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Rapha Deals: Save on pro kit, jackets, shorts, summer shirts and more

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Rapha has quickly become one of cycling’s biggest brands, carving out a niche for itself with a unique focus on lifestyle and adventure. This means it has a dedicated following across the world looking for Rapha deals.

Founded in 2004 and offering high-quality, well-designed clothing and accessories, Rapha mainly sells through its own online store and clubs, so discounts aren’t as plentiful as other brands. However, there are still some Rapha deals available if you know where to look and in our experience the best place to look is the Archive Sale at Rapha.cc.

“Archive Sale” is Rapha’s name for discontinued items, so you might not see this year’s colors, but the discounts are often deep – and they regularly include products with a full range of sizes. It’s the same quality but not in the latest shades and styles, so if you’re looking to save some money, this is the place to do it. However, there is a finite amount of product and once it’s gone, it’s gone.

While the archive sale offers options for great deals on past items, it doesn’t help if you have your eye on something current. However, there is also a seasonal promotion section on the website, with some decent Rapha deals to be found.

There is also another option: if you buy more than one item anyway, you can bundle them together and save money on the set.

The best Rapha offers

Below you’ll find a hand-picked selection of our top picks for Rapha deals on apparel and accessories, organized by price with options and prices for our UK, US, Australian and EU audiences.

But who are Rapha?

In 2004 Simon Mottram looked at the landscape of cycling clothing available and decided there was a gap in the market. He introduced Rapha with the aim of blending high fashion and high performance into one particular style. The result combines a simple yet bold style with high quality designs and fabrics. At one time Rapha was exclusively a road cycling brand and they still have a strong connection to road cycling. They sponsor the EF Education-EasyPost WorldTour teams and the Canyon SRAM women’s team and are well represented in our road-focused buying guides, such as best cycling shorts, best cycling jerseys, best cycling shoes , etc. At the same time, Rapha has doubled down on a kind of trekker, or audax, style of cycling that focuses more on adventure than the road surface. With the new orientation, new clothing options to cover gravel cycling and even mountain bike clothing (opens in a new tab).

Rapha’s well-thought-out kit caters to all levels of riders, whether you’re just starting out with their more affordable Core line or leading the pack in the WorldTeam kit worn by EF Education-EasyPost and Canyon-SRAM. Rapha not only makes cycling clothing and accessories, but also casual clothing suitable for commuting, casual riding and wearing off the bike.

The brand’s loyal following is well deserved; Not only are Rapha clothing consistently well-reviewed, but they also stand out for the quality of their products. All of Rapha’s riding collections are backed by a 30-day free returns period, free crash repair service and even a 50% discount as part of its jersey discount offer. (opens in a new tab).

Beyond apparel, Rapha works hard to build cycling communities by sponsoring unique events and through its global RCC (Rapha Cycling Club) community. If you decide to go all-in with Rapha and join RCC, you’ll be in the company of over 12,000 members and gain access to a host of perks and benefits. There are special group rides, a members-only kit and 50% off coffee at Rapha Clubs. If you travel often, RCC bike rental is an advantage that could be particularly useful. Access to a top quality bike and computer with local routes is hard to come by without RCC.

Rapha not for you?

Don’t worry, there are plenty of quality clothes on sale from top brands. Check out our cycling clothing guide for fantastic deals including Assos, Gore, Endura, Castelli and more.

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