Seattle is a paradise of geographic, cultural, and culinary variety. Located at 301 E. Pine St, Rapha Seattle offers the full selection of Rapha products – including rain jackets to help cope with the traditionally wet weather – and serves the finest food and espresso.
Seattleites enjoy excellent riding in every direction – the west holds the Olympic Mountains the north holds the San Juan Islands, the east is home to the Cascade range, and south of the city is the majestic Mt. Rainer. Closer to home are the network of roads, bike paths, and trails that cross the city and the Puget Sound, connecting a diverse selection of cafés, watering holes, and restaurants. This is where cyclists head from the Clubhouse, which runs both outings for customers new to cycling and also regular RCC rides for members. Seattle is one of the few places on earth where a bike ride can start at the water’s edge and travel to a mountain pass, making it a top destination for discerning cyclists.
The bald eagle has for centuries been a familiar sight in the skies around Puget Sound. The bird has become embedded in the region's folklore and is often used as a totemic symbol of freedom and liberation which to this day resonates through the cultural roots of Seattle, the city built on the Sound. Cyclists could spend a lifetime exploring the forests just outside the city, or head to nearby Mercer Island for faster-paced riding. The eagle, and what it represents, is a fitting emblem for the Seattle chapter of the Rapha Cycling Club (RCC) and its Clubhouse, Rapha Seattle, in a pursuit as liberating as cycling.
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