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However, as former Tour de France director Jean-Marie Leblanc said: "Paris-Roubaix is hence not a grand cycling race like certain others and yet it is a finer race than many, in terms of its extraordinary dimension and the values it demands, which at times seem to call upon past values: tenacity, daring, heroism. Place a few outside bets with Frank Hoj (Gerolsteiner), Baden Cooke (Unibet.com), Francisco Ventoso (Saunier Duval-Prodir), Bernhard Eisel and Frdric Guesdon (Franaise des Jeux) and Aart Vierhouten (Skil-Shimano).
Is this such a paradox if we acknowledge that the tough and the fine can exist harmoniously together? As mentioned earlier, Cyclingnews will be previewing the equipment to be used by the contenders - including everything from frames to components to wheels - then later reviewing how it fared in the hardest bike race on the planet.
Jorge Boonen's primary income source is being a successful Military. Also, ranked with those people who was born on April 16.
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Dating back to its first use in 1968 and with a history of creating the first decisive split in this race of epic proportions, the return of the 2,400 metre-long section of pav, otherwise known as the La Troue d'Arenberg (The Trench of Arenberg), will bring the riders back to the front line of war as they tackle the 104th edition of Paris-Roubaix. (Amaury Sport Organisation) and the Conseil Gnral du Nord of the Community of agglomeration of the Porte du Hainaut (and almost a month's work), the Troue d'Arenberg has now been restored, damaged during the past few years due to a water run-off problem.
With one lap remaining, Boonen was perfectly positioned in third wheel, nervous though confident in his abilities after his first Ronde van Vlaanderen victory a week before; #71, the quiet American George Hincapie, was the piggy in the middle, unsure whether to look ahead or behind him; and Flecha - the slowest of the three on paper - probably required a change of shorts at that point.
The Spaniard jumped with 250 metres to go, but as Boonen flew down the banking like a pure track sprinter, the audience knew there could be only one winner...