Mon-Fri: 10.00AM – 7.00PM
Sat: 8.00AM – 7.00PM
Sun: 9.00AM – 5.00PM
We will be hosting regular Rapha Cycling Club (RCC) Rides for members as well as RCC Open Rides for non-members, all meeting at the Clubhouse for a pre-ride coffee and snack. Rides are free but please RSVP to reserve your spot.
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.
- Foot retention
- Road bike
- No TT or aero bars allowed
- Mandatory signed wavier
Join Olympic Silver medalist Dede Barry for a morning lakefront ride along Lake Michigan. This will be a leisurely ride at a conversational pace, headed south bound. The intention of this ride is to spin out the legs before the weekend and meet new friends. Route is about 20 miles.
This ride marks the beginning Women's Weekly Friday Ride after a brief haitus during the winter months.
Be sure to catch Dede Barry the evening before for a talk on Goal Setting as we get ready for our summer milestone Women's 100.
Join us as we head to the northern suburbs of Chicago for a 42 mile ride. We will head north to the Skokie Lagoons and then down Green Bay Road for a mid-ride snack stop in Glencoe. The the ride takes us south following Green Bay Road before cutting over to Sheridan Road past the beautiful Bahai Temple, through the city of Evanston, and back into downtown. This is a great way to meet new fellow road riders and get in a few miles.
Time: Meet at 9am, Ride at 9:30am
Distance: 42 miles with a mid ride stop for coffee
Pace: Pace is recreational yet spirited at times. Our rides have a “no drop” policy and we allow several chances to regroup.
Route: See GPS here. From the Clubhouse on Milwaukee Ave, up Damen, to the Skokie Lagoons, then down Green Bay Road for a coffee stop at Glencoe Roast Coffee, and back down to the Clubhouse in the city.
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 and RSVP is required.