The 115th edition Paris-Roubaix offered all the thrills, chills and spills to be expected from the 'Queen of the Classics' – and then
Against the odds, Sebastian Langeveld gave his team its first Roubaix podium since Johan Van Summeren won here in 2011.
Tom Boonen said he had no regrets after the final race of his career ended in a disappointing finish at the prestigious Paris-Roubaix.
Greg van Avermaet overcame a mid-race crash to claim his first 'Monument' race in a dramatic sprint victory at Paris-Roubaix on Sunday.
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.
A year ago Mathew Hayman denied Tom Boonen a record-extending fifth Roubaix win and he believes he can spoil Boonen's party once again.
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.
American-style "Roubaix" races can't match the real thing in terms of the route, but the post-race food? I think the U.S. has the edge here.