I have been frequenting Cycling Archives for quite some time, it is a valuable resource for finding information on not so popular riders and teams. I just wish some one would come in a re-design it with a wonderful interface making it more user friendly. It also takes it's sweet time loading, so be patient.
Moser leads eventual winner Michel Pollentier, followed by Marc De Meyer and Jan Raas. Moser looks like the Hulk compared to Pollentier.
Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle killing it at 39. He ended up crashing and getting two flats, but yet he still finishes a respectable 7th, let alone dominate it back-to-back in '92/'93. To me he formed the trifecta of awesome french riders along with Hinault and Fignon. How about that awesome Rock Shox up front too? But man, the clip above is amazing. David Duffield with a cold, Johan Museeuw with a full-suspension (look for him around :30), and everyone covered in mud. Maybe the greatest Paris–Roubaix moment ever, so much drama and passion it is unbelievable.
Flandria - Romy Pils is a team, from what I can tell, that was only around from 1976-78 under the Romy Pils name (a beer still being produced in Oudenaarde, Belgium). Romy Pils sponsored a number of cycling teams through the 60's and 70's into the 80's, and they still may have some under their name today. I do know of the Novy - Romy Pils - Dubble Bubble team from 1973 which had some great Belgian riders like Dirk Baert who has a trail of victories including a World Championship on the track. I love the jersey design they had, simple and elegant like many from that era. If anyone knows any more about this team send the info my way, I would love to discover more.
2003 Independent Fabrication Titanium Crown Jewel re-paint is very beautiful.