The Rapha Super Cross has entered its third season and finally accommodated the one ingredient that makes cyclocross fun to watch, mud. All participants and spectators were able to enjoy a portion of frites, beer and cowbells with their racing, creating an unforgettable atmosphere.
The final Rapha Continental North America ride of 2012 was a journey with none other than Greg LeMond, riding in his home state of Nevada.
Bohemia is the first Rapha Continental Europe story. Away from the road well-travelled, a true adventure into the Hidden Europe. Looking forward to the full film.
Alex Stieda is a former professional cyclist from Canada. He captured five classification jerseys of the Tour de France, the yellow jersey, the polka dot, the multi-colored, the red and the white, on the second day of the 1986 Tour de France, becoming the first North American to lead the Tour. But apart from being a great racer, Alex is also a good talker and the perfect guide as you can see yet another fine Rapha film production. Read the full report on the Rapha website.
Rapha knows how to capture everything little thing they do and turn it into an epic video. Same thing goes for their Gentlemen’s Race held in Australia where sixteen cycling teams rode the inaugural Australian edition of the race. The point of Rapha’s Gentlemen’s Races is to inspire a different type of racing. Being unmarshalled, unsupported and unsanctioned, there’s no better way to find out if you’re a true team, pulling together through the difficulties and attrition to get each other to the finish, or just six individuals racing the clock. Be inspired.