About Randonneuring.org

Randonneuring.org supports a suite of free IT tools that make randonneuring events more enjoyable. More fun for participants. Easier on volunteer organizers and RBAs.

Manage Events in your Region

The tools at randonneuring.org support the eBrevet cell phone application, but none of these tools are required in order to use eBrevet. You can manage events with your own system and directly use eBrevet by configuring your website to publish event and route information as required by eBrevet. On the other hand, if you don't want to bother with the web development required to directly support eBrevet, you may find the tools here at randonneuring.org useful.

Randonneuring.org provides several randonneuring event management tools. These are intended to be used by the RBA or Event Organizer of a region. Once you sign up for an account and log in, you will be able to access menu items on the top toolbar that will take you to these management tools. They include the following:

Get up to speed quickly with these tools. Read the RBA/Organizer Quick Start Guide.

Want to know what to tell riders about eBrevet? Send them to the eBrevet FAQ

Visit the randowizard discussion community to hear the latests news about these tools and participate in discussions.

Find a bug or want to suggest an improvement? You can open an issue or suggestion on github

Use the eBrevet Electronic Brevet Card

The eBrevet Android/iOS app serves as an automated brevet card that can provide control check-in verification on a randonneuring brevet or permanent, while maintaining some of the "feel" of the traditional paper brevet card process. The app only needs to be activated at controls and does not require Internet data service at controls. If network access is available, the app will report control check in times for the rider to a central server. When the event is completed successfully, the app generates a unique Finish Certificate that is sharable on social media.

You can find the app on both the Apple Store and the Google Play Store. Search for "eBrevet" by "CTNadovich". For more information read the eBrevet documentation.

Cue Wizard Route Processor

In order to use your randonneuring route with the event manager and eBrevet app here at randonneuring.org, you need to make your route compatible with our Route Processor called CueWizard.

Cue Wizard supports route data entry into the eBrevet app and the production of route paperwork (brevet cards and cue sheets). Currently only the mapping tool Ride With GPS route data format is supported. Other mapping tool interfaces are planned.

Making your route compatible with CueWizard is easy. Minimally, this requires having a custom cue entry for each Control checkpoint, and marking that custom cue as "Control" type. This is similar to what RUSA requires for their route library. Beyond marking controls in this way, CueWizard supports additional markup #tag=value settings that can be placed in the cue Description field. Markup tags include support for control questions, address/phone of the control contact, and other options.

For more information, read the documentation of CueWizard.


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