Rapha's Peace Race Game Celebrates the History of the Competition

By: Laura McQuarrie - Oct 28, 2016
References: pages.rapha.cc & wallpaper
The Peace Race was a multi-stage cycling competition that was originally created to help relieve some of the tensions between Central European countries following World War II. While the last event was held in 2006, it still inspires many, including British cycling brand Rapha.

Rapha created a collection of commemorative items inspired by the Peace Race including a jersey, a silk scarf and a board game. The Peace Race board game uses a blue dice and a yellow dice to help players move their riders closer to winning by collecting prizes over the twelve game stages.

The Peace Race board game was developed with help from cycling historian Herbie Sykes and the collectible can be purchased as an add-on to the Peace Race Jersey.