New York is not an immediately obvious place to enjoy the pleasures of cycling, with its traffic-choked streets. But the cycling scene is booming here and the city has a deep connection to the sport.
You’ll find Rapha New York at the intersection of Prince and West Broadway, in the bustling Soho area of Manhattan and you’ll always find something happening when you pay a visit. We host regular viewing parties during the race season and show the biggest races live on the big screens. We also run a full calendar of events, from workshops to talks, which all are welcome to attend.
We have a full café menu to keep you fuelled whether you’re riding or just dropping in on foot. The Clubhouse is the home of the New York chapter of the Rapha Cycling Club (RCC) and provides the setting off point for rides which head out of the city towards the rolling hills near Piermont. Rides out of the city start early when the rest of the city is waking up - a rare quiet time on the Manhattan roads.
For road cyclists in New York City, it’s not always easy to escape the urban landscape for a ride. Fortunately, laps of Central Park in the heart of Manhattan provide a traffic-free alternative to battling the busy streets – and while it may not be a categorised climb, Cat’s Paw Hill offers an incline of sorts to warm the legs, and was the perfect inspiration for the emblem of the New York chapter of the Rapha Cycling Club (RCC) and its Clubhouse, Rapha New York.
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