Paris-Roubaix: Moments in History

The Queen of the Classics, L’enfer du Nord, The Hell of the North – the many nicknames of Paris-Roubaix reflect its reputation as probably the hardest one-day race in the world. The cobbles, the dirt, the mud, the crashes; it’s a race that captures the attention like few others.

For this piece we trawled the archives to find some images that capture just how hard Paris-Roubaix is. Not only that but we’ve also pulled together some highlights videos from recent editions to really get you in the mood for Sunday’s race. Enjoy!

Video highlights

2018 Highlights How the Race Was Won
2017 Highlights Last kilometre
2016 Highlights How the Race Was Won
2015 Highlights How the Race Was Won
2014 Highlights How the Race Was Won
2013 Highlights How the Race Was Won
2012 Highlights How the Race Was Won
2011 Highlights Last kilometre
2010 Highlights How the Race Was Won
2009 Highlights How the Race Was Won
Click through for a full preview of the 2019 Paris-Roubaix. This post is an updated version of a post first published in 2014.

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Left: Jens Voigt Right: George Hincapie
























 

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