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Merino Base Layer

Luxury comes in many shapes and prices. The timeless style of a Rapha cycling cap, a fresh wrap for handlebars, and a smart porcelain mug are all fine gifts for cyclists.

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Merino Base Layer

Available in short sleeve, long sleeve & sleeveless

Coming soon online

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Rapha’s elite performance bib shorts, with rainbow jersey-inspired bands. Also available as Core Bib Shorts. Available in selected stores.

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“I hardly leave home without a Winter Collar in three out of the four seasons here in the Pacific Northwest. Packable, great to pair with different kits, and it really takes the edge off your face while diving through corners on a wintry descent.”

– Jake Rosenbloum, Managing Director (North America)

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“I hardly leave home without a Winter Collar in three out of the four seasons here in the Pacific Northwest. Packable, great to pair with different kits, and it really takes the edge off your face while diving through corners on a wintry descent.”

– Jake Rosenbloum, Managing Director (North America)

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Merino Base Layer

Available in short sleeve, long sleeve & sleeveless. Available in short sleeve, long sleeve & sleeveless. Available in short sleeve, long sleeve & sleeveless

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Kit That Fits

Close-fitting layers trap insulating pockets of air near your body. Tight kit might feel strange, especially to new riders and some feel the need to size up, but loose layers act like a bellows, pumping cold air around your body, purging precious heat.

Look Outside

Check the conditions before dressing for the ride ahead. Don’t forget that you’ll warm up once you start riding though – a good rule of thumb is that you should feel the cold when you first step outside.

Consider The Effort

On a short, fast ride, you’ll work harder, heat up and sweat more than on a long, steady ride where you’re more likely to feel the cold. Wear lighter layers to quickly and easily regulate your temperature.

Kit That Fits

Close-fitting layers trap insulating pockets of air near your body. Tight kit might feel strange, especially to new riders and some feel the need to size up, but loose layers act like a bellows, pumping cold air around your body, purging precious heat.

Look Outside

Check the conditions before dressing for the ride ahead. Don’t forget that you’ll warm up once you start riding though – a good rule of thumb is that you should feel the cold when you first step outside.

Consider The Effort

On a short, fast ride, you’ll work harder, heat up and sweat more than on a long, steady ride where you’re more likely to feel the cold. Wear lighter layers to quickly and easily regulate your temperature.

Key Considerations

Look Outside

Check the conditions before dressing for the ride ahead. Don’t forget that you’ll warm up once you start riding though – a good rule of thumb is that you should feel the cold when you first step outside.

Consider The Effort

On a short, fast ride, you’ll work harder, heat up and sweat more than on a long, steady ride where you’re more likely to feel the cold. Wear lighter layers to quickly and easily regulate your temperature.

Consider The Effort

On a short, fast ride, you’ll work harder, heat up and sweat more than on a long, steady ride where you’re more likely to feel the cold. Wear lighter layers to quickly and easily regulate your temperature.

Key Considerations

Look Outside

Check the conditions before dressing for the ride ahead. Don’t forget that you’ll warm up once you start riding though – a good rule of thumb is that you should feel the cold when you first step outside.

Consider The Effort

On a short, fast ride, you’ll work harder, heat up and sweat more than on a long, steady ride where you’re more likely to feel the cold. Wear lighter layers to quickly and easily regulate your temperature.

KIT THAT FITS

Close-fitting layers trap insulating pockets of air near your body. Tight kit might feel strange, especially to new riders and some feel the need to size up, but loose layers act like a bellows, pumping cold air around your body, purging precious heat.

SLEEK PROTECTION FROM THE ELEMENTS

The most useful rain protection can be packed away when it isn’t required. The Classic Rain Jacket is lightweight and packable, with taped seams throughout and a tailored fit. The Collector’s Edition features a panel of horizontal slats running down the back, improving airflow to help regulate body temperature. Available in both men’s and women’s versions.

Uphill racer

Lachlan competes in Rapha’s Climber’s Shoes, so we thought it’d be fitting to speak to him about racing uphill.

“The European bike scene is pretty damn tight-knit. Everyone knows everyone since forever and when we all get together, it’s an honest to god good time”
Uchinada Velodrome – Rapha Cycling Club Member

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