Just registered for the Hell of the North (also known as the Paris-Roubaix Challenge). Brains will be shaken out, crashes will be experienced, limbs will be severed, all in miserable weather.
42 km of running on the sunny Côte d'Azur following the coastline from Nice to Cannes - done!
An all-musical route which is well balanced, taking some of the most beautiful roads of the Capital, a finish at the bottom of the Eiffel Tower, and a very high-quality welcome thanks to our health partners situated at the Emile Anthoine stadium.
They say, marathon running is boring. They say, triathlons and other lame-ass races are more stressful than fun. They say, road-running may give you a healthy set of lungs, but will leave you with as much upper body strength as Keira Knightley...
230 km of miserable weather, rain pouring down from the skies and wind trying to blow our helmets off.
Managed not to drown, finished it all in under 1h30, and actually had fun in spite of miserable weather!
In the middle of hot summer it's best to go where it's really cold: up the high mountains.
LEVALLOIS - HONFLEUR, 215 KM DE BONHEUR A VELO
Itinerary: Chamonix - Aiguille du Midi - Glacier du Geant - Pointe Helbronner - Courmayeur - Aosta - Cogne - Valnontey - Col Lauson - Herbetet - Chabod - Gran Paradiso - Chamonix
The Mud Day c’est une épreuve extrême, hors du commun, mettant à l’épreuve tes capacités physiques mais aussi mentales.