Getting Started1 of 11
Rapha Ambassador Abby Watson discusses with her group of women's ridings before taking on the mileage in Portland, Oregon.
Riding in Style2 of 11
No long ride would be complete without sock doping.
Rapha Pride3 of 11
Women who took on the 100K ride were encouraged to show their participation by putting the pink and blue sticker on the top tube of their bikes.
Keep Smiling4 of 11
The best way to get through a long ride is to just keep pedaling. It helps if you keep a smile on your face.
Ride with a View5 of 11
Women's 100 was also a chance to remind women cyclists that the bike is a great way to get around and see iconic parts of their own hometowns.
Halfway There6 of 11
Ah, 50K in. Breaks, water and food were all necessary (and appreciated) during the Women's 100.
New Roads7 of 11
For many of us, regular distances mean regular scenery. But take that bike on more miles, and you're bound to come across some new roads or trails.
Pushing Through8 of 11
No heat or rain could stop these women.
Tan Lines9 of 11
They're just a part of the sport.
'We Made It'10 of 11
Finishing 100K is something to celebrate.