Roubaix is on the same weekend as the Track Worlds. I'm not sure of his program, maybe he will get to Qatar/Oman (are GE invited?), but will be at home for most of the time. Should get a little bit of racing in before starting preparations for London. Then getting as much road in as possible in prep for the Worlds ITT/TTT.42x16ss said:Durbridge may well be capable of a podium in the TT, there is some string competition though. I also hope he gets to ride Roubaix this year just for the experience.
Of course he might not even be in the track squad of 5 for London, so that would change his season a little. If that were the case it would be interesting to see if he could take Porte's spot in the road squad away from him. Porte looks like he's going to be decent in RRs this year so I'd stick with him unless Durbridge looks like a medal chance in the ITT.