The intrepid Steve Heaney (Rhos-on-Sea CC) completed the epic challenge of the Paris-Brest-Paris time trial in 89 hours 49 minutes for the 740-mile event, following his completion of the UK National 24 hour championship in Shropshire/Cheshire.
What does PBP stand for?
PBP stands for Paris-Brest-Paris (bicycle race)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Ian Sutcliffe, Brian Childs and John Radford are competing in the 1,200km Paris-Brest-Paris race, along with more than 6,000 other riders.
He won titles in the 65-69 age group at the UCI World Masters Championships in Austria in 1989 and took part in the marathon Paris-Brest-Paris when in his 70s.
The 300-kilometre race around the Vale of York is a qualifying event for the prestigious Paris-Brest-Paris event in August.
Adrian Midgley, 51, co-owner of Huddersfield's award winning Half Moon Wholefoods shop, and Meltham's John Radford, 63, successfully completed their first 300km qualifier on Sunday for the 1,200km Paris-Brest-Paris in August.
As the countdown to August's epic Paris-Brest-Paris continues three Huddersfield CTC members - John Radford, Dave Robinson and Andrew Butterworth - who plan to ride, completed the gruelling North West Passage 200k from Rochdale over a very hilly route via Settle, Lancaster and moors to Blackburn.
The 1,200km Paris-Brest-Paris ride is staged once every four years and August's event promises to be the biggest ever.
Clr Bolt, a member of Ravensthorpe Cycling Club and a veteran of the gruelling Paris-Brest-Paris ride, says a bike route round the boundary on the road would cover around 75 miles or 120km.