A Rainy Day in May
The story of an extraordinary British race with an extraordinary British winner.
A dry Paris-Roubaix will batter and can even break the strongest, but rain makes it much harder. The heavens opened in 1994 creating apocalyptic conditions and producing a killer winner.
Russell Downing talks about his conversion to a plant-based diet.
In 1965 Tom Simpson became the first British cyclist ever to win the men’s elite world road race title
Date: April 13th, 2003
Where: Secteur Pavé 12 d’Auchy à Bersée
Features: Peter Van Petegem
With the Ghent Six-Day, or Zesdaagse Vlaandren-Gent as it’s called now,