Training for Paris Brest Paris 2023

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The first thing I’ve been doing for training is to tell everyone I know about my plan. I want to build a lot of peer pressure so I feel accountable.

Given how crazy this project is, I am pretty sure nobody would be really sorry if I wouldn’t pull it off. But some people believe in me and I wouldn’t want to disappoint them!

The overall plan is the following:

  • Winter solstice 19-20 Dec 2020 – 150km minimum – DONE
  • April – start of Rynkeby cycling season – DONE
  • April 24th – 200km – DONE
  • May 8th – 300km – DONE
  • June 5-6 – 600km – DONE
  • July 2021 – Tour de Finland – 1200km in 8 days – DONE
  • August 2021 – 400km – DONE (389km)
  • September 2021 – 200km – DONE
  • 2022 – As many Brevets as possible. Possibly abroad.
    • 4 x 200K
    • 400K
    • RAF 500K
  • 2023 – Super Randonneur series to qualify for PBP
  • August 2023 – Paris Brest Paris

By Marc Olivier Meunier

Marc has spent the past few years putting oil on the fire of a hyper growth ad tech company. At he was in charge of scaling the support and its culture. At Eficode he is now leading an engineering team and running operations. He leads by example and puts a lot of emphasis on diversity and inclusion, constantly working to create a safe environment. A warm leader with a passion for memorable experiences and innovation.
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One reply on “Training for Paris Brest Paris 2023”

om op een degelijke manier P-B-P te rijden moet men in hetzelfde jaar +- 6a7 duizend km als training hebben gedaan waaronder meerdere malen 200-300-400-600km en in de controles zo weinig mogelijk tijd verliezen om in P-B-P een tijd te realiseren van +- 55 uren anders word het een marteling, van rusten weer op gang komen enz ……groetjes

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