(redirected from Roubaix)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
RBXRoubaix (France)
RBXReconstituted Bone Xenograft
References in periodicals archive ?
The winner of last year's cobbled stage, Lars Boom, was fourth in Roubaix three months ago, but now that he's Nibali's Astana teammate, he may be charged with looking after his leader rather than going for the win.
Numerous important gifts granted by the Halluin-Leclercq family in 1998 and 2001, as well as an article coming from the Michel Delporte bequest in 2001 have been gathered around the small painting purchased by the city at the Roubaix Artists Show in 1953.
Proving again that "smoother is faster," the Roubaix helped Contador and Schleck float over the brutal roads, gaining valuable time over their main rivals and laying the groundwork for their eventual head-to-head battle for the overall title.
Quick manager Luc Demain, who runs the outlet in Roubaix among others, said there had been a slight increase in business since the new halal menus had been introduced and that he had not received complaints from customers.
Roubaix expanded in the age of artisanal workshops in the late eighteenth century and during the first wave of mechanization in the early nineteenth century, but the years between 1851 and 1913, the years of large-scale mechanization and great factories, were its real golden period.
From the autumn of 1906--and as the Roubaix installation indicated--Freisz continued to develop an original stance.
The Centre de la Petite Enfance opened a year ago, designed by the Lille-based architects Grafteaux and Klein as part of a slum clearance and urban renewal scheme implemented by Roubaix town council in a residential neighbourhood south of the town centre.
Everyone says, 'oh you can win Roubaix and have this fairytale ending' but it's not as easy as that," he said on cyclingnews.
They travelled to Roubaix in France to compete in the Eurometropole Under-21 tournament, hosted by Roubaix Futsal, the most decorated French futsal club.
Even before he reached Roubaix s famous outdoor velodrome Cancellara was celebrating, brandishing the gold angel trinket his family had given him last week for Easter.
The Quick Step rider, winner of the Paris Roubaix and Tour of Flanders classics this year, sprinted clear of a bunch sprint to take the line.
The 30-year-old, who was ranked just 97th in the UCI rankings before the race, had time to ride the final lap of the Roubaix Velodrome with his hands in the air, finishing over 30 seconds in front of Museeuw.