Stone stories: Personal tales from Paris-Roubaix

Stone stories: Personal tales from Paris-Roubaix

COMPIEGNE, France (VN) — Mitch Docker was crushed. His Paris-Roubaix was over. As the peloton charged into the bone-rattling cobblestones at Troisvilles à Inchy, the opening sector of the 2017 race, Docker felt his tire go soft. It was the worst moment for a mechanical calamity, and Docker knew it. Docker had emotional weight behind […] Read the full article at Stone stories: Personal tales from Paris-Roubaix on VeloNews.com .

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