Monday, August 20 9:15pm - 90 hour group, tandems & special machines
Monday, August 20 9:30pm - 90 hour group, solo bike start
Tuesday,August 21 5:00am - 84 hour group
The rider must complete one full Brevet series (200k, 300k, 400k, and 600k brevets).
The brevets must be ACP-sanctioned (not RUSA domestic).
The brevets may be ridden in any order, although riding them in order of increasing distance
For each distance, a brevet of greater distance may be substituted.
The brevets must be completed by June 17, 2007.
The official PBP 2007 entry form will be sent to all RUSA members in May of 2007. It is now available online
RUSA members may enter by mailing the RUSA PBP entry form to RUSA. (As a service to RUSA members,
this is in lieu of online plus follow-up paper submission offered by the ACP elsewhere.)
Riders must be a member of RUSA or some other Randonneurs Mondiaux member organization at the time
of riding each qualifying brevet. Riders applying for PBP via RUSA must be RUSA members.
RUSA Submissions Process:
RUSA members can enter PBP by sending the PBP entry
form, payment and all other required documents to RUSA before July 1. RUSA collects and collates
the forms, ensures they are correct, puts them in alphabetical order, sorts them into categories by
start time and sends the forms to the ACP in France along with one large payment in Euros. Riders
receive their PBP registration packet of information directly from the ACP around August 1.
Entry forms are accepted between June 1 and July 1, 2007. No early entries are
accepted. No late entries are accepted.
Expected Ridership: up to 4,500 riders
Completed PBP entry form including brevet certification numbers
Three self-adhesive self-addressed mailing address labels including "USA"
Letter from physician - stating that rider is in good health
1 photo of rider cut to the measurement shown on the back of the entry form
Proof of medical insurance
Checks or Paypal are acceptable forms of payment. RUSA members can send their entry fees
via Paypal to email@example.com. RUSA does not accept credit cards.
Age Limit: riders must be 18 years of age or older
Entry Fee: $160.00
Start/Finish Area: St. Quentin en Yvelines, (near Versailles), France
Nearest Airport to start/finish area: Orly-Sud
PBP Bag Drops:
Participants are permitted to drop bags at two locations, through the services of Des Peres Travel.
One location is Villaines-la-Juhel and the other is Loudeac. This will afford riders four opportunities
to access dropbags. The Fee is $45 per bag. Details are available from:
ACP PBP 2007 Jersey:
Riders can order an ACP PBP 2007 jersey on the RUSA PBP entry form and pick up the jersey at PBP rider
checkin on Sunday, August 19. Cost will be approximately $50 each. Click HERE to see the jersey.
All participants are required to make their own travel arrangements for PBP.
RUSA is not a travel agency and does not handle air, hotel or rental car arrangements for riders.
Contact a travel agent to make your reservations.