Today is Cyber Monday. In recent years, Rapha has opted to eschew the mania of Black Friday and Cyber Monday and instead gave its staff the day off to ride on the Friday and donated money to World Bicycle Relief. This year, in a break from tradition, it is offering 25% off everything (opens in new tab) on-site as well as continuing with its fundraising. This only applies to full-price items, unfortunately, but if you want to really save big, you can head to the Archive Sale (opens in new tab), where previous seasons' clothing resides with heavily slashed prices.
We'll highlight any particularly impressive deals in our main Cyber Monday bike deals hub, where you'll find everything from clothing and tech to whole bikes and smart trainers.
If clothing is what you're after, but you can't find what you're looking for amongst all the Rapha deals, then head to our all-encompassing Cyber Monday cycling clothing deals page.
- Shop the men's Rapha Archive Sale (opens in new tab)
- Shop the women's Rapha Archive Sale (opens in new tab)
There is usually another option to take advantage of on the Rapha website: If you want more than one item you are able to bundle them together and claim a bigger overall discount. In this case though, as the main Cyber Monday promotion is greater than any discount available on a bundle you'll be better off using the Cyber Monday discount. Sadly they cannot be combined.
The best Cyber Monday Rapha deals
While the main Rapha Cyber Monday deal gives you 25% off all full price items, meaning you can pick up a classic jersey for £90 (opens in new tab) rather than £120, a pair of pro team bib shorts for just over £160 (opens in new tab) rather than £215, or some pro team socks for just under £13 (opens in new tab) rather than £17. there are some bigger deals to be had if you do some digging.
Luckily for you, we've done the digging for you in the Archive Sale, and below we've gathered up all the best Rapha deals outside of the main promotion to save you the effort.
EF pro team kit | Up to 30% off
(opens in new tab)The so-called 'rules' say you shouldn't wear pro team kit, but rules are made to be broken and EF's kit is the coolest thing to have touched the WorldTour since Mitch Docker's mullet. There are options for men and women so wear it loud and proud, and do it with 30% off.
Graphic (opens in new tab) (opens in new tab)Socks | Up to 70% off
(opens in new tab)$7.50| £6.50| €8| A$9
Perhaps the most heavily discounted item in the archive sale, these bold socks will certainly make you stand out from the crowd, especially if you wear them over your bib tights. Discounted in multiple colours and available in a wide range of sizes.
Logo T-Shirt | Up to 60% off
(opens in new tab)$18 |£N/A | €N/A | A$N/A
If the large logo isn't your thing and you'd rather keep things a bit more subtle then this sunshine yellow t-shirt is made of the same organic cotton blend, just with a wordmark on the chest instead of across the whole front. A version with a chest pocket is also available (opens in new tab) for up to 60% off.
Men's Explore Technical T-shirt | up to 70% off (opens in new tab)
$27.00 | £26.00 | €30.00 | A$N/A
Designed for the long-distance rider, the Explore Technical T-shirt comes with a reflective print across the crest and is made from high-wicking fabric, so you'll keep your cool however hot it gets. Rapha also has a discounted women's version. (opens in new tab)
Men's Logo T-shirt | 50% off
(opens in new tab)$27.50 | £N/A | €N/A | A$N/A
If you've always wanted a Rapha-branded tee, but found the asking price a bit rich, then this could be your answer, thanks to the 50% saving. The Cyclingnews team can personally attest to the durability of the high-quality cotton construction.
Women's Explore Tank| Up to 60% off
(opens in new tab)$30 | £22 | €25| A$38
While for many of us it's cold and dark, the explore tank is about as summery a garment as you could hope for if you've got any hot weather riding plans for the coming months. lightweight, super breathable, and now pretty affordable too.
Men's Technical T-Shirt | Up to 50% off (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)$37.00 | £27.00 | €32.00 | A$75.00
This fast-wicking, loose-fit T-shirt gives a high-performance alternative to those who don't like the more traditional jersey style – at a bargain price. The turn-up sleeves with reflective strips hidden in the hem are a nice touch. You will be confined to the light blue patterned colourway though.
Commuter Reflective Tshirt | Up to 50% off
(opens in new tab)$N/A | £24 | €28 | A$N/A
If you choose to commute in casual wear this tee, with a reflective logo on the front and lower panel on the rear should help keep you more visible as you ride to work.
Roll Top Backpack | Up to 40% off (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)$54.00 | £N/A | €N/A | A$N/A
Whether you're returning to office life and need a new backpack or making a run to the shops, this Rapha roll-top backpack is classy, stylish and functional – and currently 40% cheaper than its original price in certain colours.
Rapha Pro Team Overshoes | 50% off (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)$55.00 | £40.00 | €47.00 | A$70.00
It could be time to grab a deal on the Rapha Pro Team overshoes which currently have 50% off in both colour options and S/M sizes. As temperatures start to dip a solid pair of overshoes can be a wardrobe staple.
Women's Core Long Sleeve Jersey | 60% off (opens in new tab)
$N/A | £42.00 | €51.00 | A$N/A
A long-sleeve version of Rapha's Core Jersey, it has an insulated, breathable brushed inner fabric that promises soft, comfortable warmth. Still available in sky blue and black in sizes M and L, depending on location.
Men's Transfer Hoodie | Up to 40% (opens in new tab) (opens in new tab)off (opens in new tab)
$60.00 | £N/A | €N/A | A$80.00
As a pre-ride and after-ride cover-up, the Transfer Hoodie is designed to keep you warm without too much weight. It's part DWR coated to avoid wetting out in the rain and comes with two zipped pockets for your valuables.
Pro Team Training Jersey | up to 60% off (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)$50.00 | £45.00 | €55.00 | A$N/A
The Pro Team Training Jersey is a great option for rides in mild to warm conditions. Featuring classic Rapha styling with the Rapha logo on the rear pocket. Available at a great discounted price
Men's Pro Team Transfer Sweatpants | 60% off
(opens in new tab)$66.00 | £N/A | €N/A | A$N/A
Worn by EF Education-EasyPost's pro riders, the cut of the Transfer Sweatpants is designed to keep your legs warm without overheating, promoting recovery post-race. Clever features include knees cut to avoid bunching at the rear and fabrics allowing freedom of movement. If all the references to pro cycling seem like a stretch when it comes to sweatpants, feel free to forget that stuff. Rapha's off-the-bike gear is some of the most comfortable and high-quality clothing you can add to your wardrobe. These will be some seriously comfortable sweatpants and the fact that they come from a cycling brand is just fodder for conversation.
Women's Commuter Jacket | Up to 40% off
(opens in new tab)$N/A | £60| €72| A$N/A
Recommended in our list of the best waterproof cycling jackets (opens in new tab), this commuter focussed option is available discounted in the high-vis yellow option. We think it looks pretty good, and it's definitely the safest colour choice of the bunch, plus it has additional reflective details,
Classic Climbs Jersey | Up to 57% off (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)$82.00 | £48 | €58.00 | A$105.00
A quarter-zip version of the Classic jersey made with a design inspired by the art of descending, partially recycled polyester within the merino blend. It features the same cut and details as the Classic Jersey, but with a smaller zip and two earthy colourways in a full range of sizes.
Women's Classic Winter Tights With Pad | 60% off (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)$N/A | £64.00| €78.00 | A$112
These high-waisted tights with water-repellent treatment and chamois offer an insulated winter option. They also have a storage pocket and reflective tags – and up to a 60% discount in a range of sizes in both dark purple and dark navy.
Explore Lightweight Jacket | Up to 40% off
(opens in new tab)$N/A | £66 | €81| A$N/A
Much the same as the Rapha Explore Lightweight Gilet (opens in new tab) that we reviewed, except with sleeves. Superlight, ultra packable, and great for those long rides that start or finish when it's a little cooler without adding too much bulk
Women's Trail Lightweight Jacket | Up to 50% off (opens in new tab)
$90.00 | £78.00 | €93.00 | A$N/A
A lightweight, windproof, packable jacket that crucially manages to avoid looking like a 'pack a mac' and comes with a strap to neatly store it on your bike frame. The discount is variable depending on colour and region, but purple and hot pink are the best bet.
Men's Classic Jersey II | Up to 40% off (opens in new tab)
$90.00 | £N/A | €N/A | A$115.00
This jersey started it all. It's their first product and the one that put Rapha on the map, what's more, it's had an update. The latest version of the Classic jersey is still made from a mix of 36% Merino wool with 64% polyester, for comfort and performance, but the polyester content is now 100% recycled. This black discounted version is available in XS and S.
Men's Core Winter Jacket| Up to 40% off
(opens in new tab)$90 | £66 | €81| A$N/A
black and extra small only, but this winter jacket is well reduced and should be perfect to get you through the colder months of riding. It has a more wind resistant front and a more breathable back panel in order to better regulate your temperature.
Rapha Pro Team Flyweight jersey| 50% off (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)$95.00 | £70.00 | €82.00 | A$120.00
The Rapha Pro Team Flyweight jersey has up to 50% off in certain colourways. This is a premium jersey with an extra long sleeve fit, lightweight fabric and featuring UPF40 sun protection on the back panel.
Balmamion Jersey | Up to 51% off
(opens in new tab)$95 | £N/A | €N/A | A$122
A jersey to commemorate Franco Balmamion, although if you're a fan of Everton Mints (google it) it could well be up your street too. Classic cut, 1/4 zip, and two chest pockets for extra snack portage.
Rapha Brevet Jersey | Up to 50% off
(opens in new tab)$95 | £70 | €82 | A$120
Both the Rapha Brevet Jersey and it's more summery sibling the Rapha Brevet Lightweight Jersey (opens in new tab) are available with similar discounts. We've reviewed the Brevet Jersey (opens in new tab) and found the extra storage and fit very good indeed.
Imperial Works Tricolour Jersey | 50% off (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)$95.00 | £70.00 | €82.00 | A$120.00
Recreating the colours of Rapha's original member's club and named after its first home in London, the Imperial Works jersey has the classic Rapha styling. Made of a mix of recycled polyester and wool it comes with embroidered and knitted detailing to accent the stylish looks.
Women's cargo Bib Shorts| Up to 50% off
(opens in new tab)$145 | £85 | €102 | A$150
Water resistant, pockets for everything you could want to carry, and now available at a discount. These are the women's version of the Rapha Cargo Bibs (opens in new tab) that we've recently reviewed.
Explore Down Jacket | Up to 50% off
(opens in new tab)$150 | £110 | €130| A$N/A
One of the more heavily discounted options, this down jacket is perfect for keeping you warm either on very cold riding days, or while bikepacking for cold evenings and frost mornings. Black only though, and extra small.
Rapha Classic Shoes | Up to 40% off
(opens in new tab)$155 | £112| €135 | A$198
Available in a pretty wide range of sizes and discounted in a couple of colours the Rapha Classic Shoes marry the classic looks of more vintage shoes with the high performance of modern road options thanks to a carbon sole. The front Velcro strap is an homage to the toe straps of old.
Explore hooded Gore-Tex Pullover| Up to 40% off
(opens in new tab)$220 | £162 | €192 | A$278
What it lacks in a full zip it makes up for in additional storage. Gore-Tex Active keeps things breathable as well as providing supreme wet weather protection. What's more the integrated stuff sack keeps it portable for bikepacking adventures.
Women's Pro Team Lightweight Gore-Tex Jacket | Up to 30% off
(opens in new tab)$225 | £N/A | €N/A | A$N/A
While not exactly cheap, the fact this is one of the best waterproof cycling jackets (opens in new tab) that you can buy and it's available with a 30% discount does make it a really good deal. Superlight, impregnable. and brilliantly breathable it's perfect for wet riding.
But who are Rapha?
Rapha was founded by Simon Mottram in London back in 2004. Rapha's first release was 'the classic jersey' a piece of cycling clothing that helped change the look and design of cycling clothing worldwide. Mottram's aim was to mix high fashion with high performance, and though he has now stepped down as Rapha CEO his influence and creative direction are still plain to see. In the early days, Rapha was a purely road-specific brand and has always had road riding at its core. It sponsored the all-conquering Teak Sky for several years and now supports and sponsors the Canyon SRAM and EF Education-EasyPost WorldTour, teams.
Rapha cycling kit often appears in our buyer's guides across various cycling disciplines these days, as it now make kit for gravel cycling and even mountain biking (opens in new tab). You will find Rapha options in our guides for the best cycling shorts, best cycling jerseys as well as best cycling shoes. You can explore their newer gravel and mountain bike apparel in our gravel bike clothing guide.
Rapha’s well-thought-out kit caters for every level of rider, whether you're starting out with its more-affordable Core line or leading the pack in its ProTeam range. Rapha doesn’t just make cycling clothing and accessories but casual clothing suited to commuting, relaxed rides and wearing off the bike.
The brand's loyal following is well-deserved and hard-won; not only is Rapha clothing consistently well-reviewed but it stands by the quality of its products. All of Rapha’s riding collections are covered by a 30-day free return period, free crash repair service and even a 50% discount as part of its jersey downsize offer (opens in new tab).
Beyond the clothing, Rapha works hard to build cycling communities by sponsoring unique events and through its RCC (Rapha Cycling Club) global community. If you decide to go all-in with Rapha and join RCC, you will be in the company of more than 12,000 members with access to a wealth of perks and benefits. There are special group rides, a members-only kit, and 50% off coffee at the Rapha clubhouses. If you travel often, then the RCC bike hire is a perk that might be especially useful. Having access to a top-quality bike and a computer with local routes on it is tough to find without RCC.
Rapha not for you?
Worry not, there is a load of great clothing on sale from many of the biggest brands on the market. Check out our cycling clothing guide for some fantastic deals, including other big brands like Assos, Gore, Endura, Castelli and more.
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Ben has been a sports journalist for 16 years, covering everything from park football to the Olympic Games. As well as cycling, his passions include podcasts, tennis and speaking enough Italian to get by on his snowboarding trips to the Dolomites. A DIY rider who is almost as happy in the toolbox as he is in the saddle, he is still trying to emulate the feelings he experienced as a nine-year-old on his first Peugeot racer – he couldn’t fathom the down-tube friction shifters then and he’s still wrestling with groupsets now. When he isn’t making a beeline for the nearest Chiltern hill, he is probably tinkering or teaching his kids how to clean a bike properly. He rides a heavily modified 1980 Peugeot PVN10 Super Competition (steel is real) when the road is smooth and dry, and a BMC Alpenchallenge when it’s not.
- Tom WieckowskiTech writer
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