Let’s indulge in a little revisionist history to construct the Paris-Roubaix that fans were dreaming of in 2017.
Opinions are mixed whether "The Hell of the North" is actually a race Sagan, the two-time defending world champion, can win.
Setting a new record for fastest average speed, Greg Van Avermaet won a dusty, hard edition of Paris-Roubaix, his first ever.
Andrew Hood argues that not giving riders who finish outside the time limit an official result at Roubaix is the wrong approach.
Belgian Greg Van Avermaet rides to his first win at Paris-Roubaix, out-sprinting Zdenek Stybar in the velodrome.
How do we feel about Greg Van Avermaet's Paris-Roubaix win, and was Quick-Step's Boonen-centric tactic the right move?
We take you to northern France, to cobbled sectors and inside of the Roubaix velodrome, in our final dispatch from the cobbled classics.
The Belgian said his Paris-Roubaix victory is special, but a win on his home roads in Flanders is what he ultimately seeks.
Peter Sagan finished the cobbled classics without a victory, caused by some bad luck along the way.
VeloNews goes behind the scenes to showcase some interesting tech solutions and combinations used to combat the cobbles at Paris-Roubaix.