Tickets

  • Mondays, 6 p.m.

    Let's boogie! Join Rapha Austin for 15 miles of mixed trails exploring Austin's best parks. The group will depart the Rapha Austin Clubhouse at 6 p.m. and make their way through local parks like Pease, Hemphill, Eastwoods and more, exploring the trails just beyond the city limits.

    Riders should have larger than 32mm tires to enjoy the ride. The group will finish at the Meteor Cafe for happy hour.

    As a reminder, by attending this ride you are agreeing to follow the rules of the road.

    1. Be kind to other riders, pedestrians & vehicles on the road.
    2. Follow traffic laws
    3. Ride two abreast
    4. Communicate hazards (via hand signals or verbal warnings)
    5. Pass folks on the left during spicy sections
    6. Hold your line and don't cross the yellow line
    7. Must have your own flat kit
    8. Aero bars are not permitted

    This is not a race. There are regroup spots after sections where we intentionally light it up. Please be prepared to fix your own flats and mechanicals. Be a positive representative of cyclists in the community. Look out for one another's safety, and communicate to a ride leader if you have any issues or plan to depart the ride. Bottom line is to have fun, and stay safe!
    free
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  • Every Wednesday, March 16 - August 3, 6:30p.m. Roll Out

    We'll depart the Clubhouse at 6:30p.m. for a 19 mile loop. Route takes you to the top of Mount Bonnell, Mount Barker, Mount Lucas, and to the top of Mesa with climbs throughout. Regroup points will be at top of Mount Bonnell, Ridge Oak Triangle (one of the best views of Bright Leaf Natural Area) will be another quick regroup if needed.

    As a reminder, by attending this ride you are agreeing to follow the rules of the road.

    1. Be kind to other riders, pedestrians & vehicles on the road.
    2. Follow traffic laws
    3. Ride two abreast
    4. Communicate hazards (via hand signals or verbal warnings)
    5. Pass folks on the left during spicy sections
    6. Hold your line and don't cross the yellow line
    7. Must have your own flat kit
    8. Aero bars are not permitted

    This is a drop ride, but it is not a race. There are regroup spots after sections where we intentionally light it up. Please be prepared to fix your own flats and mechanicals. Be a positive representative of cyclists in the community. Look out for one another's safety, and communicate to a ride leader if you have any issues or plan to depart the ride. Bottom line is to have fun, and stay safe!

    The route can be downloaded here.
    free
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  • Thursdays, 6 p.m.

    The Rapha Level-Up Women's Ride is ~20 mile intermediate ride rolling out of the Rapha clubhouse at 6pm. This is an ideal ride for folks who feel very confident on beginner rides and are looking for a welcoming environment to learn group ride skills.

    We aim to keep a 16 mph pace and will have a few regroup spots on route (at the top of the big'ol hill and after the Great Northern sprint).

    The ride is open to all women and non-binary riders.

    As a reminder, by attending this ride you are agreeing to follow the rules of the road.

    1. Be kind to other riders, pedestrians & vehicles on the road.
    2. Follow traffic laws
    3. Ride two abreast
    4. Communicate hazards (via hand signals or verbal warnings)
    5. Pass folks on the left during spicy sections
    6. Hold your line and don't cross the yellow line
    7. Must have your own flat kit
    8. Aero bars are not permitted

    Come prepared with snacks, water, a flat kit, clip-in pedals/shoes and a helmet. This is a drop ride, but it is not a race. There are regroup spots after sections where we intentionally light it up. Please be prepared to fix your own flats and mechanicals.

    Be a positive representative of cyclists in the community. Look out for one another's safety, and communicate to a ride leader if you have any issues or plan to depart the ride.

    After the ride, we'll grab dinner and/or a drink near the clubhouse.
    free
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  • Every Friday, February 11- August 5, 7:30 a.m.

    Join Rapha Austin on Friday mornings for an urban spin through the city. Meeting at 7:00 a.m. for a 7:30 a.m. departure, this loop features a little bit of everything and concludes at the Rapha Austin Clubhouse around 10 a.m.

    As a reminder, by attending this ride you are agreeing to follow the rules of the road.

    1. Be kind to other riders, pedestrians & vehicles on the road.
    2. Follow traffic laws
    3. Ride two abreast
    4. Communicate hazards (via hand signals or verbal warnings)
    5. Pass folks on the left during spicy sections
    6. Hold your line and don't cross the yellow line
    7. Must have your own flat kit
    8. Aero bars are not permitted

    This is a drop ride, but it is not a race. There are regroup spots after sections where we intentionally light it up. Please be prepared to fix your own flats and mechanicals. Be a positive representative of cyclists in the community. Look out for one another's safety, and communicate to a ride leader if you have any issues or plan to depart the ride. Bottom line is to have fun, and stay safe!

    The route can be downloaded here.
    free
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  • Sundays, February 13- August 7, 7a.m.

    Sunday's are meant for long steady rides, and Rapha Austin is keen to share that with you. Departing the Rapha Austin Clubhouse at 7:30 a.m. every Sunday, join us for a 50 mile loop at a steady pace. The courses will rotate slightly, with a focus on the Creedmoor rolling hills, east loop to Manor, and a west loop to explore Hill-country.

    As a reminder, by attending this ride you are agreeing to follow the rules of the road.

    1. Be kind to other riders, pedestrians & vehicles on the road.
    2. Follow traffic laws
    3. Ride two abreast
    4. Communicate hazards (via hand signals or verbal warnings)
    5. Pass folks on the left during spicy sections
    6. Hold your line and don't cross the yellow line
    7. Must have your own flat kit
    8. Aero bars are not permitted

    This is a drop ride, but it is not a race. There are regroup spots after sections where we intentionally light it up. Please be prepared to fix your own flats and mechanicals. Be a positive representative of cyclists in the community. Look out for one another's safety, and communicate to a ride leader if you have any issues or plan to depart the ride. Bottom line is to have fun, and stay safe!

    The current Manor route can be downloaded here.
    free
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