Cobbles, hills and 16,000 friends: Riding the Ronde sportive

Cobbles, hills and 16,000 friends: Riding the Ronde sportive

When it comes to cycling sportives, The Tour of Flanders is the grand classic. Traversing many of the same famous narrow roads and bergs as the WorldTour race, the Belgian sportive has been going on for decades with participation capped at 16,000. Roll Massif’s Ben Delaney jumped into the fray again this year with VeloNews editor Fred Dreier. Read the full article at Cobbles, hills and 16,000 friends: Riding the Ronde sportive on VeloNews.com .

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