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  • Wake up right with a classic New York ride out to River Road.
    Friday, June 23, 6:30am

    The kick off for Rapha Rides New York heads out to River Road, just across the George Washington Bridge, to the infamous Alpine Climb. The ride meets at Rapha New York for coffee and pastries, provided by Rapha, at 6.30am, with the ride leaving at 7am for a 41 mile ride.

    Road bikes, helmets and foot retention are required.

    Upon signing up to this event, your email address will be added to the Rapha mailing list.
  • Join us for a 'freelancers' favorite', a midday ride along the Hudson
    June 23, 3pm

    Skip out of work early for a summertime Friday special. We're meeting for a 41-mile ride from Rapha New York at 3pm, heading over the GW Bridge to River Road. Pre-ride coffee and pastries will be provided by Rapha.

    Road bikes, helmets and foot retention are required.

    Upon signing up to this event, your email address will be added to the Rapha mailing list.
  • Learn how to ride with other people
    Saturday, June 24, 10am

    New to group riding? This clinic, led by professional cycling coach Tara Parsons, offers tips for safe group riding, allowing you to ride with confidence, to conserve energy, and to recover from small bumps or touches of wheels. Then, with your new-found knowledge, join us on Sunday for our No Drop Ride. The Clinic meets at Rapha New York at 10am. Riders must bring a helmet and road bike. Beginners welcome.

    Upon signing up to this event, your email address will be added to the Rapha mailing list.
  • Guided by Herman Miller
    Saturday, June 24, 2pm

    For New York’s Herman Miller Design Ride, leaders Michael Sainato, VP of Creative at Design Within Reach, and Andrew McGee, an architect at Knoll International, take us to some of Manhattan’s overlooked gems and public spaces. Explore artist Brian Tolle’s Irish Hunger Memorial, a slice of the rural Irish landscape situated in the heart of Battery Park City; then, we’ll head east into the bustling Financial District for a tranquil oasis—modern master Isamu Noguchi’s subterranean Sunken Garden at Chase Manhattan Bank Plaza. Cap off the ride with river views from Elevated Acre, a lush rooftop garden that’s at once an escape and a destination. The ride should last around two hours. Come prepared with a puncture repair kit, a snack, and helmet. Pedals with foot retention are not required.

    Upon signing up to this event, your email address will be added to the Rapha mailing list.
  • Ride to picturesque locations with a local photographer
    Saturday, June 24th – 530pm

    Ride to New York's picturesque locations and lookout points with a local photographer, and gain some tips on how to improve your photography. This evening ride heads along the Hudson, stopping for views of the GW Bridge and New York skyline. Expect about an hour of riding on rolling terrain, totaling no more than 25 miles.

    Please bring front and rear bike lights. Road bikes, helmets and foot retention are required.

    Upon signing up to this event, your email address will be added to the Rapha mailing list.
  • A slower group, beginners welcome
    Sunday, June 25, 10am

    Rapha New York invites you to attend a No Drop Ride on Sunday. This ride is perfect for the newer 'roadie', following a safe route on bike lanes and roads with wide shoulders. Also check out our Clinic on Saturday morning that can help to refine your group riding skills. The No Drop Ride will meet at Rapha New York at 10am for complimentary coffee and pastries, and a pre-ride briefing from your ride leaders. The ride will then depart at 10:30am.

    Road bikes, helmets and foot retention are required.

    Upon signing up to this event, your email address will be added to the Rapha mailing list.
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