Held every four years, Paris-Brest-Paris is one of the longest-running cycling events in existence. At 1200 kilometers, it’s one of the longest—period. Started in 1891, the event represents one of the greatest achievements in the sport, requiring racers to finish in under 90 hours. So, for this weeks edition of Theater Thursday, we bring you an edit from Brooks, documenting last year’s race. Get ready for lots of day-glo apparel.
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