Written by Wally Wallace Saturday, 01 July 2006 03:31
"The Queen of the Classics" or "The Hell of the North" both names accurately describe the 103rd edition of Paris-Roubaix and the crew of World Cycling Productions have put together an exemplary account of the race. The two-DVD set offers over 3-hours of coverage including starting line interviews and post race analysis. An epic race narrated by the voice of cycling, Phil Liggett, with insights from compatriots Paul Sherwin and Bob Roll.
The avid cycling fan will love the entire race and everyone will become wraped up in the excitement of the final half hour as the race quickly turns into a three man dual on the cobbles that holds together till the end. Almost 200 riders started and only 80 made it to the Velodrome in Roubaix. Their journey is the story of Paris-Roubaix. A must have for your cycling DVD collection.
|World Cycling Productions 2005 Paris-Roubaix DVD: For raw passion and fury in cycling, Paris-Roubaix has always been unbeatable. The 2005 race was no exception. This classic account of the Queen of the Classics shows every last detail of cycling's...|