About This Website
This website is a dedicated Paris–Brest–Paris results website, built by a PBP 2019 finisher.
The website is still under construction. Although 'a lot' of information is already presented, I assure you that much more is planned to be added.
The next major piece to add is individual club pages. This will be followed by individual rider pages. Each of these tasks require that the raw data be cleaned.
After that, I plan to add a great deal of analytics to the site, including interactive graphs. It takes time to do a good job, and I have a day job, other software projects I work on, and I have to find time to ride my bike too.
On the request for data corrections:
As of Aug 27 2020, the 2019 data on this site now reflects the official data released by the ACP on the official PBP website with last updated date of Jul 31 2020.
I expect the ACP may revise the data going forward and I will continually check this page for these revisions.
To the extent there are differences between the data presented on this site and the official PBP data, I will look into these differences and correct where needed.
One such difference is that I chose to include 'NH' (non-homologated) results as DNF. I do intend to change this at some point in the future and identify these results in their own category 'NH'.
Final results for all PBPs other than the 2019 PBP are taken from the official Paris–Brest–Paris website, made publicly available courtesy of Audax Club Parisien (ACP), the organizers of PBP.
Intermediate control data for 2011 and 2015 PBPs were provided courtesy of private individuals.
Thanks for visiting the site and helping support the PBP community. I've enjoyed putting this site together, just like I enjoyed participating in my first PBP.
This site wouldn't exist without PBP itself, and so this site owes a major thank you, like PBP, to the thousands of volunteers that make PBP possible every 4 years.
I also appreciate all the feedback I've received from my fellow PBP riders thanking me for building the site. You're most welcome.
Lastly I'm reminded of what my roommate in France said to me, a fellow PBP rider: "PBP is a bike ride like no other." I agree, that's PBP.
I feel lucky to have participated in such a great event and I hope this website
benefits the PBP community.