El domingo 26 de julio de 2015, únete a miles de mujeres de todo el mundo para recorrer 100 km en bicicleta. Participa en este evento global por tu cuenta o únete a una de las rutas organizadas. Esas rutas tendrán lugar en todas partes, y varias de ellas estarán organizadas por Rapha. Más de 8.000 mujeres participaron en este reto en 2014. ¡Este año queremos duplicar esa cifra!

Pledge to ride the Women’s 100 on July 26th


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“No es que lo haga cuando hace bueno en lugar de entrenar en el gimnasio o ir a clase de spinning. No es solo ejercicio. Practico el ciclismo porque me encanta. Me esfuerzo por mejorar, explorar y dar más de mí misma. No estoy sola en esto. Pedaleo con mujeres fuertes y hermosas que nunca dejan de sorprenderme y motivarme. Somos ciclistas y nos encanta lo que hacemos. ¿Qué importa que seamos mujeres? Cuando estoy sobre la bici, soy ciclista y no necesito un alias.” Abby Watson

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Las ciclistas que finalicen el reto Women’s 100 recibirán una insignia bordada para conmemorar ese logro.

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  1. Different, yet the same

    Texto: Matthew Beaudin | Fecha:

    For one, it was a graduation gift. A bright red Giant. After a cross-country move, Abby Watson’s bike was her way of getting from A to B. It was how she came to know the city of Portland, Oregon, and how she met friends. As these things go in cycling, Watson ended up racing. “I was aware that people were on nicer bikes than me. That people were wearing more expensive clothes than me… but I found everyone to be super friendly,” she says.

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  2. Joyful & Triumphant: Braver than the Elements

    Texto: Matthew Beaudin | Fotografía: Kevin Scott Batchelor | Fecha:

    “Under skies the color of steel wool, we pedaled into the first folds of the Appalachian mountains, which begin in northeast Alabama. The group was a mixture of new faces and familiar steady wheels, with women representing four states: Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, and Florida,” remembers Kim Cross, a Rapha ambassador in Alabama. “At some point we crossed over into Georgia. Horses raised their heads as we rolled by. There were dogs, and more dogs, as there are on country roads. Some of them chased us. Some cocked their heads. Along the ridgeline, we could spot both valleys and the miles unspooling behind us.”

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  3. Comfortably Numb – Lindsay Knight on winter riding

    Texto: Lindsay Knight | Fecha:

    ‘Winter riding’ can mean a great many things depending on your locale and your level of stubbornness. For those in pleasant, sunny environments, I’ve recently discovered that riders consider wind jackets to be cold weather apparel… and yes, I’m calling you out on that Ms. Kelton Wright. For those of us that live in far less welcoming climates, the months between November and March (and sometimes April…or even May) mean one of two things: a mind-numbing number of hours on a trainer, or a physically numbing number of hours on the road.

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