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  • Please join us at Rapha New York on Saturday, March 9th at 8:00 am for a live race viewing of Strade Bianche, we’ll provide complimentary pastries and drip coffee. Despite only being conceived in 2007, Strade Bianche has become one of the most prestigious and popular races on the UCI World Tour. The 176 km parcours travels over hilly terrain throughout the Tuscan countryside and features over 50 km of white gravel roads synonymous of the Italian region surrounding Siena.

    Saturday, March 9th at 8:00 am
    Rapha New York - 159 Prince St.
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  • Please join us at Rapha New York on Saturday, March 23rd at 8:00 am for a live race viewing of Milan-San Remo, we’ll serve complimentary pastries and drip coffee during the race. The first Monument of the season, Milano San Remo is the longest race on the UCI World Tour. The nearly 300 km race travels South along the Ligurian Coast in Northwestern Italy, and fans can expect a showdown on the final climb of the race, the Poggio, which typically leads to a descent and fast sprint finish in San Remo.

    Saturday, March 23rd at 8:00 am
    Rapha New York - 159 Prince St.
    free
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  • Please join us Sunday, April 14th at Rapha New York for a live race viewing of the 117th edition of Paris-Roubaix. Also known as the Hell of the North, it is perhaps the most challenging and prestigious one day race in all of cycling. This nearly 260 km race travels on mostly flat terrain through Northern France to the Belgian border where it finishes on the fabled Roubaix Velodrome. Racers will travel over brutal cobblestones, or pavé, which covers nearly 60 km of the course. We’ll serve complimentary drip coffee and pastries during the race and will host a Paris-Roubaix-inspired tribute ride following the race.

    Sunday, April 14th at 8:00 am
    Rapha New York - 159 Prince St.
    free
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  • Please join us Sunday, April 7th at Rapha New York for a live race viewing of Tour of Flanders. The second Monument of the season, and the first of the two major cobbled classics, Ronde van Vlaanderen covers over 250 km of hilly, cobbled terrain in Northern Belgium. Some of cycling’s most memorable moments have occured during this race on the cobbled climbs of Oude Kwaremont and Koppenberg. We’ll serve complimentary drip coffee and pastries during the race.

    Sunday, April 7th at 8:00 am
    Rapha New York - 159 Prince St.
    free
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