Cycling 770 miles non-stop on a 100-year-old bike with onions
“The Paris-Brest-Paris race is said to be one of the hardest long distance cycle races in the world.
A 770 mile (1,280km) round trip – cycling through the night – which has to be completed in under 90 hours.
Of the 5,000 Lycra clad cyclists who line-up for the challenge, nearly a thousand do not make it.
But Drew Buck, a 65-year-old from Somerset, has not only completed it six times but done it on a 100-year-old bike dressed as a traditional Breton onion seller – known as an Onion Johnny.
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Perhaps I will be there, myself, in 2015…