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Last weekend 4 members of the RCC, Russ, Walter, Leon and Justin, attempted to complete the Rapha Rising challenge (9366m vertical metres in 9 days) all at once, on Firle Beacon down in Sussex. 1.3km, 130m ascent. Up, down. Up, down. 72 times. Crazy, but quite the challenge. Find out how they got on in this interview with the guys on the Rapha blog and below are some pictures from a long day on a hill.

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Effortless style in Italy last weekend

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Ice scream stop, Newlyn (from Culinary Cornwall).

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The Gurnard’s Head, the last stop on our Culinary Cornwall tour back in May. Full gallery here.

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