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1927 Paris - Roubaix

28th edition: Sunday, April 17, 1927

Paris-Roubaix podium history | 1926 edition | 1928 edition

270 km. 123 starters and 97 classified finishers. I'm sorry, I have no time splits after 21st place

Georges Ronsse created a selection by riding through the feed station Arras without stopping for food and water, forcing the others to chase. Twenty riders caught the fleeing Belgian and upon arriving in Roubaix the lead group was down to 16. At first it as thought Joseph Curtel had won the sprint. In fact the band played "La Marseillaise" in celebration of a French winner. Shortly thereafter the judges announced Belgian racer Ronsse had won the close sprint, which enraged the crowd and caused fights.

Ronnse win, just barely

1927 was a close call.

Complete Results:

  1. Georges Ronsse (Automoto) 8hr 32min 20sec. 30.45 km/hr
  2. Joseph Curtel (Peugeot-Dunlop) s.t.
  3. Charles Pélissier (Dilecta-Wolber) s.t.
  4. Julien Delbecque (Alcyon-Dunlop) s.t.
  5. Adelin Benoit (Alcyon-Dunlop) s.t.
  6. Romain Bellenger s.t.
  7. René Hamel s.t.
  8. André Verbist (JB Louvet-Wolber) s.t.
  9. Léopold-Albert Matton (Armor-Dunlop) s.t.
  10. Alex Maes s.t.
  11. Georges Leblanc (Automoto) s.t.
  12. Louis Gras (Wonder) s.t.
  13. Léander Gijssels s.t.
  14. Gaston Rebry s.t.
  15. Julien Vervaecke s.t.
  16. Ferdinand Le Drogo (Dilecta-Wolber) s.t.
  17. André Leducq @ 1min 26sec
  18. Joseph Hemelsoet (JB Louvet-Wolber) @ 5min 40sec
  19. Hector Martin (JB Louvet-Wolber) @ 6min 25sec
  20. Omer Taverne (Peugeot-Dunlop) s.t.
  21. Jan Mertens (Labor-Dunlop) @ 7min 10sec
  22. Auguste Baumans
  23. Georges Cuvelier
  24. Joseph Pé (JB Louvet-Wolber)
  25. Eugène Gréau (JB Louvet-Wolber)
  26. Albert Flahaut (Peugeot-Dunlop)
  27. Joseph Van Dam (Automoto)
  28. Léon Despontin
  29. Léon Durieux
  30. Julien Moineau (Alleluia-Wolber)
  31. Francis Copin
  32. Léon Parmentier (Automoto)
  33. Odile Taillieu
  34. Marcel Heselmans (Automoto)
  35. Désiré Louesse (Griffon)
  36. Maurice Bonney (Méteore-Dunlop)
  37. Joseph Van der Haegen
  38. Antonin Magne (Alleluia-Wolber)
  39. Armand Blanchonnet (Olympique-Wolber)
  40. Marcel Huot
  41. Marcel Bidot (Alcyon-Dunlop)
  42. Ernest Neuhard (Alcyon-Dunlop)
  43. Jean Preus
  44. Marcel Gobillot (Biaggi-Samyn)
  45. Jacques de Graevelynck
  46. Maurice Depauw (Thomann-Dunlop)
  47. Henri Hoevenaars (Automoto)
  48. Marius Gallotini (Alleluia-Wolber)
  49. Raymond Decorte (JB Louvet-Wolber)
  50. Lode Eelen (Griffon)
  51. Lucien Buysse
  52. Theofiel Beeckman
  53. Antoine Lox
  54. Ferdinand Gooris
  55. Maurice Geldof
  56. Camille Van de Casteele
  57. Pé Verhaegen
  58. Constant segers
  59. Grégoire Huysmans
  60. Maurice Van Hyfte
  61. Maurice De Waele
  62. Jules Buysse
  63. Denis Verschueren
  64. Emiel Verhaert
  65. Léon Brosteaux
  66. Dieudonné Smets
  67. Alfonso Piccin
  68. Jan Debusscher
  69. Jules Van Hevel
  70. Joseph Siquet
  71. Francis Pélissier
  72. André Devauchelle
  73. Raoul Degroote
  74. ArthurDeweit
  75. Charles Meunier
  76. Joseph Muller
  77. Gustave van Slembrouck
  78. Marc Borcher
  79. Eugène Archambaud
  80. Maurice Krauss
  81. Honoré Barthélémy
  82. Arsène Alancourt
  83. Jean Lasbordes
  84. Nicolas Engel
  85. Marcel Renaud
  86. Alexis Blanc-Garin
  87. Eugène Bertin
  88. Jules Huyvaert
  89. Jules Deschepper
  90. Jules Matton
  91. August Robineau
  92. Robert Gerbaud
  93. Paul Deux
  94. Luigi Vertemati
  95. Etienne Gaudet
  96. André Flottat
  97. Pierre Beffarat