Tickets

  • Members-only sneak peak into the Rapha Rides weekend
    Thursday, May 18th – 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 also hear from the local RCC Coordinator, Meredith Miller, about what it means to be an RCC member in one of the greatest cycling locations in the world, and what we can do to be ambassadors for the sport. Small bites and drinks will be provided on behalf of Cured.

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  • The kickoff ride for Rapha Rides Boulder, heading up Lefthand Canyon
    Friday, May 19th – 630am

    The first ride of the weekend heads north to Lefthand Canyon, a local favorite, which features a beautiful and gentle 8-mile climb. Riders are rewarded with views high above Boulder before rapidly dropping back into town. The ride meets at Rapha Boulder at 6.30am for coffee, and rolls out at 7am. Coffee and pastries will be provided at the Clubhouse.

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  • An afternoon spin up Lee Hill, returning via the farmland on the east of the foothills
    Friday, May 19th – 3pm

    The second ride of the weekend, taking in the 1.5 mile climb of Lee Hill, followed by a short and fast descent of Lefthand Canyon. On the return to Boulder, the ride makes use of the flatter roads between the farms on the east of the Foothills. As you make your way back to Boulder, you may get a delicious whiff of the beers on tap at the Avery Brewing Company on 63rd. The ride meets at Rapha Boulder for coffee at 3pm, compliments of Rapha.

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  • Celebrate the arrival of Rapha Rides Boulder
    Friday, May 19th – 6-9pm

    We're throwing a party for the start of Rapha Rides Boulder with an evening of food and drink prepared by Yellowbelly Chicken's Michael Friedberg, local art and music. Plus 1988 Giro d'Italia winner Andy Hampsten will share with us what he loves most about cycling in Boulder. Space is limited, please RSVP to ensure a spot.

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  • Thank you for being apart of the Rapha Transfer Ride. We are excited to share this experience with you. Please take a moment to read and sign our waiver as well as provide your contact and emergency contact information.
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    * 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, May 20th – 10am

    New to group riding? Join Olympic coach Neal Henderson to improve your skills on the bike. This clinic 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 Boulder at 10am. Riders must bring a helmet and road bike. Beginners welcome.

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  • Rapha’s first Herman Miller Design Ride kicks off where the Flatirons meet modern design: Boulder, Colorado.
    Saturday, May 20th – 2pm

    Join us as we ride through the Front Range of the Rockies. Begin with a leisurely tour of downtown’s charming Front End district and then proceed to an array of local architecture, including a unique shipping-container home at the foot of Flagstaff Mountain. Next, catch a view of the exquisite craftsmanship of a cabin by Timmerhus on a dirt-climb up Poorman Road. From there, it’s all downhill into Sunshine Canyon, where you’ll find homes designed by Boulder’s resident organic modernist Charles Haertling, before heading back to the Rapha Clubhouse. 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.

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  • Ride to picturesque locations with a local photographer
    Saturday, May 20th – 530pm

    Ride to Boulder's picturesque locations and lookout points with a local photographer, and gain some tips on how to improve your photography. The route covers Flagstaff Road, offering views over the city, and tops out at the Sunrise Amphitheatre, followed by a fun, twisty descent back to town.

    Please bring both front and rear bike lights
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  • A slower group, beginners welcome
    Sunday, May 21st – 10am

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

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  • The last hurrah of Rapha Rides Boulder
    Sunday, May 21st – 5-8pm

    We're putting a cap on a long weekend of riding with a final party at Rapha Boulder. Guests can give a last hurrah to Rapha Rides Boulder, revelling in the glory of riding bikes and the weekend with local food and drinks prepared by Pizzeria Locale's Lachlan MacKinnon-Patterson.

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