What You Missed At The Paris-Roubaix That Never Happened

There’s no race as ardently mythologised as Paris-Roubaix. Raced through the working-class heartland of France on narrow farming roads and rough sectors of cobbles, the Hell of the North has run for 117 editions, interrupted only by world wars and, this year, coronavirus. With France suffering through an escalating second wave of COVID-19 and the … The post What you missed at the Paris-Roubaix that never happened appeared first on CyclingTips .

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