Paris - Roubaix 2021 (03.10)

Route






Secteurs pavés
#30: Troisvilles à Inchy, 2 200 m
#29: Viesly à Quiévy, 1 800 m
#28: Quiévy à Saint-Python, 3 700 m
#27: Saint-Python, 1 500 m
#26: Haussy à Saint-Martin-sur-Écaillon, 800 m
#25: Saint-Martin-sur-Écaillon à Vertain, 2 300 m
#24: Capelle à Ruesnes, 1 700 m
#23: Artres à Quérénaing, 1 300 m
#22: Quérénaing à Maing, 2 500 m
#21: Maing à Monchaux-sur-Ecaillon, 1 600 m
#20: Haveluy à Wallers, 2 500 m
#19: Trouée d'Arenberg, 2 300 m
#18: Wallers à Hélesmes, 1 600 m
#17: Hornaing à Wandignies, 3 700 m
#16: Warlaing à Brillon, 2 400 m
#15: Tilloy à Sars-et-Rosières, 2 400 m
#14: Beuvry à Orchies, 1 400 m
#13: Orchies, 1 700 m
#12: Auchy à Bersée, 2 700 m
#11: Mons-en-Pévèle, 3 000 m
#10: Mérignies à Avelin, 700 m
#9: Pont-Thibault à Ennevelin, 1 400 m
#8: Templeuve, 200 m + 500 m
#7: Cysoing à Bourghelles, 1 300 m
#6: Bourghelles à Wannehain, 1 100 m
#5: Camphin-en-Pévèle, 1 800 m
#4: Carrefour de l'Arbre, 2 100 m
#3: Gruson, 1 100 m
#2: Willems à Hem, 1 400 m
#1: Roubaix (Espace Charles Crupelandt), 300 m


Teams
Lotto - Soudal (Gilbert, Degenkolb)
Bora - Hansgrohe (Sagan, Politt, Schachmann)
Deceuninck - Quick-Step (Asgreen, Ballerini, Lampaert, Stybar, Sénéchal)
Jumbo - Visma (van Aert)
Israel Start-Up Nation (Vanmarcke)
Alpecin - Fenix (van der Poel, Philipsen, Dillier)
Trek - Segafredo (Stuyven, Pedersen)
Bahrain Victorious (Colbrelli, Haussler)
Ag2r Citroën Team (van Avermaet, Naesen)
Groupama - FDJ (Küng, Démare)
EF Education - Nippo (Langeveld)
Cofidis (Drucker)
UAE Team Emirates (Kristoff, Trentin)
Ineos Grenadiers (van Baarle, Moscon, Kwiatkowski)
TotalEnergies (Turgis, Terpstra, Petit)
Team BikeExchange
Delko
Team DSM
Intermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux
Team Qhubeka - NextHash
Movistar Team
Team Arkéa - Samsic
Astana Pro Team
B&B Hôtels - KTM
Bingoal - Pauwels Sauces - WB


Let the rain dances and voodoo begin!

The last edition with rain was the sensational debut of Tom Boonen, now more than 19 years ago. With Samuel Dumoulin's career ending at the end of 2019, there is now no active rider who has done this race in the rain. So we will see carnage here.
 
Yeah, but the whole Quickstep team is stacked.
This one should also suit Wout more than the short climbs at the WC climbs. The other 2 Germans to watch out for are Walscheid and Degenkolb. I'm also curious to see what an 84kg rouleur with a good sprint like Jonathan Milan can do on this kind of terrain.
Indeed, Senechal seems in good form and this is the big goal for Lampaert who was great here in last edition. And then there's Asgreen who had bad legs yesterday but should be a top 10 favorite.
 
This one should also suit Küng a lot more than short cobbled climbs, he's another one to watch.
No idea what to expect from Colbrelli in this one, but his team is actually looking good. Milan, Sieberg, Haussler and Haller all have the right skillset for this race.
Astana's team looks really bad for this one, Movistar is actually better than they have been in a long time (Cortina, Erviti, Norsgaard and Hollmann)
 
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This one should also suit Küng a lot more than short cobbled climbs, he's another one to watch.
No idea what to expect from Colbrelli in this one, but his team is actually looking good. Milan, Sieberg, Haussler and Haller all have the right skillset for this race.
Astana's team looks really bad for this one, Movistar is actually better than they have been in a long time (Cortina, Erviti, Norsgaard and Hollmann)
I wonder if Colbrelli just isn't over his peak right now. I reckon flying during Benelux was too early for the Worlds and especially Roubaix.
 
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