon Poskitt is doing one on racing the Dakar. 

The British rider, who came second in last year's tough Malle Moto class, is telling the story of his bid to win the same category this year on a KTM 450 Rally through daily YouTube videos.

Malle Moto is one of the toughest classes in the Dakar, with riders competing without a team or outside assistance, carrying out their own maintenance and repairs each night after racing. 

If you're curious about what it's like to compete in one of the world's most gruelling races, you need to watch Poskitt's latest episode, on Sunday's stage two of the 2018 Dakar. 

Find the rest on his YouTube channel and read more about Poskitt, a 39-year-old former aerospace engineer, in our 'Who are the Brits in the 2018 Dakar?' feature.