With a strong heritage in design, Herman Miller is home to archives of numerous textile designers, including Alexander Girard. As a tie-in to the Tour Down Under, Rapha worked with Herman Miller on selecting a series of textile patterns from Girard’s catalogs and applied them to cycling caps, named after famed regions of Southern Australia, a truly beautiful part of the world. Each of these caps are in stock now at Rapha and ready to see your part of the world.
If you’re looking for something different to do tomorrow evening, check out this event at Rapha’s new Cycle Club in Santa Monica. The event starts at 6, and the speaking portion will get rolling at 6:30. The theme of this evening is to “See things differently”, and there will be speakers from OMATA, photographer Brian Vernor, and frame designer Spencer Canon of Ritte Bicycles.
Continuing the Rapha Rides Japan series is Osaka, one of the most beautiful cities I’ve been to in the country.
This video makes me miss Japan, and my friends there, so much.
While I love seeing familiar sights from the Rapha Rides US videos, these EU videos are all kinds of beautiful!
Last night, as part of the Rapha Rides series, a group of cyclists rode from the Rapha Santa Monica store to Golden Saddle Cyclery for a super chill “photography” ride up to the Helipad in Griffith Park to watch the sun set over this golden city. Half were in plain clothes and half were kitted out, but all enjoyed some beverages. Towards the end, Kyle requested for help in picking up the area’s trash, prompting everyone to pitch in. Because you can’t take photos when the area has trash all over it… Check out a few more below!
Well, that was worth the wait. This beautifully shot piece is the latest in the Rapha Rides series.
Naturally, a city like Paris, through the lens of Rapha deserves a teaser video, along with a post here. We’re sitting on some great Paris coverage, which we’ll be sharing in the coming weeks, so hold onto your butts!
After a successful pop-up in Venice, Rapha has opened a more permanent establishment, just blocks from the Pacific Ocean and a short pedal from the mountains and hills. Head over to Rapha to read more information on the new Los Angeles Clubhouse.
There’s an old saying, “Seoul’s got soul” and the latest from the Rapha Rides series explores just that…
The Rapha Rides series takes on Manchester, made by the team at Ertzui Film.
What is ABRAZOS? You’ll have to watch to find out.
Not since Rem Koolhaas have I heard a better explanation for what Los Angeles is. Nice one, Geoff!
Since Rapha’s eyepieces launched last year, the brand has been pushing out well-designed, functional eyewear. The latest being these City Glasses, which retail for $235 and are made in Italy. See more specs below and all the details at Rapha.
… out of all the Rapha Rides videos, this one has to be my favorite!
Alessandro Trovati is a photographer and a cyclist. Over the course of his life, he’s documented many of the Grand Tours. Follow him through Milan in the latest Rapha Rides.
These Rapha Rides videos are really great, but the New York one’s bringing up all kinds of nostalgia for me.
Chris Cosentino, Caitlin Curran Bernstein, and Jake Stangel show us their San Francisco in the latest Rapha Rides video.