Paris Roubaix, probably acknowledged as the hardest one-day race in the world – The Queen Of The Classics. On a dry day the dust can be extreme, on a day like this in 1985 the mud is incredible. Riding over sixty kilometres on rough cobbles takes an incredible toil on the body, Sean Kelly said it used to hurt to pee for two or three days after the race, such was the battering his body took. Having won in 1984, he would go on to win the race again in 1986. But 1985 wasn’t to be his year.