All riders must wear an approved helmet.
At least one headlight and at least one rear light need to be attached to the bike during inspection. A second rear light must be available (and attachable). It must be fully working during inspection.
It is compulsory to have one working front light and two red tail lights in all circumstances.
All riders must wear a reflective vest. The vest must have fields or strips of reflective material, well visible from 360 degree all sides. More reflective materials can be added, but they must be permanent. (temporary tapes not allowed)
Riders also need to wear a reflective ankle band around each ankle.
Riding brevets is a serious challenge for your body and mind. Keep a good condition before events, and warm up before start. Notify to staff members if you feel any abnormality. If you feel any uncertainty in your body while riding, stop riding immediately and take a rest or other appropriate actions. Since brevets are run on a long distance and long time period, neither standby ambulance nor pickup service can be provided.
Korea Randonneurs cannot be held responsible and liable in any way for any accident, death, disability, personal injury, property damage and property theft. It is therefore strongly advised that riders take an appropriate insurance by themselves. Before the start, riders have to sign a waiver form to acknowledge the responsibility.
Riders who finished the ride but not in the maximum time frame can still receive a certificate, but they cannot buy a medal. The brevet card will not be homologated by ACP. But after having checked the brevet card for the correct control stamps, the unsuccessful rider can still be listed in the results list on the Korea Randonneurs website, published soon after the day of the ride.