In this episode, we are interviewing Henri Do, an ultra cyclist who completed the 1st edition of the longest race in the world, the TransCanada Bike Race. This race crosses Canada from North to South and from West to East, a journey of 12,500 km with more than 95,000 m of elevation gain.
Henri, who is among the Canadian ultra cycling elite, completed this challenge in 60 days, 14 hours and 55 minutes.
How did he prepare for this race, what were his ups and downs, what did he eat?
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