The Cycle Club will screen all major road racing throughout the pro tour calendar. In addition to live race screenings we host a variety of other events. Follow us at @raphacycleclub on Twitter and Instagram to stay updated.
Women’s 100 Party
Wednesday 15th July, 7 – 8.30pm.
Rub shoulders with fellow Women’s 100 riders and ride leaders. Learn about the route and how to best prepare from our women’s ambassadors and enjoy some cocktails.
Tour de France Viewing Party
Join the Rapha Cycle Club to watch these not to miss stages, and enjoy a few special offers while you’re here.
July 7 – Seraing/Cambrai (Stage 4)
Cobbled Stage – It’ll be interesting to see how the classics group handles this stage while most of the GC men survive it. The peloton will be weary of the man with the 1s on his back here, as Vincenzo Nibali has proven himself in the north before.
Offer: Belgian beers
July 16 – Lannemezan / Plateau de Beille (Stage 12)
Only the purest climbers will survive this third day in the Pyrenees, finishing at the peak of Plateau De Beille — The first climb, the Col d’Aspet, is much more difficult than its Cat-2 rating indicates: it averages 10 percent. A stage that ends at Plateau De Beille is never easy, since the tour always sends them over myriad climbs before hitting the bottom of the final ascent.
Offer: Meat and Cheese platter
July 25 – Modane Valfrejus/Alpe d’Huez (Stage 20)
Sure to upset the GC as the second-to-last stage, Alpe d’Huez will be full of drama and suspense. For some context, the last time this stage occurred, Andy Schleck was a contender for the yellow jersey. He ended up going too deep up the Alpe and lost to Cadel Evans the next day in the time trial. Similar fireworks could happen. The Telegraphe and Galibier are gorgeous, monstrous climbs.
Offer: Party in the evening
July 26 – Champs Élysées – (Stage 21)
A stage of celebration and one for the sprinters.
Offer: Mimosas and Croissants
Women’s Coached Rides with Tara Parsons
Elevate your riding and hone your skills with one of our coached rides. Rides are generally 50-60 miles and intended for the rider who already is familiar with such distance and is looking to gain instruction and feedback.
August 30 – Road Riding on Mixed Terrain – Expand your riding options by exploring the road less traveled. This clinic will teach you how to best handle your bike when hitting dirt and gravel roads.
Space is limited.