Women's 100

The Rapha Women’s 100 is a display of collective spirit amongst women cyclists around the world. Since its inception, in 2013, the Women’s 100 has inspired women around the world, to come together to ride 100km all on the same day. Read on to RSVP for a ride.

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  • Led by Eachann Gillies, this will be a gentle paced jaunt round some of Ayrshire's finest little lanes. Mostly quiet roads so you’ll see more cows than cars. There aren’t any humungous climbs but there a few spicy ramps here and there – but this is a social ride so we will keep everyone together. If you fancy a wee dig on a climb, just wait for us at the top. We’ll meet at Malletsheugh arch at 8.45, and leave at 9am, heading through Eaglesham, over the Ardochrig, down to Watermill and over the Cattery climb. After this we loop round west, heading towards Sorn, where we’ll stop by the river for some cake and coffee. After this we’ll head north to Galston, then up to Fenwick and back to the Malletsheugh via the A77 cycle path. Remember to bring a spare inner tube, a patch kit and a pump. The calendar might tell you we’re in summer, but that doesn’t mean much round here, so dress appropriately, bring a jacket with you and some food for the ride. You can find the route here.
  • Join Karly on a challenging loop to the seaside for ice cream in the sun or chips in the rain. Leaving from the top of Newton Mearns at 8:00am we'll roll out and head west through Uplawmoor farm roads, Bridge of Weird before joining the scenic Old Largs Road. This is a lumpy route and there are a few nippy climbs but the views are beautiful. This will be a social pace 22-24kph and we will work together. It may be summer but it's still Scotland so please check the weather, dress accordingly, check you bike is healthy and bring food and spares! Find the route here.
  • This social ride explores the beautiful country lanes of Hertfordshire. We will meet and greet for 8:30 at Gail's Bakery in Highgate and will start rolling at 8:45. We will ride as a friendly group at an easy pace of 22 - 24km/h. Depending upon the weather, we plan to stop at a very nice cafe for some tea and cake. Please bring sufficient spare parts, food and drink. Looking forward to riding with you! Yoko and Dom. Find the route here.
  • Led by Andy Matthews, this will be a ride around some of the most beautiful parts of Kent. We will start at Gail's bakery in Dulwich for coffee and then head out into the coutryside at 8:50am. We go via a series of classic lanes including Pilgrims Way, Brastead Chart on our way to Hever and Chiddingston Castle. We will stop for coffee and tea in the beautiful village of Chiddingston before resuming our ride to Tunbridge Wells where there is the opportunity for more coffee and lunch at the Velohouse. We will then loop back towards London via Penshurt and Ide Hill finishing with a celebratory beer at the Canopy Brewery in Herne Hill. Pace is social (20-25km). Find the route here.
  • With 100km as your target, you'll find the km's slip away at a steady pace (22-24km/h) on this beautiful loop out into Gloucestershire (yes! Gloucestershire) and back. The scenery is stunning, and the few climbs we'll take on are, well, breathtaking!! Expect the very best of the Cotswolds, and some of the best coffee & cake in the area at Campden Coffee Co., where we will refuel for more stunning cycling back to Warwick. Bring your climbing legs, and bring plenty of snacks/water to fuel them! This will be the most enjoyable, rewarding ride you'll do in 2017. I promise. The ride rolls out from The Larder in Leamington Spa at 8.30am. Find the route here.
  • Join Michael for a social paced (22-24km/h) ride out in to the the lanes of Yorkshire. We'll meet at Sheaf Street Cafeteria at 9:00am for coffee and leave around 9:30am. From Leeds we'll head West passing through Askwith, Otley and Ilkey before looping round Bolton Abbey and stopping at the Cavendish Pavillion for a half way stop. Leaving Bolton Abbey we'll head back to Otely taking in Castely and Weeton on our way to the last climb of the day up Creskeld Lane. We'll end where we started at Sheaf Street for a well earned drink. You can find the route here.
  • This ride will accommodate people of all experience levels and speeds. Join Sarah and Chris for a hilly route to the north of Manchester offering panoramic views and a (optional) tilt at the iconic 'Rake'; a short and steep ramp out of the Lancashire town of Ramsbottom. Starting and finishing at the Rapha Manchester clubhouse, we'll ride at a social pace, have a coffee stop at Rivington Barn and enjoy a day of country lanes, woodland views and moorland climbs. We will meet at the club at 8:45am for coffee before a 9:00am roll out. Find the route here.
  • This is a ride for the new-to or recently just started cyclist, looking to push them selves to that next level. The group will mainly consist of OL1 Crossfit members but all are welcome. Starting from OL1 Crossfit (Oldham) at 8.00am we will head to the flatlands of Cheshire, through the picturesque lanes before stopping briefly at the famous Jodrell Bank. After some caffeine and cake, we will head North back to the RCCMCR clubhouse to hopefully meet with other W100 groups from the day, before making our final push back to OL1. No doubt there will be varying abilities, and whilst all efforts will be made to keep every one together, it is fully expected each rider will be self sufficient should their plans change, and fully be aware of the route. Led by Lee Jackson, you can find the route here.
  • Led by Ruth and Ben, this will be a social ride through the much-loved Cotswolds. We'll mostly ride on quiet rolling country lanes. The pace is easy but steady with an average of 23-24kmh. We'll do short stops whenever someone needs a break. Please check the forecast and come prepared according to the weather conditions. Don't forget to bring enough food, water, mini tool, pump, inner tuber, and money for coffee+cake at the end. We'll start from Bike Zone in St Michael's Street at 8:50am and finish our ride at the Jam Factory right next to the station. We look forward to riding with you and keep fingers crossed for good weather! Find the route here.
  • This ride will accommodate people of all experience levels and speed. It is an ideal ride for a social spin with friends with its combination of wide ‘B’ roads and quiet back lanes. The route takes you out South East from Manchester towards Carrington where the terrain then undulates through Lymm and the Cheshire Lanes. At around mid-point on this route comes the site of the historic Anderton Boat lift along the banks of the River Weaver and Trent and Mersey Canal. The Bike Friendly café and visitors centre is an ideal place for a quick coffee and to top up your bidons before heading back to the Cycle Club via the areas many pretty Villages. Riders will meet for coffee at the Manchester clubhouse at 8:45am before rolling out at 9:00am. You can find the route here.
  • A hilly route out into the beautiful Surrey countryside, we'll take on 7 climbs including Staple Lane, Barhatch and Box Hill. This route will focus on 'conquering the cols' and is aimed towards ladies who are comfortable with the distance but looking to challenge themselves in a fun environment on the climbs. Aim is to average around 22-23kmph, regrouping regularly at the top of climbs. We'll also pop in at least one cafe stop but there is the potential for a couple of others if people want them on the day. Please be sure to bring food, drink, spares, tools and appropriate clothing for the ride - clipping in is a must. The meeting point is the Department of Coffee and Social Affairs in Kingston at 8:00am for a 8:30am roll out. You can find the route here.
  • This ride will loop you round the scenic Agsu district which sits between the Great Caucasus and the plain of Shirvan. The ride takes in two notable climbs; firstly from Munganli to Qiratan (ca. 450m) at the start of the ride and then from Agsu back up to Munganli (ca. 700m) at the end of the ride.  The later is used on the Tour of Azerbaijan.  There will be options to stop and refuel, as well as, a support vehicle carrying extra water, drinks, snacks, spares and tools for any minor mechanical issues.  The aim will be to average 20-22km/hr (plase note that the big climbs will reduce the overall ave. speed significantly!) and we will regroup at the top of any climb.  Riders should have had some experience of riding in a group, have a good working road bike and clothing suitable for the ride. This will be a challenging route but you will be supported all the way.  Transportation from and to Baku will be arranged so there may be a small contribution to make to cover the cost (details to be announced later). For now, you can find the route here and expect the ride to begin at 7:00am.
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