The rider affectionately known as "Pino" won Paris-Roubaix and Flèche Wallonne in 1960, and finished third in the worlds road race
Pino Cerami is surprised by Boonen's return to the top; Niki Terpstra welcomes rainy Roubaix; Wouter Mol out four weeks with a broken
1. Bert SCHEIRLINCKX, (BEL) Landbouwkrediet-Colnago, in 4:48:45 2. Marco MARCATO, (ITA) Vacansoleil-DCM, at 0 3. Ben HERMANS, (BEL)
Chris Sutton's Team Sky Pinarello and Johnny Clarke's UHC Boardman
2010 Grand Prix Pino Cerami results
Basque hills and French cobblestones dominate what’s sure to be an action-packed week of racing in Europe.
The Grand Prix Pino Cerami is a 193.3-km race in the Belgian province of Hainaut. It is a UCI 1.1 category race that began in 1964.