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3 responses to “Paris-Roubaix: Was it the rider or the bike?”

  1. Richard Masoner

    Either way, it’s great PR for Specialized.

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  3. J

    Undoubtedly, it was the rider. No one else could even begin to hang at that level and 47
    km to go. Let’s just hope we never find out that some other “magic” was involved, and that ut was all training periodization and skill.

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