Melvyn’s reports Deb Banks’ Perth Albany Perth 1200k report
TrainerRoad says:The right pacing plan will remove the guesswork before your next event and help you cross the finish line faster.
Sage advice from Mark Thomas: Try to maintain 20kph (including stops) during the day. This is easy to calculate, even when tired. Keep stops short enough to keep on that schedule. 18 hours x 20kph = 360km or 24 hours of brevet time. That gives me 6 hours in 24 for rest. 5 hours rest…
Whilst this was posted for LEL entrants, it is equally applicable to all longer audax events. Mechanic’s advice for the next LEL
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Jean-Gualbert Faburel (Vice President ACP): “For a good preparation for PBP, we recommend building up to the event throughout the year. The brevets should be done in order, just like the other stages toward Paris-Brest-Paris. We understand that some are forced to do the qualifying brevets out of order or all at once, but they…