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Paris-Roubaix 2021 was scheduled for 11 April, but was postponed to 3 October 2021.

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Paris-Roubaix 2021

Paris–Roubaix is a one-day professional men's cycling competition scheduled to take place on Sunday, 3 October in northern France, starting north of Paris and finishing in Roubaix, at the border with Belgium. It is one of the oldest cycling races and one of Europe's Monuments or classics and leads to the UCI World Ranking.

Paris-Roubaix is popular for rugged terrain and pavings with the E3 Harelbeke, Tour of Flanders, and Gent-Wevelgem, a cobblestone classic, as well as for their pavements. Identified also as the "Hell of the North," it is one of the most complicated one-day races for cyclists with a challenging bunch of cobbled areas before the Roubaix Velodrome finishes. It will be the Paris-118th Roubaix's event and the 23rd event of the UCI World Tour in 2021.

The Route

On Sunday, the route of Paris-Roubaix has been revealed almost more or less similar to the previous routes, which easily makes sense. If it's whirling dust or slick cobblestones, the race is just to be entertaining. The 2021 race will pass a distance of around 259 kilometers, with more than one-fifth on pavé from hell.

Before the end line in the Roubaix Velodrome, the punchers had to experience a frightening bunch of cobbled sectors. If a rider is to pick up the iconic paved trophy awarded the winner, not to refer to a big piece of luck, a perfect mixture of position, strength, and tactics is necessitated. In view of the situation, technical failures at Roubaix are possible, and the time between winning and losing will be the difference.

The start of the 100 km run is something of a warm-up for the racers, with all the cobbles on the road afterward. It is near Troisvilles, the initial range of pavé. The core of the race is considered the Arenberg Forest, likely all riders want to pass along the way. When riders reach this, the place is referred to Trouée of Arenberg, a 2.284 m long stretch, which is shaded by overly sprawling trees on either side, the tension normally begins to expand. The road runs directly through the forest and is elevated and wrecks lurk because of its gradual descent in the first half.

When the pavé enters Wandignies-Hamage, Paris-Roubaix is on fire and the road heads on to Mons-en-Pévèle. The mixture of about 2958 meters in length and the wretched condition of the cobbles depicts a harsh peloton hardship.

Although riders departing Mons-en-Pévèle, there are still eleven sectors waiting. On the trot the racers manage the pavé of Mérignies à Avelin nearly 700 m, Pont-Thibault à Ennevelin about 1400 m, Templeuve – L'Epinette around 200 m, Bourghelles à Wannehain around 1,100 metres, Templeuve-Moulin-de-Vertain nearly 500 m, Cysoing à Bourghelles around 1300 m, and Camphin-en-Pévèle nearly 1,800 metres. These are seven cobbles and all of which are negotiated with ability, power, and a great deal of luck within 20 kilometers.

The riders hit the iconic Carrefour de l’Arbre with 16.5 kilometers left. At 2,086 meters, this stretch of pavé is feared for the sloped corners. After 1,200 meters a tricky left-hand bend leads to a slight ascent. If specialists want to strike on their beloved pavé, the Carrefour de l’Arbre is their last opportunity. In the end, the riders turn right at Restaurant l’Arbre Gruson before they are treated with the heavenly feel of smooth asphalt almost all the way around 15 kilometers to the Velodrome in Roubaix.

With 16.5 kilometers, the riders arrived at the famed Carrefour de l'Arbre. This section of pavé is worried at 2086 meters for the sloping corners. A tough left turn leads to a slight climb after 1,200 meters. The Carrefour of Arbre is your last chance if specialists wish to strike on their favorite pavé.

Taking the last cobbled field of the Roubaix, only two more innocuous sectors - Gruson and Willems à Hem - are a tribute to the race. The cobbles are organized in order to discourage significant difficulty. However, I should dream from here into the old Velodrome with one and a half loops to go.

Participating Teams

As the race is mostly old and refers to a cobbled classic competition to the riders, there are seen many riders show interest to win the race. In addition to experienced riders, many freshers from different countries take part in the race to keep their great accomplishments. However, here are shown below the competitors and competing teams.

Top competitors: Sénéchal Florian, Van Avermaet Greg, Stuyven Jasper, Lampaert Yves, Naesen Oliver, Vanmarcke Sep, Štybar Zdeněk, Teunissen Mike,Wallays Jelle.

Competing teams: UAE-Team Emirates, Trek - Segafredo(Stuyven, Stuyven), EF Education - Nippo, Team BikeExchange, Team Qhubeka ASSOS, Groupama - FDJ, Movistar Team, Intermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux, BORA - hansgrohe, Cofidis, Solutions Crédits(Wallays, Wallays), Lotto Soudal, Astana - Premier Tech, INEOS Grenadiers, Deceuninck - Quick Step(Štybar, Lampaert), Team Jumbo-Visma(Teunissen, Teunissen), Alpecin-Fenix, Team Arkéa Samsic, Team Total Direct Energie, B&B Hotels p/b KTM, Bingoal Pauwels Sauces WB

Recent Winners

Belgian professional racer Philippe Gilbert, who won the recent race for UCI WorldTeam Lotto–Soudal in 2021. He took his first position defeating Nils Politt (Team Katusha–Alpecin) and Yves Lampaert (Deceuninck–Quick-Step).

There are other recent winners from different countries such as Peter Sagan (Bora–Hansgrohe) 2018, Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing Team) 2017, Mathew Hayman (Orica–GreenEDGE) 2016, John Degenkolb (Team Giant–Alpecin) 2015.