Contact Details

Address 85 Brewer Street, London W1F 9ZN


Phone 020 7494 9831

Opening hours

Mon to Fri – 8am to 8pm
Sat – 8.30am to 7.30pm
Sunday & Public Holidays – 11am to 6pm

Rapha London Events

All major road racing is screened within the Clubhouse throughout the racing calendar. Most races are screened live with an immediate replay to follow when possible. We aim to screen further replays throughout the day, so please check in with our staff if you missed the live coverage.

RCC members enjoy early access to Clubhouse events and members only events. You can join the RCC here.

Live Race Screenings

Watch the racing with us

19th April – La Flèche Wallonne/La Flèche Wallonne Féminine
23rd April – Liège-Bastogne-Liège/Women's Liège-Bastogne-Liège
28-30th April – Tour de Yorkshire
5-28th May – Giro d'Italia
14-20th May – Amgen Tour of California

Paul Voss Q&A with The Cycling Podcast

Talk - 20th April, 6.30pm

At this special event for RCC and Friends of the Podcast, Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie will be joined by recently retired pro and soon-to-be DS Paul Voss. As a breakaway specialist who wore the Polka Dot jersey at last year's Tour de France, Paul will be interrogated on his approach to race tactics and strategy. If you're an aspiring racer looking to improve your own race craft or you simply want an insight into the heart of the sport, this discussion is not to be missed.

RSVP will be open to RCC members and Friends of the Podcast only.

Wheelbuilding Masterclass

Demo workshop - 27th April, 6.30pm

Martin Müller has been building wheels for years and is widely recognised as one of the best in London. At this workshop he will demystify the secrets of this arcane craft with a talk through the basics of wheelbuilding and a demonstration of building a wheel from scratch.


Q&A - May 5th, 6.30pm

Join us for an evening with Sacha White, founder of Vanilla Bicycles and Speedvagen to learn more about the bikes and the company behind them.

Sacha started making frames in 1999 under the Vanilla name. By 2003, the bikes had gained a sort of cult following and White came up against two problems: the waitlist for a Vanilla had grown to 5 years, and because of the long wait, many owners weren’t riding their bikes the way they were meant to be ridden. Speedvagen was created as an answer to the stigma of long waitlist and perceived preciousness of Vanilla. Speedvagen is a minimalist, modern race machine, built for each individual owner with a turn around time of 2 weeks to 2 months, with all design, fabrication, paint and buildout done in-house in the Portland, Oregon workshop. The Speedvagen now commands an enviable cult status of its own, and will be on display in the Clubhouse on the night.

Manchester to London Evening

Talks - 25th May, 6.30pm

The M2L evenings offer a chance to learn about the ride first hand from the event organisers, become more informed about the charity Ambitious about Autism and what they do, and gain insight from riders who have completed the challenge in previous years.

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