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  1. General Cycling Discussion
    The latest Specialized Roubaix is more aero and adjustable. Editor's Note: This post was written by RoadBikeReview contributor Willa Williford. All photos are courtesy Specialized. A revamped version of the Specialized Roubaix is available in bike stores today. Just in time for long miles...
  2. Pro Cycling - Tour de France
    Photo courtesy EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale For the first time, the entire EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale team will be aboard the Cannondale Synapse when riders line up for Sunday's brutal Paris-Roubaix. Since the release of the new Cannondale Synapse, they have touted its...
  3. General Cycling Discussion
    Editor's Note: This post is courtesy of the EF Education First - Drapac p/b Cannondale team and was written by communication director Matt Beaudin. All photos are courtesy EF Education First - Drapac p/b Cannondale. Roubaix. Like its contemporary, Flanders, it's a race that only needs one word...
  4. Components, Wrenching
    You don't normally think of aero road bikes as weapon of choice for Paris-Roubaix. But that all changed last year. Mathew Hayman's 2016 Paris-Roubaix win will be remembered for many reasons, one of them being that it was the first Roubaix won on an aero road bike. Flash forward a year and...
  5. Pro Cycling - Tour de France
    Boonen has a record four Paris-Roubaix titles to his name (click to enlarge). "I love the cobbles because it's honest. Just me and the bike." -- Tom Boonen Northern France's cobblestones need no introduction. This is the home of Paris-Roubaix, one of bike racing's great monuments. A successful...
  6. General Cycling Discussion
    This race is virtually flat - sort of (click to enlarge). There is nothing in sport that quite measures up to the chaos and carnage that is Paris-Roubaix. And outside of riding the race yourself, there's no better way to understand the madness then to go along for a virtual ride via this...
  7. General Cycling Discussion
    To the test: The new Lapierre Pulsium takes on the brutally rough roads of Paris-Roubaix. Okay, that headline might be a little bit of a stretch. But with the release of the Pulsium in winter 2014, France's Lapierre will join the growing number of bike makers producing endurance road models...
  8. General Cycling Discussion
    Editor's Note: The Forum Report is a weekly round-up of the most talked about topics within the RoadBikeReview.com forum, the world's busiest road cycling forum. Find out what's moving the needle this week. The world's toughest one-day race, the infamous Peter Sagan podium grab, and alternative...
  9. General Cycling Discussion
    Team rides tactical race to perfection Team Garmin-Cervélo came out of the 'Hell of the North' feeling heavenly as Johan Van Summeren notched this biggest win of his career, riding away from the breakaway to this solo victory. "This is a great win for me and it's thanks to my team that I was...
  10. General Cycling Discussion
    "I've never seen such bad luck! " These were the first words of Sporting Director Wilfried Peeters at the conclusion of the Paris Roubaix. "In all our years racing we have never been so unlucky. We really weren't ever able to express our full potential due to mechanical problems, flat tyres and...
  11. General Cycling Discussion
    The 2011 edition of the Paris Roubaix will take place on Sunday on an hard route of 258 km with 51,5 km of cobblestones. This morning Quick-Step Cycling Team did a reconnaissance ride on the route for the "northern hell". "We pedalled for about 2 and a half hours" explains Sporting Director...
  12. General Cycling Discussion
    BMC has succeeded in gaining an invitation to one of the monuments of cycling. "We are very happy to have been invited to the Paris-Roubaix as it shows the level of confidence that the race organizations have in our future," Directeur Sportif John Lelangue explained. "It is an incredible race...
  13. General Cycling Discussion
    Nic from Specialized shows us Tom Boonen's Roubaix, which he used to win the famed Paris Roubaix race last year. According to Nic, Specialized worked in conjunction with Tom in the development of the new Roubaix, asking the sprinter what he needed to win. Tom's feedback included a longer...
  14. General Cycling Discussion
    Masterlink Films announces the world premiere of their debut film, Road to Roubaix, documenting the most difficult and prestigious one-day road cycling race in the world. New York, New York, June 1, 2008 -- Masterlink films announces the world premiere of its first feature-length documentary...
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