Photo Gallery: Roubaix Recon

Riders get their final recon ride in prior to Sunday

Gregory Rast (SUI – Trek – Segafredo)
The conditions have left the cobbles a bit more muddy then usual.
Edward Theuns (BEL Team Sunweb) finds the dry cobbles.
Sep Vanmarcke (BEL – EF Education First – Drapac) has been consistent thus far, will Sunday be his day to stand on top?

Even the biggest of the races still have the most basic style of course markings.
Dylan Groenewegen (NED – Team LottoNL – Jumbo) will be hoping to be their in the finish with his fast sprint finish.
Peter Sagan (SVK – Bora – Hansgrohe) suffered a mechanical last year towards the finish, lets hope he has no issues this year.
Peter Sagan (SVK – Bora – Hansgrohe) and his team will be looked upon to do a lot of the work come race day.

Nuno Bico (POR – Movistar) navigates his way through a not so ideal corner.
Greg Van Avermaet (BEL – BMC) will be a contender to take the victory with his current form.
Greg Van Avermaet (BEL – BMC) and Peter Sagan will both be on gold and black bikes.
Alexander Kristoff (NOR – UAE Team Emirates) is hoping to change his quiet season which he has had so far.

Zdenek Stybar (CZE – QuickStep – Floors) looks to keep the winning ways going with his team.
Just your average farm worker sharing the road with a World Tour cyclist.
Philippe Gilbert (BEL – QuickStep – Floors) has shown he’s in fine form and can also contest for the win on Sunday.
Niki Terpstra (NED – QuickStep – Floors) has won here before. Can he do it again?

Photos: Bettini

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