Rouleur Issue 19.2
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"In my day, Sagan wouldn't have won a single race."
Roger De Vlaeminck
Heaven and hell, light and dark, dust and mud, sound and silence. Paris-Roubaix can be a fairytale writer and a nightmare sower; either way, it has become a unique obsession for riders and race fans alike. Rouleur's lovingly-crafted alternative guide to the Hell of the North from start to finish, past, present and future.
We love Paris-Roubaix; Roger De Vlaeminck interview; Breakfast with Prudhomme; Hell of the North in photos; Edvald Boasson Hagen interview; O’Grady and Michaelsen on P-R 2007; Queens of the Classic; Desire, Boulting, Bardet, York and more...
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