Rapha Custom lets you create your own unique style

Rapha, the Apple of the vélo and well known for its high-quality, stylish cycling kit, has today launched its new Custom range. Designed with groups in mind, the two ranges – Pro Team and Classic, for men and women – can be customised to your preferences at Rapha’s website. Now, your sportif team can boss the peloton in intimidatingly matching outfits, or you can amuse fellow road riders by having “my other bike is a Pinarello” written on the back of your jersey. 

  1. The best cycling jerseys

The Pro Team range is the leading edge of Rapha’s performance technology whilst Classic is aimed at a more casual, but still reasonably affluent, rider. Order quantities start from five with discounts up to 40% on large orders, making the kit ideal for cycling clubs, businesses, friends taking on a sportive together, or perhaps a committed cycle commuter who wants a personalised Monday to Friday riding wardrobe.

To create your customised kit, simply head over to rapha.cc and select an item of clothing. Then use the simple design tool to pick your colours and patterns and add your team or sponsor logos. Once you’ve placed your order, you’ll get delivery within eight weeks.

The following items are available in the range:

  1. Classic Flyweight Jersey: cool, light jersey for hot and humid conditions.

Rapha says that its Custom range will continue to expand over the course of this year to include the Core range as well as extended Classic styles with jerseys from as low as £50 within larger orders.

Why not try it out? Head over toto try out the simple design tools to create your perfect team kit.

Rapha sales and deals

While Rapha kit tends to be priced at the higher end of the market, you can usually get some of its kit at reduced prices. Below is where we look when we want to pick up Rapha bike clothes at a discount:

Below are some of our picks of the current Rapha deals at Wiggle but do check out the full sales section in the link above as there are lots more items on sale.

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