In many ways, what Herman Miller did for modernism in terms of furniture, Rapha has done for cycling apparel, so it would make sense that the two brands would come together for an event like the Tour of California. Check out these commemorative caps for the ATOC, featuring Rapha’s fit and Herman Miller’s patterns, available each day of the tour via Rapha’s site. Be quick though because the first day sold out fast!
All I wanna know is how do I buy that extra, extra long Hang it All?
Man, I dunno if I could pull these off, but they sure do look amazing. Rapha’s eyewear design continues with the Pro Team Flyweight Glasses. If you like Zeiss lenses and clean, modern, on-the-bike eyewear, head to Rapha for more.
I love it when Rapha does Rapha. Don’t get me wrong, there are many facets to the brand yet the designs that also resonate with me are their themed merino jerseys. Take the newest to their collection: the Merino Rivals Jersey. Inspired by the intense rivalry between two Italians of note: Gino Bartali and Fausto Coppi. This jersey is colored in Neapolitan hues and accented with classic details. Read more at Rapha!
I always love when e r t z u i ° film works on a project and this video for Rapha’s Core Collection is well worth the watch…
Rapha’s newest collection isn’t a graphic treament, pattern or gradient. It’s all about simplicity. The core of apparel if you will. Rapha Core is designed around the basics. Simple, single color jerseys and bibs for men and women. See more at Rapha.
Many people say classics never go out of style and while that may be true, sometimes they need an update. Rapha took their most iconic jersey and gave it a few reconfigurations related to on-the-bike fit. I gotta say, the Classic jersey has always been my favorite piece of Rapha apparel and it is without a doubt the piece they built their whole look upon.
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Rapha takes on some of the same scenery that Ryan Wilson sought out a few years back in Lone Pine. California really is beautiful.
When Rapha does something domestically-produced either in London, or Italy you know it’s going to be good. It’s like they save the best products to be made by the best hands. Cycling apparel has been made by the Italians since the dawn of the bicycle and so it should be no surprise that Rapha looked to Italy to manufacture their new Pro Team Shadow kit. It’s designed for racing in inclement weather with high-tech fabrics and a super sleek fit. Check out more information below and see the line at Rapha. (more…)
’tis the season for some ‘cross footage!
Photo by Andy Bokanev
There’s no denying the success of the recent UCI Worlds in Richmond, Virginia both in regards to the host city itself and the overall race. What an ending! For those looking for a more in-depth phototorial on the race, head over to Rapha for one of the best recaps I’ve seen…