Trek-Segafredo rides Roubaix with two good options: former winner Degenkolb and Stuyven. Plus young Pedersen is peaking.
Top riders Peter Sagan, Greg Van Avermaet, and Niki Terpstra get a feel for the rough, muddy cobblestones of Roubaix.
Most of the favorites for Paris-Roubaix are opting to use caliper brakes instead of discs for faster wheel changes if they flat.
The Recon Ride takes a deeper dive into the parcours and the list of pre-race favorites for Paris-Roubaix.
Without a speedy finisher like Tom Boonen or the injured Fernando Gaviria, Quick-Step's only option to win Roubaix is to attack.
Here's a look at nine of the favorites for "The Hell of the North," a 257km run from Compiègne to Roubaix.
After barnstorming across the 2018 northern classics season, the biggest prize is on offer Sunday for Quick-Step at Roubaix.
The Belgian won nearly every major cobbled race last spring, but he's come up short this year each time.
Only two riders in the current peloton have raced a Paris-Roubaix in wet and muddy conditions, which last occurred in 2002.
Here's a preliminary start list for Paris-Roubaix. Check back for updates as more teams confirm their rosters.