[OrRando] Fw: [SIR] REVISED - PBP Application Hints
susanfrance at teleport.com
Thu Jun 7 12:49:24 PDT 2007
Mark put together an excellent "How To" for filling out your PBP application
**Note** Club Name: "Oregon Randonneurs" Club Code: is 937020
*** If you choose 10 am for bike inspection you can probably get your picture included... since you are probably a member of SIR or SeaGon Randonneurs ;-)
Print this out and follow this as you fill out your PBP Appl
>From: Mark Thomas <mark at muthomas.net>
>Sent: Jun 7, 2007 10:01 AM
>To: sir at phred.org
>Cc: pbp2007 at rusa.org
>Subject: [SIR] REVISED - PBP Application Hints for SIR members
>Some hints and instructions for the PBP application. Please note that
>the RUSA application period runs from 6/1 to 7/1. Before starting,
>read all instructions. Check out the FAQ and other information on
>RUSA website at http://www.rusa.org/pbp.html. All US PBP applicants
>are required to use the RUSA PBP application sent to RUSA, not the
>online entry form on the ACP's PBP site.
>1. Use the same name on the entry form as you used for your RUSA
>membership and brevets. Note that the birthdate is requested in Euro
>2. If possible use a 2-sided application. Use application form cut
>from RUSA newsletter or make a 2-sided copy. Or print from http://
>www.rusa.org/Download/PBP2007EntryForm.pdf on 2 sides.
>3. Club ACP Code for SIR is 947018. Club name is "Seattle
>4. If you are trying to decide between the 84 hour start and the 90
>hour start, take the 84 hour start. It would be a favor to the ACP to
>distribute the riders more evenly between the start times. For
>prospective 84 hour starters, please note that the 5:00am Tues Aug 21
>start is for all terrains AND road bikes.
>5. Brevet certification numbers can be found by going to the RUSA
>website and doing a "Search for . . . Results" and entering your
>name. Please note that the certification numbers are only available
>at this time for the SIR 200km brevet. The 300km, 400km, and 600km
>brevet results have been submitted by SIR to RUSA, results from the
>300km and 400km have already been submitted by RUSA to the ACP and
>certificate numbers should be back from the ACP soon. There is no
>reason to print out and include a copy of your complete results for
>2007, so don't do it.
>6. Applicants should hold onto their applications at least until they
>have certificate numbers for the 300km and 400km brevets. There are
>instructions on the form on how to handle still pending 600km
>results. If your pending 600km is an SIR event, put "Seattle
>International Randonneurs / 947018" in the blank for "Organizing Club"
>7. Send a check with your application or pay by PayPal. Payments by
>PayPal go to pbp2007 at rusa.org.
>8. Bike Inspection and Rider Check-In. Pick a time for inspection.
>May SIR members will choose 10am for this process. This will
>facilitate a gathering after inspection for a club picture and then
>perhaps a lunch together.
>9. Note from a doctor. This does not need to be anything fancy. My
>physician wrote on his prescription pad "I have examined Mark Thomas
>and he is physically fit. I know of no medical reason that he should
>not participate in a long distance cycling event such as Paris-Brest-
>Paris." Don't send a printout of your last physical.
>10. The name on the medical insurance card should match the name on
>the entry form.
>11. Cut photos to match size on application. Write your name on the
>12. The mailing labels will be used by the ACP. Please type your
>label and put USA on your labels. These labels will be used to send
>your PBP instructions, frame number, and control card. Don't risk
>these items getting lost in the mail due to illegible writing on the
>13. Do not send your form by a method requiring a signature on
>delivery. This will only delay processing.
>14. Any questions not answered on the RUSA PBP FAQ site, in the
>application instructions, or here? Ask RUSA by e-mail at
>pbp2007 at rusa.org.
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