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Jens Voigt's final pro bike – complete with 'shut up legs' mantra
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Aero-vent balance, MIPS and bright shells all trending updwards
Patriotic paint, progressive features and prototype Zipp wheels
Filippo Pozzato (Katusha) ran this stealth-black machine in contrast to the rest of the team's bikes with their standard red, white, and blue livery.
Photos from start line in Compiègne
Paris-Roubaix may have delivered to us yet another thrilling edition of the world's greatest one-day bicycle race but we still have lots of bikes and gear to show you from the start area on Compiègne including a closer look at Juan Antonio Flecha's (Sky) Pinarello KOBH, André Greipel's (Omega Pharma-Lotto) Canyon Ultimate AL Classics, Filippo Pozzato's (Katusha) stealth-black Focus, Selle San Marco's redesigned Concor saddle, and more.
So sit back and enjoy the rest of our tech images from the Hell of the North.
Juan Antonio Flecha (Sky) likely made good use of the top-mounted satellite shifter as he made his way over the cobbles. Photo: James Huang
Andre Greipel (Omega Pharma-Lotto) used a Canyon Ultimate AL Pave on his way to his 21st place finish at Paris-Roubaix. Photo: James Huang
Katusha rider Mikhail Ignatiev took an extreme approach to bar padding for Paris-Roubaix. Photo: James Huang
This article first appeared here on BikeRadar.