Rouleur Classic 2017 – The Monuments

The world’s finest road cycling exhibition is back and this year it is going to be Monumental. Running from November 2-4, we’ve officially partnered with the race organisations of each Monument and will be helping them bring the unique qualities of each race to London – Milan-Sanremo, Tour of Flanders, Paris-Roubaix, Liège-Bastogne-Liège and Tour of Lombardy.

We are delighted to be officially partnered with the race organisers of these five iconic races, Brian Holm (Directeur Sportif at Quick-Step) will be curating art installations celebrating each Monument and there will be a gallery featuring stunning images from talented photographers Marshall Kappel and Kristof Ramon.

The Lion of Flanders, Johan Museeuw along with compatriots Peter Van Petegem and Nico Mattan are already confirmed for the show and we’ll be announcing more stellar names over the coming months. We’re also working on enhancing the theatre experience making that part of the event even more special.

Over 40 brands will once again bring their nest wares to London for your viewing pleasure. The ‘World of Speed’ will look at the latest and greatest TT equipment while high-end distributor Saddleback will bring an exciting exhibition titled ‘A History of Elite Performance’.

The brands in attendance: Adidas, Alchemy, Ashmei, Campagnolo, Cannondale, Castelli, Cervélo, Colnago, Continental, Di Luca, Edco, Elite, Endura, Enve, Factor, Focus, Giro, Gore Bike Wear, Katusha, Kinesis UK, Kyklos, Lazer, Lightweight, Look, Mavic, POC, Polartec, Ridley, Rolo, Rotor, Santini SMS, Sarto, Shimano, Sidi, S-Works, Sportful, Sram, Stages, Storck, Tacx, Vélobici, Zipp

WorldTour team kit launches, incredible memorabilia, exquisite food and drink, a Mavic Service Course – see behind the curtain of the peloton.

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