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Rapha Munich Clubhouse

Rapha München


Nestled in the south corner of Munich’s old town, looking out onto the centuries-old Viktualienmarkt and just a stone’s throw from Marienplatz, Rapha München is a new home for the city’s passionate cyclists. Known to many riders as a gateway to the Alps, Munich has an irresistible riding culture that blends city commuting with scenic adventures across the Bavarian Alpine Foreland, making it the ideal location for our second Clubhouse in Germany. Browse all of our latest releases, grab a coffee or catch a race in a welcoming space dedicated to the sport. The clubhouse is hosting a calendar of talks and workshops, as well as Clubhouse rides for those looking to develop their skills and meet fellow riders. As the primary meeting place for the Munich Chapter of the Rapha Cycling Club, the clubhouse is also be hosting rides, experiences and events to be enjoyed by members.

Opening Hours

Monday-Saturday: 11am-7pm

Sunday: Closed

CONTACT

Email: munich@rapha.cc

Phone: +49 9090 504 4990

Social: @rapha_munich

THERE'S MORE TO COME, MUNICH

Rapha Munich is now open. We were keen to open our doors as soon as possible so the Clubhouse is operating with a temporary concept for now. Work on a few final touches to the Clubhouse, including a dedicated café space, is underway now and will be ready later in the year.

 

RIDES

Organised group rides roll out from Rapha Clubhouses every week. Whether you’re a local rider or just passing through, enjoy a social spin with us.

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EVENTS

Enjoy a wide range of Clubhouse events from live racing to exclusive exhibitions, panel discussions and workshops.

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CAFÉ

Immerse yourself in the rich history of the sport in our Clubhouse cafés, and enjoy Rapha’s resident Colonna coffee. Please note, our temporary café will have limited service until the permanent space is up and running.

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The bucolic Bavarian landscape that surrounds the capital Munich is awash with lakes, rivers, rolling hills, and mountains. As the city’s cyclists know well, you can head out in almost any direction and be skirting the shores of a lake or testing yourself on a climb in no time. The Bavarian flag’s distinctive white and blue rhombuses have long been associated with the state’s vast geographical variety, and are widely known to represent Bavaria as a whole. Now, as part of the local Rapha Cycling Club chapter emblem, the Bavarian rhombuses link local cyclists to the diverse land they call home.


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