Founded in 2004, Rapha exists to inspire a life by bike. We believe that it’s never just a ride, and cycling has the power to improve people’s lives but as well as enjoying it for what it is today, we are determined to change cycling and open it up to more people so that they too can discover the joys of riding a bike.

Rapha Clubhouses are inspiring meeting places for cyclists and fans of the sport. Inside you’ll find a retail space stocked with the latest Rapha products, a café serving the finest coffee and great food, as well as an extensive programme of live racing, rides and events. Also home to the local chapter of the Rapha Cycling Club, our Clubhouses can be found in vibrant cycling cities Worldwide.

This is a unique position in an innovative retail environment for an individual with an equal passion for cycling and coffee. Rapha Clubhouses have been created as inspiring meeting places for cycling communities. Inside you’ll find a retail space stocked with the latest Rapha products, limited edition Clubhouse items, and a café serving the finest coffee and food. The Clubhouses also screen live racing and host exhibitions and events. as well as host our own events for the cycling community. We also serve a café menu with the finest quality produce.

THE ROLE

Key responsibilities:

  • Make world class coffee!
  • Sell and serve baked goods and miscellaneous food items to customers
  • Deliver the legendary Rapha experience by engaging, developing and maintaining relationships with all Clubhouse visitors
  • Maintain impeccable café standards
  • Engage with customers on products, events and live racing within the Clubhouse.

THE CANDIDATE

The ideal Barista will have the following skills and qualities:

  • Experience in various methods of coffee preparation 
  • Proven experience of working in a busy coffee environment
  • A passion for delivering a world-class customer experience

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