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    Mon - Wed 10AM - 6PM

    Thu 10AM - 8PM

    Fri 10AM - 6PM

    Sat 9AM - 6PM

    Sun 10AM - 6PM


    Wolvenstraat, 10, Amsterdam, 1016 EP


    Phone +31 203415082


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

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    Immerse yourself in the rich history of the sport in our Clubhouse cafés, where we serve fine coffee, snacks and light meals.

    Learn about the café

    Tucked away in the Nine Streets district of Amsterdam’s shopping area with its boutiques, restaurants and art galleries, is the Amsterdam Clubhouse. Its location provides an ideal getaway from the shopping crowds for those looking to browse the Rapha range or simply grab a coffee and a bite to eat and catch a race on the big screen.

    The Clubhouse also hosts a full calendar of events such as talks and workshops as well as running weekly Clubhouse rides for those interested in developing their cycling and meeting fellow riders.

    For other cyclists, Rapha Amsterdam is also the home of the Amsterdam chapter of the Rapha Cycling Club (RCC) and an ideal setting off point to take you around the city by bike or into the neighbouring countryside. The RCC holds regular rides from the Clubhouse and a full programme of events is scheduled through the year.




    RCC Hasselt Hills

    This RCC ride is organised and lead by our Ride Leaders in Hasselt. Get ready for the best routes that the Netherlands and Belgium has to offer. This one is for the climbers!

    We kick things off in the Tuscany of Belgium (South Limburg). Following the rolling hills we go to the Voerstreek. There we ride over the Plank towards the well known Camerig (the longest climb in the Netherlands) and so on to the famous Drielandenpunt in Vaals. It’s back to the French part of Belgium towards the 13th century abbey of Val Dieu. According to the legend, the uninhabited valley in which the monks settled was so hostile that the local population called it “the valley of the devil”. The monks renamed it “Valley of God”, or “Val-Dieu” in French. Is there a better location to stop for a refill? After this pause at 98km into the route it’s back on track through the glowing countryside where we pass the oldest city of Belgium, Tongeren. The last 30 kilometers take us on hilly roads back to Hasselt where we end our ride after 160km and 2000+ altitude meters. Time for a well deserved beer.

    Timings: Meet-up at the Fietsbar in Hasselt at 9:00am, Roll-out at 09:30am.
    Location: Fietsbar, Minderbroedersstraat 54, 3500 Hasselt, Belgium
    RCC exclusive, but limited spots open for non-members




    The coat of arms of Amsterdam has three crosses at its heart and has been proudly adopted as a symbol of the city. Look closely and you’ll start to see the crosses appear everywhere – from ironwork on the roads, to flags over shopfronts. The emblem for the Amsterdam chapter of the Rapha Cycling Club (RCC) and its Clubhouse, Rapha Amsterdam, displays nine crosses of Saint Andrew in echelon formation.

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