Amsterdam, join us to unlock your city this Summer for Rapha Rides, a celebration of cycling around the world. Sign up for the rides and events that you’d like to attend on our schedule, and we’ll see you on the road.
Join Team Sky chef Henrik Orre reveals his cooking secrets. Having prepared victory meals for riders like Sir Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome, Henrik is the best man to offer insights into how to get race-ready in the kitchen.
Join To celebrate the beginning of Rapha Rides Amsterdam we join forces with the city's best beer brewery and put on fine food and good music. We'll chat about what makes Amsterdam so special and then, to round off the evening, we have a surprise.
Join Whether you’re new to group riding and want to learn the best practice, more experienced but could do with some fine-tuning of your skills, or a racer looking to become more competitive, join our workshops.
Join Women’s cycling is getting more popular, thanks to all Sheroes in the Benelux. Together with Pedala Magazine and Strongher we host a dinner party for all the women leading a women’s group in the Benelux. In recognition of all the great work you have put in. So if you are leading a women's community, don't wait and sign up.
Join Rides from all over Benelux will be heading towards Amsterdam to celebrate the final day of Rapha Rides with a closing party. The rides will start from cities near and far (Antwerpen, Eindhoven, Rotterdam, Utrecht, Haarlem, Arnhem and Alkmaar, and the list is growing). See below for more information.
Join During our Rapha Rides campaign we hope to end the most debated discussion in cycling once and for all: steel or carbon? Join in on the debate, and hear specialists talk about why 'Steel is real' versus the benefits of 'Plastic Fantastic'.
Join We cap off a long weekend of celebrating the beauty of riding bikes with a final BBQ Party. Guests can give a last hurrah to Rapha Rides Amsterdam, revelling in the glory of cycling and the weekend’s adventures.
Ruining a good ride by bringing your camping stuff seems to be all the rage these days. Bikepacker Bas Rotgans however is convinced that an adventure can even be had around the corner and in a single evening, just bring matches for a campfire and a hip flask of your favourite single malt. We ride to a campsite over mixed roads and return in the morning for coffees. All doable on a normal road bike. There will be a limited number of bikepacking kits who don’t have any equipment, additionally everyone with their own equipment is invited.