Happy Paris-Roubaix Day!

The infamous Fullerton Loop

Paris-Roubaix has always been my favorite one-day race. It’s the combination of a strong rider, with a bit of good luck, that always wins this race. That said, riders have come out of the woodwork and won in the past like Knaven and Guesdon. So in honor of Roubaix, Banning’s Bikes held their own version of Paris-Roubaix. We started from the shop and rode over the steep bergs of Fullerton till we reached the Fullerton Loop. A couple of quick dirt sections and we were back to the shop. Not a long ride, but fun nonetheless. The piece de resistance was the post-ride beers, sandwiches and watching Roubaix on their big screen t.v. at the shop. I had to bug-out early but next year I plan on closing the place down or till they kick me out.

Post-ride beverage

Not a big surprise on how he rode today

One comment

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi Neil

    I found your blog while looking for info on the upcoming Tour de Georgia . I am an irish guy working in atlanta and am considering heading upto the mtns for the penultimate stage on the sat. I was thinking maybe hogpen gap. not having done this before I was wondering if you have { or know where I could find } useful info such as what time I would need to get ther to get a good viewing spot, parking places , probable traffic levels etc.
    Any info. much appreciated

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