By Bill Bryant
In 1901 Chicago's Charly Miller was the first American to ride and finish Paris-Brest-Paris. He did it swiftly and came in fifth among the professional racers in the second edition of PBP.
To earn membership in
"La Société Charly Miller," one must be an American and have finished in less than or equaled Miller's time of 56 hours, 40 minutes.
Full details about the award are available on the RUSA web site.
56:18:00 BOL Timothy RUSA
50:00:00 HEINE Jan Seattle International Randonneurs
56:33:00 LYON Melinda BOSTON BREVET SERIES
55:49:00 MEADE Alexander BLUEGRASS CYCLING CLUB
52:45:00 PERZANOWSKI Dale GREEN MOUNTAIN BICYCLE CLUB
52:51:00 TANNER Brad SUNAPEE-BANAGANS BIKE CLUB