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Like the Paris-Nice Challenge and the Liège-Bastogne-Liège Challenge, the Paris-Roubaix Challenge offers amateur cyclists the possibility of getting as close as possible to a legendary professional race: Paris-Roubaix.

Just a few hours before the pro men and women, amateurs from around the globe will get to test their mettle against the legend of the Hell of the North and its fabled cobbled sectors, including the Carrefour de l'Arbre and the Trouée d'Arenberg.

There are three increasingly difficult routes on offer. There is a legendary race for everyone, covering distances from 70km, 145km or 170km. Course assistants will be on hand along the route to make it easier for you to
on open roads.

Paris-Roubaix Challenge is a challenge ride held on roads open to traffic. As a result, you must always follow the rules of the road (e.g. traffic lights, right of way, and stop and yield signs).

Be cautious and follow the safety rules:

  • Stick to the right side
  • Overtake exclusively on the left side.
  • Adjust your speed to the weather conditions, especially in the cobbled sectors
  • Do not overestimate your physical condition"


However, the real spirit of the Paris–Roubaix Challenge is to take up the challenge with friends and to cross the finish line at the famous Roubaix Velodrome together. The shared experience continues just after the race because you will be able to watch the finish of Paris–Roubaix Femmes and, the next day, cheer on together the greatest cyclists who will try to get their name on the history of Paris–Roubaix.