Ride Together


Join thousands of women around the world in riding 100km on Sunday 17th July. Whether you choose to join an organised ride, create one of your own, or simply get out and ride on the day, you’ll be in great company. Over 8,000 women took part last year – we’d love even more of you to join us this year. Pledge below to show that you’ll be riding on the 17th july, wherever you are.

Once you’ve pledged, why not find a ride to join, or register and lead your own. For those of you riding your first 100km, we have put together a guide to help you prepare for July.

Ride in comfort and style with Rapha

Women's 100 Jersey

Designed and constructed with simple quality for every road rider, in an attractive design celebrating the Rapha Women’s 100.

Women's 100 Cap

A lightweight, cotton cap to complete the 2016 Women’s 100 collection.

Women's 100 Socks

Featuring an open-mesh construction to keep feet cool, and a soft, high-wicking yarn for maximum comfort.

Classic Bib Shorts

Lightweight bib shorts designed for everyday riding, with a female-specific chamois pad and flatlock stitching to prevent chafing.

From the Rapha Women’s blog

What keeps you riding: Women’s 100

Everyone has to push through the pain – when I sit on the start line of a race and all I can see are faster, younger, more talented riders it’s tough, and that’s when the doubt sets in. But when you realise that everyone is hurting it suddenly gets a bit easier.

Doing things differently – CANYON//SRAM

#Takethelead, CANYON//SRAM’s oft-used hashtag, can mean so many things. It’s easy to imagine it as a race strategy, even a mantra during an extreme effort. But it’s not just about winning, as Tiffany Cromwell explained in the post-race panel at the Rapha Cycle Club New York, it’s about growing women’s cycling by doing things in a fundamentally different way.

‘I had to learn how to ride a bike again’

The CANYON//SRAM rider talks about recovering from last year’s season-ending crash, returning home to race in the Aviva Women’s Tour (15 – 19 June) and why her younger sister Alice has got her looking over her shoulder.

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