Opening hours

Monday-Sunday 8AM-8PM

Club Rides

Riding is central to the Clubhouse experience. We have two rides to choose from on a weekly basis, leading from the Clubhouse in Soho.

If you would like to join any of our rides for the first time, then we recommend dropping by the Clubhouse or telephoning us to discuss further.

All rides require RSVP, helmets, foot retention and a road bike. All rides listed are weather permitting as we want to provide a safe and enjoyable riding experience. Cancellations may happen based on freezing temperatures, snow, sleet or rain and will be at the discretion of the ride leader. Please RSVP in order to get weather updates from our ride leaders. Cancellations may be made up to 1 hour before the ride. Thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation.

Wednesday Freelancer's RCC Open Ride

- Wednesdays at 9am

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For those in the know, the best time to cross the Hudson River is a weekday. Every Wednesday, we head over the George Washington Bridge for a quick 3 hour ride up River Road and back. This is a great way to grab a ride with fellow roadies away from the hectic weekend bike traffic. Whether you’re on vacation, visiting from another city, or just working a flexible schedule, this will be the ride to join.

Time: Meet at 9 AM for coffee, wheels at 9:30 AM from 159 Prince.

Distance: 40 miles with 2000 feet elevation gain.

Pace: Pace is recreational yet spirited at times. Our rides have a “no drop” policy and we allow several chances to regroup.

Route: River Road out and back.

Terrain: Please note that while our rides stick primarily to the road, it is not uncommon for them to feature an off-road section.

Requirements: For your enjoyment road bikes, helmets and foot retention are required. Please remember to bring flat changing tools and an extra tube. Riding snacks and water are also strongly suggested. TT bars are not allowed on any of our rides.

Sunday RCC Open Ride

- Sundays at 9am

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Whether you’re a seasoned racer or a brand new roadie, the Rapha New York Clubhouse open rides provide the perfect opportunity to meet new friends and training partners along the way.

Time: Meet for coffee at 9am, ride leaves at 9:30am from 159 Prince Street (at West Broadway)

Distance: Our Open Club Rides range anywhere from 40-60 miles on average with plenty of options to split off should your schedule need you back sooner.

Pace: Pace is recreational yet spirited at times. These are social rides with a “no drop” policy and will allow several chances to regroup

Route: Varies each week.

Terrain: Please note that while our rides stick primarily to the road, it is not uncommon for them to feature an off-road section.

Requirements: For your enjoyment road bikes, helmets and foot retention are required. Please remember to bring flat changing tools and an extra tube. Riding snacks and water are also strongly suggested. TT bars are not allowed on any of our rides.

Women's Club Ride

- Sundays

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Whether you’re a seasoned racer or a brand new roadie, the Rapha Clubhouse New York rides provide the perfect opportunity to reach your fitness goals and meet new friends and training partners along the way.

  • Time: Meet for coffee at 8am, ride leaves at 8:30am from 159 Prince Street (at West Broadway)
  • Distance: Our Club Rides range anywhere from 40-60 miles on average with plenty of options to split off should your schedule need you back sooner. Note the ride level and route when you RSVP.
  • Pace: Pace is recreational yet spirited at times. Our rides have a “no drop” policy and we allow several chances to regroup
  • Route: Varies each week.
  • Terrain: Please note that while our rides stick primarily to the road, it is not uncommon for them to feature an off-road section.
  • Requirements: For your enjoyment road bikes, helmets and foot retention are required. Please remember to bring flat changing tools and an extra tube. Riding snacks and water are also strongly suggested. TT bars are not allowed on any of our rides.
  • Note: We have Women's Clinics listed on our "Events" page. 

RCC Open Ride - Giro 100 Tribute

- Sunday, May 7th - 9AM

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Join us at Rapha New York at 9AM for a Giro d'Italia tribute ride to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Italy's greatest race. For the month of May, our Sunday open ride will use a 100K route as a tribute to the 100th running of the Giro d'Italia.

Pace will be 16-20 mph on the flats, with a distance of 66 miles and 3700 feet elevation. Rides are always no-drop and will stop to regroup as needed. Riders are expected to have some group riding experience with the ability to draft, stay together efficiently and be comfortable riding around 60 miles. All rides are no drop. Road bikes & helmets required.

CycloFemme Ride to Rockaway Beach

- May 14th 8AM

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Join Cyclofemme and Rapha for a ride on Sunday, May 14 as women around the world pedal their bikes to honor and celebrate Mother's Day. The ride will meet at Rapha New York on 159 Prince Street in Soho at 8AM. We will roll at a casual pace for approximately 30-40 miles. CycloFemme is a Global Celebration of women created to honor the past, celebrate the present, and to emporwer the future of women everywhere to be the backbone of possitive social change. This is a no-drop ride. Road bikes & helmets required. 

RCC Open Ride - Giro 100 Tribute

- Sunday, May 14th - 9AM

RSVP

Join us at Rapha New York at 9AM for a Giro d'Italia tribute ride to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Italy's greatest race. For the month of May, our Sunday open ride will use a 100K route as a tribute to the 100th running of the Giro d'Italia.

Pace will be 16-20 mph on the flats, with a distance of 66 miles and 3700 feet elevation. Rides are always no-drop and will stop to regroup as needed. Riders are expected to have some group riding experience with the ability to draft, stay together efficiently and be comfortable riding around 60 miles. All rides are no drop. Road bikes & helmets required.

RCC Open Ride - Giro 100 Tribute

- Sunday, May 21st - 9AM

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Join us at Rapha New York at 9AM for a Giro d'Italia tribute ride to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Italy's greatest race. For the month of May, our Sunday open ride will use a 100K route as a tribute to the 100th running of the Giro d'Italia.

Pace will be 16-20 mph on the flats, with a distance of 66 miles and 3700 feet elevation. Rides are always no-drop and will stop to regroup as needed. Riders are expected to have some group riding experience with the ability to draft, stay together efficiently and be comfortable riding around 60 miles. All rides are no drop. Road bikes & helmets required.

GFNY Group Rides

- May 17-22, 2017

Let Rapha show you around our great city, with rides just about every day leading up to The Gran Fondo New York. Each ride is catered towards preparing you for the big day, with rides to survey some of the bigger climbs in the area, as well as openers and recovery rides. See all the programming that we have available below. 

GFNY - River Road Recon Ride

- Wednesday, May 17, Meet 9:00AM, depart 9:30AM

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A classic New York training ride, you’ll be amazed at the scenic and quiet beauty just across the bridge from bustling New York City. This ride includes the infamous Alpine Climb, which if you are riding GFNY is the first major climb on the course. Out and back River Road route to the top of Alpine climb and return. 41 miles, 2200 feet elevation. View the route.

GFNY - Bear Mountain Recon Ride

- Thursday, May 18, Meet 8:00AM, Depart 8:30AM

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Preview the queen climb, Bear Mountain. We will guide you towards the biggest climb known to the New York region, then on to Peekskill for a beer and a train transfer to the city. 66 miles, 4600 feet elevation. View the route.

GFNY - River Road Recon Ride

- Friday, May 19, Meet 8:00AM, Depart 8:30AM

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Once more, we’ll preview this classic New York training ride and Alpine Climb. Out and back River Road route to the top of Alpine climb and return. 41 miles, 2200 feet elevation. View the route.

GFNY - 9W Openers to State Line

- Saturday, May 20, Meet 8:00AM, Depart 8:30AM

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A short flat/rolling ride to open the legs for Sunday. This ride will intentionally be slow so you can “save your legs for the race”. Once we hit 9W we will open it up for a few small efforts to keep the legs warm, then return back at a recovery pace. 45 miles, 1400 feet elevation. View the route.

GFNY - West Side Greenway recovery spin

- Monday, May 22, Meet at 10:00AM, Depart at 10:30AM

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A flat, slow, recovery ride with a lunch stop along the way to spin out the legs after a big day on Sunday. Extra bonus is a little sightseeing, like the Statue of Liberty, World Trade Center and more. 25 miles, 400 feet elevation. View the route.

Women's 100 Training Clinics

With Coach Tara Parsons - May 23, June 20, July 18

Essential to every level of cyclist, group riding skills are something a fresh beginner or a seasoned pro can always benefit from.

If you don’t have previous group riding experience and are planning on joining Women’s 100, please plan on taking one or more of these clinics in addition to a few of our “Social” level Sunday rides.

Coach Tara Parsons will be leading these evening clinics in Central Park. Meet at Rapha New York at 6pm or at Tavern on the Green in the park at 66th St and West Drive at 7pm. 

Women's 100 Training Clinics - Bike Handling

- Tuesday May 23, meet at Rapha New York at 6pm or in Central Park at 7pm

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Handle your bike like a pro and corner with ease. Learn how to recover from bumps and wheel touches. Develop the basics that you will need for group riding.

Women's 100 Training Clinics - Climbing and Descending Skills

- Tuesday June 20, meet at Rapha New York at 6pm or in Central Park at 7pm

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Be more confident on the hills; this clinic will work on technique and form for both climbing and descending.

Women's 100 Training Clinics - Paceline skills

- Tuesday July 18, meet at Rapha New York at 6pm or in Central Park at 7pm

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Efficient riding in a paceline can make the difference between an enjoyable and swift ride or a challenging and frustrating one. Learn how to conserve your energy while riding in a group through pacelining.

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