In cycling's modern era, the Ardennes classics are won with a combination of supreme endurance, climbing talent, and above all, patience.
Andrew Hood argues that not giving riders who finish outside the time limit an official result at Roubaix is the wrong approach.
Peter Sagan finished the cobbled classics without a victory, caused by some bad luck along the way.
Against the odds, Sebastian Langeveld gave his team its first Roubaix podium since Johan Van Summeren won here in 2011.
The 'Hell of the North' has never been a big draw for Americans, and this year sees only one American starting the 115th edition of Roubaix.
VeloNews chatted to a few top pros during team presentations to get their take on what we can expect in the 'Hell of the North' on
BMC Racing knew they had a keeper in Greg Van Avermaet. While bigger names would come and go, BMC put their faith in Van Avermaet.
Here are seven Roubaix underdogs that might upset the five-star favorites on the cobblestones this Sunday.
Tom Boonen is one of the peloton's most popular riders. But though Roubaix favorites admire his career, they won't cut him slack on Sunday.
Four-time winner Tom Boonen will be a marked rider at Paris-Roubaix. Here are four keys to his bid for a record fifth Roubaix title.