Rapha SF

30 04 2011

San Francisco – known for its excellent coffee, steep hills, and fierce two wheeled cyclists. Now, you can add Rapha’s mobile store & cafe to the city’s cycling cred. Our friends at Four Barrel have them covered on the coffee side. Yes, my SF friends, this is where messenger hipsters may finally share a drink with roadies.

From Rapha:

The Rapha Cycle Club returns to North American soil this summer in San Francisco.  Launching with the start of the Giro d’ Italia, the San Francisco Cycle Club will be the meeting place for any cyclist passionate about riding, racing and the culture of cycling. The Cycle Club will feature live coverage of both Grand Tours, a complete library of cycling magazines and books, weekly group rides, an evolving gallery of cycling photography and ephemera, and the full offering of Rapha products. Just 10 minutes ride from the Golden Gate Bridge, and with a steady schedule of unique cycling events planned — including weekly showings of great cycling films — the SF Cycle Club should be a hub for every rider this summer.

As you should expect in San Francisco, the coffee and food at the Cycle Club will have terrific character. Featuring, Four Barrel Coffee, and sweet and savory goodness from the Tell Tale Preserve Company, the Cycle Club is an ideal start or finish for group rides.

A full schedule of events coming soon.

Address:

2198 Filbert (x. Fillmore)
San Francisco, CA 94123

Phone:

415.896.4671

Open:

  • May 5 – July 31

Hours:

  • Monday–Friday: 7am to 7pm
  • Saturday–Sunday: 7am to 6pm

Note: Open earlier on big Giro and Tour stages with live coverage.

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