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Ineos’ young star Josua Tarling

The world of professional cycling is always on the lookout for the next generation of talent, and the latest prodigy to make headlines is...

Geulhemmerberg: A Key Amstel Gold Race Climb

The Geulhemmerberg, a picturesque hill nestled in the Limburg region of the Netherlands, is an essential part of the prestigious Amstel Gold Race. This...

The Iconic Cauberg Climb: Valkenburg’s Cycling Gem

The Cauberg climb, located in the Dutch province of Limburg, is one of the most iconic and challenging ascents in professional cycling. Steeped in...

Carrefour de l’Arbre: The Decisive Moment of Paris-Roubaix

On April 9th, 1989, Carrefour de l'Arbre became the defining moment of Paris-Roubaix. The cobblestone sector, notorious for its difficulty and danger, saw Belgian legend Eddy Planckaert break away from the pack and secure his victory. This iconic moment has been etched into the history of the race, serving as a testament to the strength and determination required to conquer the "Hell of the North."

Mons-en-Pévèle: the relatively forgotten 5 star Paris Roubaix sector

The cobbled sector of Mons-en-Pévèle is synonymous with toughness and pain in the cycling world. It's a defining feature of the Paris Roubaix race and a true test of a rider's ability to endure. With its treacherous terrain and unforgiving gradient, this grueling stretch of road separates the wheat from the chaff and crowns the race's ultimate champion.

Arenberg Forest: The Brutal Cobbles of Paris Roubaix

The Arenberg Forest is one of the most famous cobbled sections of the Paris Roubaix race, known for its brutal conditions and challenging terrain. Riders must navigate 2.4 kilometers of uneven, jagged cobblestones at high speeds, testing their strength and endurance to the limit. The section has seen some of the most epic battles in the history of the race, with riders pushing themselves to the brink of exhaustion in pursuit of victory. Despite its difficulty, the Arenberg Forest remains a beloved part of the Paris Roubaix route, and riders continue to dream of conquering its unforgiving cobbles.

Pogacar ticks off Flanders on his hunt to win all of the Monuments

Tadej Pogacar further entered the record books as his palmares takes a whole new boost by winning the 2023 Tour of Flanders. The Slovenian...

What are the toughest cobbles in Paris Roubaix?

Paris Roubaix is a prestigious one-day cycling race held annually in Northern France. It is considered one of the most difficult and challenging races...