Mental grit, a never-say-die approach, and the all-important Arenberg are essential to Roubaix success, but there is no one winning formula.
Due to their length, the five monuments of cycling are in a class of their own when it comes to the physical demands. Paris-Roubaix may be the hardest of all.
Though Team Sky dominates the grand tours, it has struggled to shine in the northern classics. The team has never won a Paris-Roubaix title. Could this be the year?
The Belgian super team hasn't won Paris-Roubaix in five years. It's hoping it can keep its classics season's winning streak alive at the "Hell of the North."
With its punishing pavé and hard-man racing style, Paris-Roubaix favors the toughest men in the peloton. We look at five dark horses for Sunday.
After a top-10 result in Paris-Roubaix 2018, expectations are high for Phinney, but a nagging knee injury has limited his racing in the early classics.