Whether it’s your first 100km or you’re a seasoned endurance rider, come join us for a series of progression rides this summer to prepare for Rapha Women’s 100 on Sunday, 18 September 2022.
Coureur Bxl x Rapha Women’s 100KM
As the final ride of our Project100 series, we’ll have a 100KM ride on Sunday, 18 September 2022. In addition to building the route and being our starting location, Coureur Brussels will support us with a fuel station at the half-way point. Join us at 8:30AM for coffee and snacks, we ride out together at 9:30AM. More details to be announced. Stay tuned!
✨ 👉To off-set the gender pay gap in Belgium, Coureur Brussels is offering a 13% discount on Rapha kit from 13-17 September 2022. Don’t miss out! 👈✨
⚠️ Road or gravel bike required
Got questions? Send us an email 💌
Led by our fearless ride leader, Marie B., we’re launching monthly summer rides to support riders who want to reach their first 100km in September.
It’s recommended to join with a road or gravel bike*. Rides are ‘tempo pace’, 21-23km p/h avg.
- Sun. 26 June ’22 (70KM) – 9:30AM
- Sun. 24 July ’22 (80KM) – 9:30AM
- Sun. 18 Sept. ’22 (100KM) – 9:00AM
Dates and meeting locations TBC.
Come to one or ride them all, you choose!
We have a strict no-drop policy.
*If you don’t have the right equipment, but are keen to join, please send us an email. We’ll try to help you.
- Wear a helmet
- Carry a spare inner tube and tools
- Bring water and snacks
- Each rider is responsible for their own insurance coverage and Casual Cycling Club (CCC) cannot be held liable for any problems occurring during the ride.
- We use Cycling Vlaanderen insurance (choose ‘Casual Cycling Club’ as your club during registration for a discount)
- Read and agree to CCC’s Terms & Conditions.
Route is shared with registered participants at least one or two days before the ride.
If you are interesting in supporting us as a ride leader or have questions, please send us an email.
Marie joined us on one of our first rides, and we immediately fell in love with her enthusiasm for cycling and supporting others.
This year she’s challenging herself to ride longer distances and climb more.
Whether on or off the bike, Marie is always down for snacks.