The International Super Randonneur Award ("ISR") was established in 1989 to encourage randonneurs to take part in Randonneurs Mondiaux events in different countries.

To become an ISR, you need to complete a Super Randonneur series (i.e. 200, 300, 400, and 600km) under the Randonneur Mondiaux code. Each ride must be in a different country. This can be done over any period of time.

There will also be special recognition for riders travelling to different continents to qualify, by additional designation:

  • No special designation recognises brevets ridden on one continent.
  • "2C" recognises brevets on two continents.
  • "3C" recognises brevets on three continents.
  • "4C" recognises brevets on four continents.

Elevated ISR awards are also be awarded:

  • No special designation implies 200, 300, 400 & 600 brevets. 
  • An "ISR 600" recognises the completion of four rides of at least 600km.
  • An "ISR 1000" recognises the completion of four rides of at least 1000km.
  • An "ISR 1200" recognises the completion of four rides of at least 1200km.

For example, a rider undertaking three 600km rides in Europe and one 1000km in North America is designated an ISR 600 (2C) - a 2 Continents ISR 600.

  1. The Application Form and Procedures are described and available here.
  2. A longer distance can substitute for a shorter distance.
  3. There is no time limit for the completion of the award.
  4. Riders make a backdated claim by completing the application form, filling in details of event, country, distance, date, and homologation number.
  5. Brevet results are then validated by the RM President or his assignee who will designate the rider an International Super Randonneur.
  6. The rider's name will be listed on the Honour Roll and will receive a completed brevet card and ISR patch in the mail.

A list of riders who have earned the ISR award can be viewed here.


12/2017 - Honor Roll added

9/2019 - New Constitution, Rules, and Executive Team

9/2019 - Challenge Lepertel information added

10/2019 - Calendar 2020 is published