Every year, the Rapha Cycling Club travels to the most beautiful riding destinations in the world for a long weekend. A fully-supported cycling trip, exclusive to members, with curated routes, specially selected accommodation, and a limited edition jersey - Summits are the highlight of our calendar.
RCC Summits are back in 2022 and this year, we’re making up for lost time. After a two-year hiatus, RCC members now have the choice of two incredible trips on offer in some breathtaking locations. These intimate, specially-curated Summits give members from all around the world the opportunity to experience some of the best cycling spots out there, forge new friendships and ride alongside top athletes. We’ll be picking up from where we left off in 2019 as the RCC returns to Mallorca for a weekend away in cyclist’s paradise, as well as heading to Arkansas for a special gravel riding Summit. The much anticipated RCC Summit Japan is set to take place in 2023, watch this space.
RCC SUMMIT MALLORCA
Super smooth tarmac, winding roads and coastline climbs: it's no surprise this Mediterranean island is the road rider’s dream destination. This May, the RCC is heading to the north of the island with sights set on the fabled Sa Calobra. Hosted by the brilliant Mallorca team and their local knowledge, and joined by special guest Simon Mottram, it's set to be a good one.
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RCC SUMMIT BENTONVILLE
The centre of Rapha’s North American base, Arkansas is home to the MTB mecca of Bentonville. With an extensive network of single track trails, gravel paths and paved roads, Arkansas is the perfect location for a mixed terrain RCC Summit. Led by local experts, and with accommodation in the award winning museum hotel 21C, join us this autumn for a special Rapha Summit that’ll take you off the beaten track.
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RCC SUMMIT JAPAN
Nobeyama, at the foot of the Yatsugatake mountains has been the home of Rapha’s Japan HQ for the last ten years. In October 2023, the long awaited RCC Summit Japan is finally taking place, two years on. With hundreds of mountain roads to explore and alpine climbs to conquer, it’s certainly worth the wait. When not riding, members can recover in the natural hot springs, or local sake distilleries, and take it all in.
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