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  • Guided by Herman Miller
    Saturday, June 10th – 2pm

    Rob Forbes, founder of both PUBLIC Bikes and Design Within Reach, leads the Herman Miller Design Ride through the city Alfred Hitchcock called “the Paris of America.” We start at the Rapha Clubhouse and head out to the Golden Gate Bridge, Crissy Field, and historic Fort Point. Then, with the Pacific on our right, it’s down the Great Highway and through Golden Gate Park to the De Young Museum—a copper-clad icon designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architects Herzog and de Meuron. Next up is Hayes Valley for tacos, mescal, and Smitten ice cream before we zip down Market Street to the Bay for a stop at the Ferry Plaza and a liberating view of Alcatraz. 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.
  • Members-only sneak peak into the Rapha Rides weekend
    Thursday, June 8th – 630pm

    On Thursday we host a very special RCC social, and a great opportunity for members to get together and discuss the upcoming weekend. We'll hear from San Francisco RCC Coordinator, Ryan Rinn, about what it means to be an RCC member in the Bay Area, and what we can do as ambassadors of the sport. We'll also see the Rapha Rides San Francisco film, and meet the Rapha North America team. Small bites and drinks will be provided on behalf of Chris Cosentino of Cockscomb and Aaron Hulme of Biergarten.

    Upon signing up to this event, your email address will be added to the Rapha mailing list.
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  • The kickoff ride for Rapha Rides San Francisco, heading over the bridge to Hawk Hill
    Friday, June 9th – 7am

    Join us for a quick loop of San Francisco's classic route, over the Bridge to Hawk Hill. It'll be a short ride, packed with climbing, great views, and a trip across the Golden Gate Bridge. Expect 1.5-2 hours of riding, with around 2,500ft of climbing. The ride meets at Rapha San Francisco for coffee and pastries, provided by Rapha, at 6.30am, with the ride leaving at 7am.

    Upon signing up to this event, your email address will be added to the Rapha mailing list.
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  • Join us for a wind-down ride to end the week
    Friday, June 9th – 3pm

    We're finishing the working week with a ride over the Bridge, through Sausalito, and along the Mill Valley bike path towards the hotly contested climb up to 4 Corners. The route then heads up to fern-covered Marion, and descends to Tam Junction. Expect two hours of riding, a sustained climb of 15-20 minutes, and roughly 2,300ft of elevation. Pre-ride coffee and pastries will be provided by Rapha.

    Upon signing up to this event, your email address will be added to the Rapha mailing list.
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  • Celebrate the arrival of Rapha Rides San Francisco
    Friday, June 9th – 6-9pm

    We're throwing a party for the start of Rapha Rides San Francisco with an evening of food and drink prepared by Cockscomb's Chris Cosentino and Biergarten's Aaron Hulme, local art and music. Plus local photographer Jake Stangel will share with us what he loves most about cycling in San Francisco.

    To commemorate this special occasion, we’ll also be making a donation to Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy whose mission is to support SF’s national parks.

    Space is limited, please RSVP to ensure a spot.

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  • The main event of Rapha Rides San Francisco is the Transfer Ride, a two-day outing that will showcase the Bay Area's best riding. We'll be traversing wine country, and taking a ferry back to the city at the end of the second day. Rapha is providing the weekend's culinary fare, including dinner on Saturday evening. All food will be prepared by Chef Chris Cosentino of Cockscomb.

    The cost of the Transfer Ride is $150, which covers:
    - Two days of riding - be prepared to ride 120 miles over two days, and 5000 ft - 7,000ft of climbing -Breakfast on both mornings, gourmet ride food, Saturday night dinner, and a recovery meal on Sunday evening -A Special Edition Gift
    - Breakfast on both mornings, gourmet ride food, Saturday night dinner, and a recovery meal on Sunday evening all prepared by Cockscomb's Chris Cosentino.
    - A special edition gift.

    The first day covers 60+ miles and climbs into wine country. Day two will offer a direct, shorter route back to the Vallejo ferry, or a meandering route through wine country, catching the ferry back to San Francisco. Both routes conclude with a post-ride meal at Rapha San Francisco. All riders will carry their essentials for the weekend - we recommend a full kit suitable for changeable weather, and aprés-ride clothing. Front and rear bike lights are also required.

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

    * Should the trip be cancelled for any reason, you will be refunded the $150. However, we will not be liable for any flight, hotel or insurance costs you have incurred.
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  • Learn how to ride with other people
    Saturday, June 10th – 10am

    New to group riding? This clinic, led professional cycling coach Dana Williams, 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 San Francisco 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.
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  • Ride to picturesque locations with a local photographer
    Saturday, June 10th – 530pm

    Ride to San Francisco's picturesque locations and lookout points with a local photographer, and gain some tips on how to improve your photography. The route travels through the Presidio, hugging the water's edge to Land's End, then takes the short climb up to the Legion of Honor Museum. This ride offers great views of the bridge and the Headlands and, if timed right, a great sunset. Expect about an hour of riding on rolling terrain, totalling no more than 15 miles.

    Please bring both front and rear bike lights.
    Upon signing up to this event, your email address will be added to the Rapha mailing list.
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  • A slower group, beginners welcome
    Sunday, June 11th – 10am

    Rapha San Francisco 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 San Francisco at 9:30am for complimentary coffee and pastries, and a pre-ride briefing from your ride leaders. The ride will then depart at 10am.

    Upon signing up to this event, your email address will be added to the Rapha mailing list.
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  • The last hurrah of Rapha Rides San Francisco
    Sunday, June 11th – 5-8pm

    We're seeing out the weekend with a final party at Rapha San Francisco. Guests can give a last hurrah to Rapha Rides San Francisco, revelling in the glory of riding bikes and the weekend with local food and drink prepared by Lentine Alexis and Aaron Hulme of Biergarten.

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