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Signature tires and a highly customized brake setup
A look at the school, the races and the future of this unique 'sport'
See how nearly every bicycle saddle is made
Ever wonder how FSA does it? Take a walk through the factory and find out
Paris-Roubaix is known as the Queen of the Classics and no other one day race showcases the best features of cycling, with a thrilling combination of strength, a brutal course, iconic scenery and a history of mammoth battles.
The 2011 Paris-Roubaix looks set to be another cracker, with a tougher course, more cobbles and plenty of teams and riders coming into the race with a point to prove.
Fast wheel changes help racers in cobbled Classic
Sky rider forced out after bike broken in crash
US champion survives first attempt at Queen Classic
No broken bones for Hammond
HTC-Highroad DS Holm praises Danish rider
Victims endure Paris-Roubaix's wrath
38-year-old Slovenian champion active on the front on cobbles.
ProTeam application not a factor in suspension 12 months ago, says Ochowicz
"If I had stopped for coffee, they would have done the same"
Team Sky rider unable to respond to Van Summeren's attack
Third place in Paris-Roubaix "greatest day ever" for Rabobank rider
A photographic look back at the Queen of the classics
Former cyclo-cross world champion sticks with his tried-and-true for Paris-Roubaix
Former winner's steed epitomizes the equipment craziness of Paris-Roubaix
Garmin-Cervélo come good on the big stage
The moments that made the races
Meeting the challenges of the cobbles
Boutique rubber and custom hoops
Photos from start line in Compiègne
Cervélo wins its third with Johan Van Summeren
Mark Cavendish wins Scheldeprijs on Specialized's new McLaren Venge and Shimano Dura-Ace Di2