Colbrelli has always been godlike in bad weather and better on the climbs that are a few min long than the really short ramps, so him being good at this kind of efforts makes sense.
- Rides his first Paris Roubaix at the age of 31.
- Wins the whole thing.
The guy attacked with 90kms to go, you can't blame him for riding smart later on.
Emm happy for him but that 'crying' was a bit unrealWho can listen to that crying and hate I how he won
Yep. Exactly the reason I would have liked to see him pull through more often and longer but that's not on him and it certainly paid off. Honestly I was surprised Mathieu didn't insist on him coming through in that long period when they were chasing before they caught Vermeersch.And you could see Sonny follow some of MVDPs accelerations with the look of ease on the bike. He looked strong all day.
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