UAF Audax brevets are group rides and are known in Europe as Euraudax, or in Australia as Brevet UAF (BUAF).  
The longest regularly held Euraudax brevet is the Paris-Brest-Paris Audax, run every five years by the UAF (Union des
Audax Français).

BUAF brevets are generally 100km, 200km, 300km, 400km, 600km and 1,000 km long and are tests of consistency and as well as
endurance. Brevets greater than 300km have longer scheduled stops at night.

The main aim of a BUAF brevet is to have an even-paced group ride, maintaining an average speed of 22.5 kph and adhering to
a published schedule.

Start together, ride together, finish together is the goal of a BUAF ride. Groups of riders follow nominated Peloton Leaders,
who maintain an appropriate pace to achieve the ride schedule and make all decisions regarding ride conduct and safety.
Night riding is  minimised, and riders should only cycle alone from causes beyond their control (mechanical or physical difficulty).


View the Brevet UAF Ride Rules

View the Brevet UAF Guidelines

UAF  French website

Watch the UAF PBP Video