Randonneurs are long-distance unsupported endurance cyclists who cover distances between 200km and 1200km and beyond.
Randonneuring has its roots in France and every four years in August Randonneurs from around the globe gather in this country to participate in the 1200km event Paris-Brest-Paris (PBP). The Korea Randonneurs were established in 2009 and the first brevets were held in 2010.
Any form of human powered vehicle is acceptable, but the vehicle must be powered solely by the rider.
Riders must comply with the Rules for Safety and Instructions and obey Korean traffic rules.
Each rider must be self sufficient. No personal follow cars or support of any kind are permitted on the course.
The prescribed route must be followed. If a rider deviates from the prescribed route (either purposely or accidently), he has to turn back to the point where he left the prescribed route and resume from there.
Violation of any rule and not arriving within the time limit results in disqualification.