Ride with us
Rapha Women's 100 by Women's Movement Road Bike
The chic cap invites you to the Women's 100 again with the women's movement Rennrad and the friends of Rapha.
It starts at 10 a.m., we meet in the courtyard of the chic hat, chat briefly about a few important and unimportant things, and then start rolling together around 10.30 a.m. All passengers agree to a common pace. The stronger female drivers take a back seat, do the work in the wind and block off intersections. The weaker riders stay in the slipstream and let the group motivate them. And because a good trip always includes good cake and coffee, we will plan a stop along the way.
So pack a few euros - alongside a spare tube, enough to drink and energy bars!
We're still working on the track, but this much: it's going to be pretty flat.
Incidentally, all donations from this event also go to the World Bicycle Relief.
We're looking forward to a hundred kilometers of fun and a good mood and finally a little party in our hats.
PS: As a warm-up, you are invited to take part in our weekly GOOD TIME TUESDAY rounds.
Participation only after prior registration.
100% of the proceeds from the donation tickets go to World Bicycle Relief
Relaxed pace, small streets and farm tracks. Dropable only!
Calling Düsseldorf an Eldorado for racing cyclists is perhaps a bit too ambitious, but our hometown can boast of being able to offer a varied surrounding area for sporty tours of all kinds. An advantage compared to real big cities is the relatively short way out of the city, within 15 minutes you almost always have the worst behind you. While in the east in the direction of Ratingen countless small climbs are reminiscent of Flanders, the west to the left of the Rhine can trump with almost endless expanse, countless flat and little-used farm roads.
These flat expanses are the territory we like to use on the hat's weekly social rides. The reason for this is that the performance differences in the peloton are not as noticeable as in hill laps, nobody has to feel left behind. For the longer laps, we like to visit the Vollratherhöhe, popularly known as the Halde, which is a useful substitute for a hill in the flat area.
The length of our trips varies with the available daylight hours, 60km early and late in the season, 80km + on the really long days. The average pace is 25-26km/h, which means that the peloton rolls along at 30km/h on the flat in a straight line. Don't worry, it works wonderfully in a group. A tip for beginners: if you are safe and familiar with your bike, go to the 2nd or 3rd row. It's always relatively relaxed at the front, but at the back you always have to close gaps with a larger peloton, which are caused by the accordion effect.
We try to include a small sporting challenge for everyone in every tour, a small final sprint or something similar fits wonderfully, after that you wait for each other and
roll on together.
Rennrad- und Gravelausfahrten von Frauen für Frauen - feat. by IRIS I Ride In Style
There are many reasons women ride road bikes.
There are many reasons why women ride bikes with women.
And there are many reasons why women sometimes only ride road bikes with women.
We want to give you one more good reason: Good Time Tuesday.
With Good Time Tuesday we share our love of cycling, inspire each other, grow together and most of all have a pretty good time.
We welcome women of all skill levels, ages and experience. Our weekly after-work group has one big goal: we want to have a good time on the bike with you, laugh and support each other.
join We look forward to you!
- From the first Tuesday in April to the last Tuesday in September
- Meeting point 6:00 p.m. in the SCHICKE MÜTZE
- Distance somewhere between 50 and 70 kilometers each, mostly flat.
- Moderate speed, ie an average of 22-25 km/h on the speedometer at the end.
- Racing handlebars required (no MTB, no triathlon attachments, no fixies)
- Cozy "roll out" at the Fortuna Büdchen or on the city beach.
Our Basic rules
- We obey the traffic rules and all drive at our own risk.
- You ride a suitable bike. With racing handlebars and brakes, whether it's a racing bike or a gravel bike
- We require a helmet and appropriate clothing, the use of clipless pedals is allowed
Important: Nobody gets on a bus on a guided tour in a figurative sense. Here the two at the top do not determine the tour, but everyone who is there has a responsibility. Please always be aware of this. When chatting, pay attention to the people in front and their hand signals, drive so calmly and evenly that everyone likes to drive behind you. Don't leave big gaps between the rows because you never know if those behind you can close them again. If we all act like this all the time, then we all have a lot of fun.
If you're flinching now: we're actually nice and relaxed, but there have to be rules. We want all participants to have fun, which also means that everyone arrives home safe and sound.
After the tour, everyone who wants to roll together again in the courtyard of the cap, where we can end the tour with music and a drink. With our new neighbors from Bulle Burger next door, a snack shouldn't be a problem either.
We offer you two different tickets, the donation ticket from € 1,- for the World Bicycle Relief or a free ticket for all those who cannot or do not want to donate.
We look forward to the start of the summer season with you and hope that, like in the last few years, there will be a great, open and international peloton that enjoys the tours together and welcomes newcomers.