Peter Sagan's World Championship winning bike on show at Rouleur Classic

The Rouleur Classic takes place in London from Thursday (November 3) to Sunday (November 5).

Peter Sagan wins the 2015 Mens World Road Championships
(Image credit: Watson)

Peter Sagan's 2015 World Championships winning bike will be in London this week.

The Rouleur Classic begins on Thursday (November 3) until Saturday (November 5) and a collection of bikes that were used in some of the sport's biggest victories in the last year will be on show.

The include Sagan's Specialized S-Works Tarmac from September 2015 when he earned his first rainbow jersey in Richmond, Virginia, as well as the S-Works Amira that Lizzie Deignan (née Armitstead) rode when she won the women's World Championships in the American city.

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This year's Tour de France was yet another British domination with Chris Froome winning his third Grand Boucle and Mark Cavendish rising to second in the all-time list of Tour stage victories. The bike he rode to win his four stages, the Cervélo S5, will also be at the exhibition.

Tom Dumoulin had a successful Tour, too, winning a time trial and a mountain stage: his Giant TCR Advanced SL from his stage nine success joins the prestige at the World Tour Bikes stand, while Greg Van Avermaet's Rio 2016 Olympic gold medal-winning BMC Team Machine SLR01 will also be present.

Tour de France race director Christian Prudhomme will be discussing memorable moments from the Tour at the exhibition, while Sean Kelly will be showcasing some of his memorabilia. Jason and Laura Kenny are guests on Sunday.

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Chris Marshall-Bell

Chris first started writing for Cycling Weekly in 2013 on work experience and has since become a regular name in the magazine and on the website. Reporting from races, long interviews with riders from the peloton and riding features drive his love of writing about all things two wheels.

Probably a bit too obsessed with mountains, he was previously found playing and guiding in the Canadian Rockies, and now mostly lives in the Val d’Aran in the Spanish Pyrenees where he’s a ski instructor in the winter and cycling guide in the summer. He almost certainly holds the record for the most number of interviews conducted from snowy mountains.