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Paris-Roubaix tech gallery: The bikes that took on the 2018 cobbles

The race is over, the bodies are battered and bruised, and the machines that carried the riders to the finish will now be cleaned, repair...

CyclingTips Podcast: We have Roubaix fever and there is no cure

The 2018 edition of Paris-Roubaix was chaotic and beautiful, but also marked by devastation. In this podcast we discuss Michael Goolaerts...

Photo gallery: The pain and glory of the 2018 Paris-Roubaix

The 116th edition of the 'Hell of the North' was held on Sunday and it was a true spectacle. QuickStep Floors had been dominant throughou...

Eighth at Roubaix: Phinney hates the term ‘comeback,' but this is his story now

There are three different muscles cramping in Taylor Phinney’s left leg. He points at them, one by one. You can see them quivering, shaki...

Cancellara on Sagan’s Paris-Roubaix masterpiece: ‘It was beautiful’

Three-time Paris-Roubaix champion Fabian Cancellara watched Peter Sagan’s victorious ride on Sunday from Park City, Utah, where he was at...

Michael Goolaerts dies after Paris-Roubaix cardiac arrest

Twenty-three-year-old Belgian rider Michael Goolaerts (Veranda's Willems-Crelan) has died after going into cardiac arrest during Sunday's...

After a long-range attack, Sagan takes a definitive victory at Paris-Roubaix

World champion Peter Sagan answered all critics and crossed a major career objective off his list Sunday with a demonstrative, emphatic v...

Ghosts of the Peloton: Roubaix winner Charles Crupelandt, 'Bull of the North'

This weekend the best Classics riders in the world take to the cobbled farm roads of northern France for one of the biggest one-day races...

Preview: Your guide to the 2018 Paris-Roubaix

It's time for arguably the biggest one-day race of them all: Paris-Roubaix. Few races capture the imagination like "The Hell of the North...

Cycling on a treadmill? How Tony Martin is preparing for Paris-Roubaix

Compile a list of the greatest-ever time-triallists and Tony Martin (Katusha-Alpecin) will either be at the very top or in second place. ...