A review of the Engo glases. These give a AR heads up display while cycling.
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Paris Brest Paris is the world’s oldest ultra endurance cycling event. Participants are given 90 hours to go the 1,200 km between Paris (really, Rambouillet) and Brest and then back again.
After the 200k, 300k, and 400k this was the last Brevet needed to complete the series and finalize registration for Paris Brest Paris.
The second to last ride to finish qualifying for Paris is the 400k. This was the Athens Augusta Athens 400 on March 9th, 2019.
After finishing last year’s 600k I took way too much time off the bike. The good news is I was qualified to register early for PBP.
Last year my goal was to ride a 200k. I was able to do that, and so this year I increased the goal to 600k - a full Super Randonneur Series of 200k, 300k, 400k, and then finally the 600k.
About two years ago I set a pie-in-the-sky goal of riding my bike 200 km.