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1977 World Pro Road Cycling Championships

44th edition: Sunday, September 4, 1977
San Cristobal, Venezuela

World Road Cycling Championships podium history | 1978 edition | 1976 edition |

Paris–Roubaix: The Inside Story

89 riders started, 33 classified finishers.
15 laps of 17 km totalling 255 km. Winner's average speed: 38.60 km/hr

Franesco Moser

Complete Results:

  1. Francesco Moser (Italy) 6hr 36min 24sec
  2. Dietrich Thurau (Germany) s.t.
  3. Franco Bitossi (Italy) @ 1min 19sec
  4. Hennie Kuiper (Netherlands) s.t.
  5. Domingo Perurena (Spain) @ 1min 35sec
  6. André Chalmel (France) @ 1min 39sec
  7. Jacques Esclassan (France) @ 1min 41sec
  8. Bernard Hinault (France) s.t.
  9. Giuseppe Saronni (Italy) s.t.
  10. Walter Godefroot (Belgium) s.t.
  11. Felice Gimondi (Italy) s.t.
  12. Julian Adiano (Spain) s.t.
  13. Sven-Ake Nilsson (Sweden) @ 1min 47sec
  14. Bernt Johansson (Sweden) @ 2min 3sec
  15. Miguel-Maria Lasa (Spain) s.t.
  16. Sean Kelly (Ireland) s.t.
  17. Manuel Esparza (Spain) s.t.
  18. Bert Pronk (Netherlands) s.t.
  19. Francisco Galdos (Spain) s.t.
  20. Vicente López Carril (Spain) @ 2min 23sec
  21. Josef Fuchs (Switzerland) @ 2min 27sec
  22. Jean-Pierre Danguillaume (France) @ 2min 32sec
  23. Fabrizio Fabbri (Italy) s.t.
  24. Claudio Bortolotto (Italy) s.t.
  25. Enrique Martinez-Heredia (Spain) s.t.
  26. Joop Zoetemelk (Netherlands) s.t.
  27. Jorgen Marcussen (Denmark) s.t.
  28. Bruce Biddle (Australia) s.t.
  29. Andres Oliva (Spain) s.t.
  30. Clyde Sefton (Australia) s.t.
  31. Giovanni Battaglin (Italy) s.t.
  32. Raymond Poulidor (France) s.t.
  33. Eddy Merckx (Belgium) s.t.