The 1973 Paris-Roubaix was one of the most hellish versions of this cobblestone classic. Relentless rain and slippery, muddy ‘secteurs pavés’ made the race so arduous that a mere 35 of the 138 starters managed to finish the race. Eddy won, while the 35th placed rider crossed the line a whopping 36 minutes later. On the legendary cobblestone section in the Wallers Forest, the endurance-oriented Wallers73 would have especially been of great help.
The Wallers73 is our most comfortable road bike thanks to slim seat stays, a kink on the chain stay and a specific lay-up on the seat stays. A wide clearance of the front and rear fork allows 40mm tires. All these features will make you conquer rough terrain and poor cobble sections like no other. You can even go offroad by changing your tires.