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Paris-Roubaix 2017 odds

Who wins Paris-Roubaix 2017?

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Altro1.011.01
Peter Sagan4.333.75
John Degenkolb9.007.00
Sep Vanmarcke9.007.00
Tom Boonen10.007.00
Zdenek Stybar13.0010.00
Greg Van Avermaet13.0011.00
Alexander Kristoff17.0010.00
Niki Terpstra19.0010.00
Ian Stannard19.0017.00
Edvald Boasson Hagen26.0018.00
Lars Boom29.0011.00
Geraint Thomas41.0017.00
Luke Rowe41.0023.00
Jasper Stuyven41.0041.00
Mathew Hayman41.0041.00
André Greipel51.0037.00
Jürgen Roelandts51.0041.00
Jens Debusschere51.0041.00
Arnaud Démare51.0051.00
Tony Martin67.0041.00
Yves Lampaert67.0051.00
Stijn Vandenbergh67.0067.00
Tiesj Benoot81.0031.00
Oliver Naesen81.0067.00
Jens Keukeleire81.0081.00
Matteo Trentin101.0081.00
Fernando Gaviria101.00101.00
Philippe Gilbert101.00101.00
Bert De Backer126.00101.00
Heinrich Haussler126.00101.00
Daniel Oss126.00126.00
Filippo Pozzato126.00126.00
Taylor Phinney151.0031.00
Stijn Devolder151.00101.00
Dylan Van Baarle151.00126.00
Sébastien Turgot151.00151.00
Martin Elmiger201.00126.00
Adrien Petit201.00151.00
Marcel Sieberg201.00151.00
Sylvain Chavanel201.00151.00
Daniele Bennati201.00201.00
Matti Breschel201.00201.00
Jempy Drucker251.0081.00
Florian Senechal251.00201.00
Luke Durbridge251.00201.00
Ramon Sinkeldam251.00201.00
Gianni Moscon251.00251.00
Imanol Erviti251.00251.00
Mathieu Ladagnous251.00251.00
Aleksejs Saramotins301.00201.00
Mark Cavendish301.00201.00
Guillaume Van Keirsbulck301.00251.00
Sebastian Langeveld301.00251.00
Baptiste Planckaert301.00301.00
Damien Gaudin301.00301.00
Edward Theuns301.00301.00
Filippo Ganna301.00301.00
Lars Bak301.00301.00
Maarten Tjallingii301.00301.00
Maarten Wynants301.00301.00
Manuel Quinziato301.00301.00
Marcus Burghardt301.00301.00
Nikias Arndt301.00301.00
Tyler Farrar301.00301.00
Grégory Rast401.00301.00
Laurens De Vreese401.00301.00
Marco Marcato401.00301.00
Tom Van Asbroeck401.00301.00
Alexis Gougeard401.00401.00
Bernhard Eisel401.00401.00
Borut Bozic401.00401.00
Mads Pedersen401.00401.00
Michael Schär401.00401.00
Mitchell Docker401.00401.00
Nelson Oliveira401.00401.00
Salvatore Puccio401.00401.00
Scott Thwaites401.00401.00
Stefan Küng401.00401.00
Magnus Cort501.00301.00
Danny Van Poppel501.00401.00
Mike Teunissen501.00401.00
Silvan Dillier501.00401.00
Dylan Groenewegen501.00501.00
Francisco Ventoso501.00501.00
Giacomo Nizzolo501.00501.00
Johan Le Bon501.00501.00
Nikolas Maes501.00501.00
Sven Erik Bystrøm501.00501.00
Yoann Offredo501.00501.00
Bert Van Lerberghe601.00401.00
Koen De Kort601.00401.00
Andreas Schillinger601.00501.00
Christophe Laporte601.00501.00
Frederik Backaert601.00501.00
Amaury Capiot601.00601.00
Christopher Juul-Jensen601.00601.00
Cyril Lemoine601.00601.00
David Per601.00601.00
Davide Cimolai601.00601.00
Davide Martinelli601.00601.00
Edward Planckaert601.00601.00
Gijs Van Hoecke601.00601.00
Iljo Keisse601.00601.00
Jan Bárta601.00601.00
Jelle Wallays601.00601.00
Jenthe Biermans601.00601.00
Jonathan Dibben601.00601.00
José Joaquín Rojas601.00601.00
Jos Van Emden601.00601.00
Kenneth Van Bilsen601.00601.00
Marc Sarreau601.00601.00
Michael Mørkøv601.00601.00
Owain Doull601.00601.00
Rudy Barbier601.00601.00
Søren Kragh Andersen601.00601.00
Zico Waeytens601.00601.00
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The 2017 Paris-Roubaix Challenge in April 2017 gives you the opportunity to ride nearly the full route including all of the cobbles of one of the oldest and most significant of cycling events, the day before the Pro race. As in 2016 the 2017 Roubaix Challenge event will be held the day before the Paris Roubaix Pro Race. Sports tours international offers guaranteed entry to this enormously popular, mythical race.

The organisers say: "The ultimate challenge is to ride the 170km from Busigny to Roubaix, on the same course as the pros will do the day after. However, the routes of 139k and 70k will also leave you plenty of opportunity to get to know the tough cobblestone sections of the mythical Paris-Roubaix race."

The full length 170km route features 28 sections of pavé, with each one given a star rating to indicate difficulty. It is on the trail of the legendary Roubaix velodrome that competitors of the three courses will finish their race. They can eat and shower on the same places where the winners of the professional race as the great Eddy Merckx or Bernard Hinault have written the most beautiful pages of their careers.

Lampre-Merida has already announced it’s using disc brakes throughout the cobbled Classics, and several other teams have been testing them. A muddy Paris-Roubaix might be just the incentive teams need to embrace the new technology.

Mathew Hayman is title holder. In 2016, he oupowered Tom Boonen, Ian Stannard and Sep Vanmarcke on the line. Mathew Hayman (Orica-GreenEdge) became only the second Australian to win Paris-Roubaix, edging out four-time winner Tom Boonen in a chaotic 2016 edition of the race. The 37-year-old, starting his 16th Paris-Roubaix, made his way into the day’s breakaway and clung on to Boonen’s group after it swept them up in the final 100km. Leading into the Roubaix velodrome, Hayman and Boonen fought it out for the line, with the Australian coming out on top. Team Sky‘s Ian Stannard finished third, equalling the best British performance in race history.

Will it be Hayman going back to back in 2017, will we see the re-emergence of one of the classic specialists like Tom Boonen or will Peto Sagan build on his 2016 classics form? We can guarantee one thing we’ll be there on the side of the road, ready to see the action unfold, with front row seats to the Queen of the Spring Classics.

“The support during the sportive was perfect, always at the right place at the right time. The pro race experience was incredible, jumping from cobbled sector to cobbled sector perfectly timed and planned by our guide, leaving us to enjoy the spectacle – if you are a fan of pro cycling you HAVE to experience it” - Francis Jago, UK – Paris Roubaix 2016.

Tom Boonen, who re-enlisted at Etixx-Quick Step, announced that he will bow out after the 2017 edition of Paris-Roubaix, his favorite race. The Belgian said his ambitions: "In summary, I had two tracks: either a new challenge and possibly keep going a little long or stay where I was around people who always believed in me, who have always been there for me through good and bad times "

Other favorite for the win are Alexander Kristoff, Peter Sagan and Niki Terpstra.