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Organizers rate 28 cobbled sectors of 2014 Paris-Roubaix

  • By VeloNews.com
  • Published Apr. 7, 2014
  • Updated Apr. 11, 2014 at 11:44 AM EDT
The Wallers sector is among the 28 sections of cobbles on tap for Sunday's Paris-Roubaix. Photo: BrakeThrough Media | VeloNews.com

Paris-Roubaix organizers have rated the 28 cobblestone sectors for the race’s 112th edition, which takes place Sunday in northern France.

Representatives from Tour de France owner ASO, Christian Prudhomme, Jean-François Pescheux, and Thierry Gouvenou, previewed the route Monday and rated the sectors based on ” length, the unevenness of the cobbles, the overall condition of the sectors, and their location,” according to a press release.

Cobbled sectors of the 2014 Paris-Roubaix

28. Troisvilles (km 97.5 — 2.2km) ★★★
27. Viesly (km 104 — 1.8km) ★★★
26. Quiévy (km 106.5 — 3.7km) ★★★★
25. Saint-Python (km 111 — 1.5km) ★★
24. Solesmes (km 119.5 — 800m) ★★
23. Saulzoir (km 126 — 1.2km) ★★
22. Verchain-Maugré (km 130.5 — 1.6km) ★★★
21. Quérénaing — Famars (km 135 — 1.2km) ★★
20. Monchaux-sur-Ecaillon (km 140.5 — 1.6km) ★★★
19. Haveluy (km 153 — 2.5km) ★★★★
18. Trouée d’Arenberg (km 161.5 — 2.4km) ★★★★★
17. Wallers — Hélesmes “Pont Gibus” (km 167.5 — 1.6km) ★★★
16. Hornaing (km 174.5 — 3.7km) ★★★★
15. Warlaing — Brillon (km 182 — 2.4km) ★★★
14. Tilloy — Sars-et-Rosières (km 185 — 2.4km) ★★★★
13. Beuvry-la-Forêt — Orchies (km 191.5 — 1.4km) ★★★
12. Orchies (km 196.5 — 1.7km) ★★★
11. Auchy-lez-Orchies — Bersée (km 202.5 — 2.7km) ★★★★
10. Mons-en-Pévèle (km 208 — 3km) ★★★★★
9. Mérignies – Avelin (km 214 — 700m) ★★
8. Pont-Thibaut (km 217.5 — 1.4km) ★★★
7. Templeuve — Moulin de Vertain (km 223.5 — 500m) ★★
6. Cysoing — Bourghelles (km 230 — 1.3km) ★★★★ Bourghelles — Wannehain (km 232.5 — 1,100 m) ★★★
5. Camphin-en-Pévèle (km 237 — 1.8km) ★★★★
4. Le Carrefour de l’Arbre (km 240 — 2.1km) ★★★★★
3. Gruson (km 242 — 1.1km) ★★
2. Hem (km 249 — 1.4km) ★★
1. Roubaix (km 256 — 300m) ★

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