January 17, 2015 - PBP introduction
The PBP introduction is held at 04:00 pm at the Espace Charenton in Paris.
November 15, 2014 - Organization of controls
First coordination meeting with the PBP 2015 checkpoints. All teams are motivated!
06-10 October 2014 - Recognition of course
The 2015 course is analyzed with a first visit to checkpoints.
October 2014 - PBP 2015 starting point
The National Velodrome Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines is officially the new site of departure and arrival of the PBP 2015
July 2014 - Organization start-finish
First meeting with the agglomeration community of Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
April 2014 - Organizing Committee
Constitution of the organizing committee of the PBP 2015 including Paul Arsac (project manager), Thierry Rivet (ACP President) and Jean-Gualbert Faburel (ACP Vice President in charge of organizations)
January 2014 - The PBP2015 brochure is available
During the 2013 Awards ceremony of the Audax Club Parisien, the first PBP2015 brochures
were distributed to attendees. It will be broadcast worldwide over the next weeks.
December 2013 - Partnership with the FFCT
A convention for PBP 2015 is signed between the ACP and the FFCT during the FFCT's General Assembly in Biarritz.
July 2013 - Partnership ACP/SQY
A framework agreement between the ACP and the Urban Community of Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines is signed.
May 2013 - Robert Lepertel, Architect of the Modern PBP, dies at 88
Bob worked tirelessly to spread the randonneuring ethos, at first in France, then around the globe. Along with his ACP clubmates,
during the early 1970s he transformed the Paris-Brest-Paris Randonneurs from a lengthy club run with less than 180 participants into the
international festival of free-pace randonneuring that it has become.
February 2013 - First contacts
All the chekpoints of the Paris-Brest-Paris Randonneur are OK for the next edition in 2015.