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What is a Permanent?

A Permanent is a brevet, but it can be ridden on any day, chosen by the rider. Regarding distances, time limits, controls, brevet cards, certificates, they are similar to regular BRM brevets. Also digital information like GPS files, Google Map links, overview maps, are available in exactly the same way as usual. Permanents are typically designed by enthusiastic randonneurs, but the administration and control of Permanents is overseen by Korea Randonneurs. A permanent can be done individually but also in a group. If you are a first time participant in a randonneuring event, please make sure you fully understand the rules of regular brevets

Location of the Permanents

Click on the number to access the relevant Permanent Information Page
Scroll down to view summary information of the permanents and the rules

Summary of available Permanents

Click on the code to access the relevant information page
CodeDistanceClimbingTime LimitStart inFinish inNameDesigned by
PT-01 201K 4514m 13h24m Yangsan Yangsan Kletterfest Jan Boonstra
PT-02 200K 2311m 13h20m Waegwan Waegwan Green Heart Russell Morris
PT-03 215K 1389m 14h20m Seoul-Banpo Seoul-Banpo Ganghwa-do Jason Ham
PT-04 203K 2259m 13h32m Seoul-Banpo Seoul-Banpo the Hourglass Jason Ham
PT-05 205K 1921m 13h40m Busan-Sasang Busan-Sasang good morning Southsea Jan Boonstra
PT-06 214K 2516m 14h16m Incheon Daejeon Incheon-Daejeon Jason Ham
PT-07 216K 2447m 14h24m Daejeon Incheon Daejeon-Incheon Jason Ham
PT-08 204K 1301m 13h36m Gunsan Gunsan Saemangeum Bill Goins
PT-09 203K 2136m 13h32m Jinju Jinju the Jinju Shoreline Route Jan Boonstra
PT-10 202K 2281m 13h28m Daegu Daegu Bohyeonsan Jan Boonstra
PT-11 201K 3145m 13h24m Uiseong Uiseong Uiseong-East Sea-Uiseong Russell Morris
PT-12 204K 3471m 13h36m Gimcheon Gimcheon 3-buk high adventure tour Russell Morris
PT-13 202K 3525m 13h28m Uljin Uljin Hills and Streams of Uljin Chris Hennessey
PT-14 203K 4325m 13h32m Gurye Gurye I love Jirisan Chris Hennessey
PT-15 240K 2158m 16h00m Cheonan Gwangju Cheonan-Gwangju Jan Boonstra
PT-16 240K 2658m 16h00m Gwangju Cheonan Gwangju-Cheonan Jan Boonstra
PT-17 497K 4771m 33h08m Seoul Busan Seoul-Busan Jan Boonstra
PT-18 497K 4690m 33h08m Busan Seoul Busan-Seoul Jan Boonstra
PT-19 450K 8931m 30h00m Taebaek Sokcho 12 hills 7 passes Kim Young-sam
PT-20 401K 9637m 26h44m Samcheok Chunyang Taebaek, Hill of the wind. Kim Young-sam
PT-21 464K 9331m 30h56m Chunyang Gimcheon The oldest Korean passes. Kim Young-sam
PT-22 200K 3736m 13h20m Hamyang Hamyang Beautiful Roads Hamyang Jang Nam-sik
PT-23 206K 4328m 13h24m Chuncheon Chuncheon Chuncheon, the Lakeside city Jang Nam-sik
PT-24 213K 2829m 14h12m Jeungpyeong Daejeon Embraced by the Songni mtn. Lee Tae-hun
PT-25 448K 10651m 29h52m Gimcheon Jeongryeongchi Baekdudaegan 4 Kim Young-sam
PT-26 257K 3096m 17h08m Seoul Yeouido Seoul Yeouido Cheongpyeongho, Homyeongsan Jang Nam-sik
PT-27 210K 2985m 14h00m Cheonan Osan 1005-OBD Lee Ju-ho
PT-28 207K 1093m 13h48m Seoul Yeouido Seoul Yeouido Gyodong-do Jang Nam-sik
PT-29 259K 2237m 17h16m Daegu Daegu Homigot Jang Jung-won
PT-30 325K 4194m 21h40m Daegu Yeongjeon Route-30 Jang Jung-won
PT-31 627K 11932m 42h22m Busan Haeundae Yanggu Route-31 Jang Jung-won
PT-32 207K 1339m 13h 48m Osan Jeonju Jeonju bibimbap Lee Sangwon
PT-33 368K 2834m 24h32m Seoul-Banpo Seoul-Banpo the Kite Jan Boonstra
PT-34 202K 2765m 13h28m Hapcheon Tongyeong The Road to Tongyeong Kim Young-sam
PT-35 308K 5966m 20h32m Seoul Banpo Jinbu Pass Baekdu Mt.range Park Kim Young-sam
PT-36 203K 2539m 13h32m Sejong City Sejong City Daechong Lake Shores Yun Ki-ho
PT-37 215K 3935m 14h20m Yangpyeong Yangpyeong Yangpyeong hourglass Lee Kwang-ho
PT-38 332K 2028m 22h08m Seoul Banpo Seoul Banpo Han River trails Lee Kwang-ho
PT-39 228K 2773m 15h12m Yeoju Yeoju The Great King Sejong Lee Jin-young
PT-40 219K 3410m 14h36m Yeoju Yeoju Sejong-Danjong Lee Jin-young
PT-41 204K 3277m 13h 36m Yangpyeong Yangpyeong Tour de Yangpyeong Lee Kwang-ho
PT-42 204K 2992m 13h36m Yeoju Yeoju Spring Breeze Lee Jin-young
PT-43 207K 1585m 13h48m Seoul Banpo Seoul Banpo Seoul Bike Paths Kim Young-sam
PT-44 317K 4401m 21h08m Jeongdongjin Jeongseojin Jeongdongjin-Jeongseojin Jang Jung-won
PT-45 202K 877m 13h28m Busan-Sasang Busan-Sasang Flatterfest Jan Boonstra
PT-46 200K 2255m 13h20m Seoul Jamsil Chungju the Chungju Adventure Kim Young-sam
PT-47 326K 3322m 21h44m Gunsan Gunsan One round in town Son Young-ha
PT-48 236K 4413m 15h44m Namwon Namwon Jiri Mt. Seahorse course Kim Young-sam
PT-49 332K 2965m 22h08m Suncheon Suncheon South Jeolla Experience Jan Boonstra
PT-50 224K 2998m 14h56m Gumi Gumi Time of Contemplation Jung Dong-won
PT-51 211K 1302m 14h04m Suwon Suwon Chicken noodle & Arboretum Lim Bong-gyu
PT-52 212K 3903m 14h08m Yeongwol Yeongwol Yeongwol Poodle course Kim Young-sam
PT-53 202K 1594m 13h28m Dongtan Dongtan Dongtan-Pyeongtaekho & ... Lee Joo-ho
PT-54 202K 1112m 13h28m Seoul Mangwon Seoul Mangwon Baby chick Kim Hoe-jin
PT-55 201K 2111m 13h24m Hanam Hanam Chuncheon Chicken ribs Kim Young-sam
PT-56 225K 4116m 15h00m Onyang Seonghwan 20 uphills Won Kwang-sick
PT-57 233K 1588m 15h32m Jeju City Jeju City Around Jeju Island Jang Jungwon
PT-58 203K 2950m 13h32m Jeju City Jeju City Jeju, Islands and Mountain Jang Jungwon
PT-59 207K 2267m 13h48m Ochang Ochang Cheong-Gong route Lee Taehun
PT-60 200K 2824m 13h20m Seoul Dangsan Chuncheon Gyeongchun Line Kim Hoe-jin
PT-61 226K 3653m 15h04m Andong Andong The most beautiful Kim Young-sam
PT-62 203K 1092m 13h32m Osan Osan Dumulmeori Hotdog WH Lee Sang-won
PT-63 208K 679m 13h52m Daegu Daegu Daegu Sprout Jung Dong-won
PT-64 219K 5132m 14h36m Taebaek Taebaek The Old paths of Jeongseon Kim Young-sam
PT-65 278K 3000m 18h32m Haman Haman Tour de Southern Coast Jung Dongwon
PT-66 207K 2428m 13h48m Daejeon Daejeon Santa Route Tim Schilstra
PT-67 200K 1972m 13h20m Incheon Incheon Sky City Jason Ham
PT-68 201K 2123m 13h24m Gyeongju Gyeongju Millenium City Kim Giyob
PT-69 205K 4051m 13h40m Gohyeon Gohyeon Hallyeohaesang Jan Boonstra

Baekdudaegan Challenge

There is a special randonnee called the "Baekdudaegan Challenge", which combines 4 permanents (PT-19, PT-20, PT-21 and PT-25) into one, with a length of 1760 km. The course is extremely mountainous, the total of climbing meters exceeds 40,000m. The four stages can be done separately but must all have been successfully finished within one year. There is a special certificate for this longest and toughest cycling marathon. Only a few members have ever achieved this monster marathon, see the Honor Roll.

How to ride a Permanent

  1. Send an email to Jan Boonstra at janboonstra49@gmail.com with the following information:
    • The Permanent code (PT-01 ~ PT- ), see the listing above.
    • The member number(s) and name of the rider(s)
  2. You will receive payment instructions: 14,000 won per person per permanent. After we receive payment, you receive a confirmation that you are registered. Only after registration, you can start the permanent. Please register at least one day before you want to ride the permanent. You do not need to fix the day of riding. You can start on any day within 6 months after payment.
  3. Download and print out the permanent sheet yourself and also the waiver form, by clicking this button on the info page of the permanent and the sheets look like this picture on the right:
    But if you prefer to receive the brevet card and waiver form by mail (like it used to be) and use that instead of a permanent sheet, please mention it in the email when you apply for the permanent. NOTE: requesting a paper card is not possible in the months July, August, December and January and when using a paper card, changing to a different permanent is not possible. Allow 7 to 10 days for making and sending it and for the post to deliver it (by normal mail).
  4. Download the GPX file, overview map and control info sheet from the permanent info page and print it out.
  5. Before the start, send a photograph of the waiver form by Kakao Talk. At the start, make a start-picture, showing the riders at the starting point. The time of making the picture is the official starting time. Send pictures immediately to Jan Boonstra by Kakao Talk, telephone number 010-8915-7046
  6. At controls (CP) at convenience stores, get a stamp and mark the time of passing. If you cannot get a stamp, use the CP as a photo control. At photo controls, send the picture, showing the riders and the control point, immediately by Kakao Talk.
  7. The results will be added to your personal record, but only if you were registered for the permanent. On the permanent control sheet fill in the date and riding time and don't forget to place your signature. If you like to receive a certificate (for free) and a homologation of your permanent (stamp and signature on the control sheet), send the permanent control sheet by normal mail to Jan Boonstra, Busan City, Busanjin-gu Jungangdaero 981, Sentevil #513. postcode 47209.

More information about permanents

All rules regarding safety and night riding apply, as well as the obligation for proper accident insurance. Participants must be KoRa members. If needed, riders may register at the Online Registration Site. KoRa permanents differ from regular BRM brevets as follows:
  • Permanents are not ACP sanctioned, meaning that a successful permanent does not count toward the Super Randonneur qualification. But they do count for KR5000 and R12 awards
  • Distances outside the BRM-scheme (200, 300, 400, 600, 1000 km) are possible and the listed kilometers will count for one's personal mileage record.
  • The time limit is calculated from an average speed of 15 km/h, using the actual distance and counting from the actual starting time. Example: Starting time is 7:10 am and the distance is 204 km. The riding time is calculated as 13h 36m, so the rider needs to send his arrival photograph before 8:46 pm.
  • Apply only by email to janboonstra49@gmail.com
  • A permanent registration has a validity of 6 months. It is not refundable and cannot be exchanged with the registration of a regular brevet.
  • A cue sheet is not provided.
  • The bicycle inspection at the start is not carried out by a KoRa staff, it is the responsibility of the rider to ensure the safety of his/her bike in accordance with the rules.
All other brevet rules apply, including the regulations mentioned in the FAQ page.

 

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