Can't wait for the race tomorrow? There's certainly no shortage of footage and photos from teams' recces.
9 Apr 2016 - 1:08 PM  UPDATED 9 Apr 2016 - 1:33 PM
Saturday 9 Apr 2016

"It will be very difficult to surprise my opponents the way I did at the Tour of Flanders. We will see how the race pans out and I believe that I will make the right decisions out on the road," Peter Sagan said. 

Tinkoff for Paris-Roubaix: Peter Sagan, Adam Blythe, Pavel Brutt, Oscar Gatto, Michael Gogl, Michael Kolar, Juraj Sagan and Nikolay Trusov

 

 "This is the one day I was waiting for ever since returning to training this winter," Boonen said

Etixx-Quickstep for Paris-Roubaix: 

"Honestly I am no big cobble fan. I never feel very good on them...These cobbles are really different from those of Flanders. Here they are flat and slightly worse, or really worse," Kristoff said

Katusha for Paris-Roubaix: Alexander Kristoff, Jacopo Guarnieri, Marco Haller, Vladimir Isaychev, Viacheslav Kuznetsov, Michael Morkov, Nils Politt and Aleksandr Porsev

"Tom (Boonen) and I are the old ones, but we're still hungry," Cancellara said. 

Trek-Segafredo for Paris-Roubaix: Fabian Cancellara, Boy Van Poppel, Gregory Rast, Jasper Stuyven, Marco Coledan, Markel Irizar, Stijn Devolder and Yaroslav Popovych

"I can't wait to get there and get racing. That goes for Flanders as well. They're unique and special races and our whole year is built around them. Hopefully me and Luke can be in the mix when the race reaches the velodrome," Stannard said. 

Team Sky for Paris Roubaix: Ian Stannard, Luke Rowe, Christian Knees, Gianni Moscon, Danny van Poppel, Andrew Fenn, Salvatore Puccio, Elia Viviani

 

Team Astana for Paris-Roubaix: Lars Boom, Maxat Ayazbayev, Laurens de Vreese, Dmitriy Gruzdev, Arman Kamyshev, Gatis Smukulis, Lieuwe Westra, and Andriy Grivko

 

IAM Cycling for Paris-Roubaix:

Lotto Soudal for Parix-Roubaix: Lars Bak, Tiesj Benoot, Jasper De Buyst, Frederik Frison, André Greipel, Jürgen Roelandts, Marcel Sieberg and Jelle Wallays.