With national champions and WorldTour winners, for years we’ve worked to make the world’s finest and fastest cycling apparel. But Rapha has always taken the road less travelled. Since 2004, our kit has been put to task on adventures of all kinds. From the birth of our Brevet range for Paris-Brest-Paris in 2011 to cross-continental endurance races and first time forays off road, we’ve designed to go the distance.
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As the landscape changes, so too does the way we dress for the ride. Different directions demand a new way of thinking. They demand a break with tradition.
Cargo Bib Shorts
Our first bib shorts with pockets. With room to carry on both legs and the back, they’ll take everything you would usually keep in your jersey. Made with a lightweight water resistant material, they are ready for all kinds of weather. Tested for over a year at races across Europe, in the Australian heat and the wilderness of Argentina, these shorts were designed to excel at extremes but are just as comfortable on the commute or club run. Pick up a pair and try them for thirty days – if you’re not happy, you can return them for a full refund.
Technical T-Shirt and Polo
On all day cross-country adventures or cruising through the city, there are times you'd rather not wear a jersey. For those days, there’s the Technical T-Shirt and Polo. Made from a technical fabric that wicks sweat, keeping you cool and dry. A loose cut promotes airflow round the body on hot days. Hidden reflective trim helps you stay visible on the bike. A more casual approach to dressing for your next ride.
“I wore Cargo Bibs under the Technical T-shirt. It worked great. Nice airflow. Stayed cool in the warm weather.”- Jesse Carlsson, Argentina 2018
Brevet Base Layer
When you pack light to travel far, be sure your kit is up to the task. This base layer is our first ever with a permanent antibacterial treatment to keep it fresh for days. If you’re going far, the last thing you’ll have to worry about is your base layer.
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