Hall of Fame

The Hall of Fame holds the names of Audax members who have reached exceptional distances or who have made an extraordinary contribution to Audax UK.

Audax UK Founders and Patrons

Founders

Bill Airey, Chris Davies, Norman Maggs, Barry Parslow

Harry Aspden, George Davis, Brian Morrison, Ken Price

Jack Calvert, Alex Duncan, John Nicholas, Peter Stubbs

Ray Craig, Les Lowe, Steve Nicholas, Alan Sturk

Patrons

Sir Hubert Opperman OBE GCSJ, Ron Kitching, David Duffield

Presidents d'Honneur

John Nicholas, Bry Ferguson, Bernard Mawson, Sheila Simpson

Vice Presidents

Peter Coulson, Peter Hansen, Mick Latimer, Rocco Richardson, Pam Pilbeam


Multiple finishers of the Classic Rides

Paris Brest Paris

  • x9 Richard Leon
  • x8 Jim Hopper
  • x7 Mark Brooking, Jason Clark, Tom Jackson, Stephen Ralphs, Sheila Simpson
  • x6 Steve Abraham, Drew Buck, Rod Dalitz, Mike Ellison, Patrick Field, George Hanna, Karl Hrouda, Raymond Kelly, Mel Kirkland, Dave Lewis
  • x5 John Barkman, Keith Benton, Michael Bridgeland, Rob Bullyment, Andy Clarkson, Jon Croome, Chris Crossland, Richard Evans, Robert Gray, Donald Grindley, Hugh Harrison, Ian Hennessey, Bob Johnson, Murdo Macleod, Dave Minter, Phil Nelson, Barry Parslow, Stephen Poulton, James Roberson, Barry Sercombe, John Spooner, Brian Taylor, Bruce Taylor, Peter Turnbull, Paul Whitehead
;

London Edinburgh London

  • x7 John Spooner
  • x6 George Hanna, Mel Kirkland
  • x5 John Barkman, Andy Clarkson, David Harris, Bob Johnson, Steve Ralphs, Paul Whitehead
;

Other achievements

Jack Eason was declared Randonneur of the Millennium by the RM President for completing The Rocky Mountain, Boston-Montreal-Boston, Perth-Albany-Perth 1200km events in 2000

Steve Abraham was voted Hors Catégorie by the AUK AGM in 2008


Awards History