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  • Please join us for our Women’s 100 Social on Thursday, September 12th at 7:00pm at Rapha. Meet and mingle with fellow riders that make Women’s 100 so special. We’ll serve food and beverages for your enjoyment.
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  • "The Rapha Women’s 100 is a celebration of cycling community and collective spirit amongst riders globally. Since its inception in 2013, the Women’s 100 has inspired women across the world to come together and ride 100km on the same day. More than 8,000 women took part last year.

    This is a ""no drop"" ride, not a race, meaning no rider will be left behind. The average pace of this ride will be 13-15mph. The route will travel North on the West Side Bike Path and over the George Washington Bridge to the scenic River Road in Palisadles Interstate Park. From there, riders will continue North along the Hudson River through the town of Piermont, NY to Nyack, where we'll enjoy a mid-ride coffe break at the Runcible Spoon Cafe. The ride will return to Rapha New York via 9W and the West Side Bike Path.

    For your enjoyment and safety, road bikes, helmets, and foot retention are required. No TT bars allowed.

    GPX Link: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/28036842

    For questions, please email rccnyc@rapha.cc.

    Rapha New York -159 Prince St.
    Saturday, September 14th at 8:00am
    free
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  • "The Rapha Women’s 100 is a celebration of cycling community and collective spirit amongst riders globally. Since its inception in 2013, the Women’s 100 has inspired women across the world to come together and ride 100km on the same day. More than 8,000 women took part last year.

    This is a ""no drop"" ride, not a race, meaning no rider will be left behind. The average pace of this ride will be 16-18mph. The route will travel North on the West Side Bike Path and over the George Washington Bridge to the scenic River Road in Palisadles Interstate Park. From there, riders will continue North through the towns of Closter, Rockleigh and Sparkhill, before ascending Bradley/Tweed Climb in Blauvelt State Park. We'll enjoy a mid-ride coffe break at the Runcible Spoon Cafe. The ride will return to Rapha New York via 9W and the West Side Bike Path.

    For your enjoyment and safety, road bikes, helmets, and foot retention are required. No TT bars allowed.

    GPX Link: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/28036444

    For questions, please email rccnyc@rapha.cc.

    Rapha New York -159 Prince St.
    Saturday, September 14th at 8:00am
    free
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