A close-up look at the Australian's purpose-built ride
Australian's 2015 Tinkoff-Saxo team bike
Winner of the 2015 Tour Down Under
New and old kicks and lids seen at WorldTour race
There is no other race in the world like the Paris-Roubaix. The French race is known as the 'Hell of the North' thanks to its torturous pavé sectors and the many stories of pain and destruction that they hold.
Dreams of riders like George Hincapie and Johan Museeuw have ended in tears along the roadside, but the risks make victory in the velodrome that much sweeter. After 260 kilometres, around 50 on pavé, the race ends with one and a half laps on Roubaix's outdoor track.
Win in Roubaix, the third of the Monuments, and you are considered a god. Riders like Fausto Coppi, Rik Van Looy, Eddy Merckx, Francesco Moser, Sean Kelly and Tom Boonen have tamed Paris-Roubaix's pavé for the well-earned status.
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Caffeine, ibuprofen in white powder
British fan refuses to reveal rider's identity
Only two finishers for the Italian team on the pavé
Terpstra, an individualist in a team role
Fatter tyres, grip tape and mechanics' innovations
Belkin rider outnumbered in finale
We were good, but not good enough, says Peiper
FDJ rider twelfth after two punctures and a fall
Sixth place for Slovak after defiant showing
Czech star heads next to Amstel Gold
Recon rides start for Sunday's Hell of the North
Bikes and gear for surviving the cobbles
Spartacus stays the course