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Amateur cyclists take on the Paris-Roubaix

The Paris-Roubaix is one of the world's oldest and toughest cycling races.

First held in 1896, the one-day, professional event contains narrow dust tracks, slippery cobbles and paved sections.

Fast Track followed a group of British cyclists who decided to take on the amateur version race which covers 170km (106 miles).

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