The Eritrean is still getting used to the increased media attention but says he'll stay the same person after history-making Gent-Wevelgem win.
Chantal van den Broek-Blaak says the hillier course for Flanders suits the team better than at Gent-Wevelgem.
From Elisa Balsamo's potentially Tour of Flanders-winning form to Trek-Segafredo versus SD Worx, these are some of the key takeaways from Sunday's race.
Dutch rider sprints for second at Gent-Wevelgem, just her second road race in 2022 after her cyclocross worlds win.
The Italian world champion says she's not thinking about Tour of Flanders yet despite strong run of form.
The Ineos Grenadiers rider finished his first race in a month after being laid low through illness.
After catching COVID ahead of her planned return, Banks gets back into the peloton for the first time in over a year.
'I always had the impression kind of like I had a flat tire, but actually it must have been the frame.'
Pidcock riding Gent-Wevelgem for 'fun' and to build up racing kilometers ahead of the Tour of Flanders.
Here's what the pre-race favorites for the men's race said at the startline in Ypres ahead of marathon-length cobbled classic.
The Australian rider switched to the French team over the winter as she looks to get the 'full experience' of European road racing.
Canadian champion going into one-day race with 'victory in mind' after solid start to spring classics.
Dylan van Baarle: Ineos Grenadiers E3 Saxo Bank Classic ride was ‘not perfect’ but the team was strong
Ineos Grenadiers missed out on initial Taaienberg selection but got back into the mix with big chase.
Kasper Asgreen on disappointing E3 Saxo Bank Classic: ‘I didn’t have the legs to keep up with Wout van Aert’
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl misfires as it struggles to match the dominance of Jumbo-Visma at cobbled classics.
Wout van Aert called the Eritrean a 'big talent' after he made it into the group of favorites at the Belgian classic.
Mohorič looking forward to surprising his rivals at the Tour of Flanders.
The Jumbo-Visma rider becomes the first Belgian champion in 59 years to win the Belgian one-day race.
American says losing Tom Pidcock for the classics is 'a shame' but Ineos Grenadiers can win without him.
Here's what the pre-race favorites said at the start line in Harelbeke to open 'Flanders Week.'
The Belgian champion plays leadout for Lonneke Uneken as she looks forward to Gent-Wevelgem challenge.
Dutch sprinter says that developing rivalry with Elisa Balsamo is 'good for the sport.'
Two-time Olympic track medalist and 2019 world time trial champion is recovering, but team hopeful she will be able to hit season's major targets.
The Trek-Segafredo rider says that missing Milan-San Remo was the right call to avoid risking another setback later in his classics campaign.
Belgian rider sets eyes on Gent-Wevelgem after edging out Dylan Groenewegen in photo finish at Brugge-De Panne.
The Manxman says that he's 'very happy' that his Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl team is investing in the NXTG women's squad.
The Italian world champion has never ridden a grand tour before but she's planning to ride two during her year in the rainbow stripes.
Elisa Balsamo said she'd like to see a women's Milan-San Remo come back, but where does women's racing draw the line with importing men's events onto the calendar?
Alaphilippe, Stuyven, Colbrelli and Degenkolb are also among riders who will miss the Italian monument due to sickness.
The Italian will be racing on home soil again this weekend at Trofeo Alfredo Binda, where she hopes to help Elisa Longo Borghini to defend her title.
Trofeo Alfredo Binda preview: Elisa Longo Borghini aims for title defense, Marianne Vos targets record fifth win
Vos could make history this year, but she has plenty of competition in her way, including home favorite and defending champion Elisa Longo Borghini.
The Dutch sprinter pulled out several bike lengths as rode to her third straight win.
Tadej Pogačar has been hyped as the overwhelming pre-race favorite, can Wout van Aert or someone else put a stop to his astonishing 2022 run?
The French climber struggled with back pain for nearly two years but says he's felt the best he has since the 2020 Critérium du Dauphiné after a strong showing at Tirreno-Adriatico.
With a mature performance to win Saturday's Ronde van Drenthe, the Dutch rider looks like the sprinter to beat this spring.
Lizzie Deignan has shown that it is possible to have a child and make a successful return to racing. Her example could change the face of women's racing.
Race organizer unveils 2022 route with a trio of mountain stages set to decide the overall winner.
McNulty takes his second stage win of the 2022 season after going on the attack with 39 kilometers to go.
Chantal van den Broek-Blaak on women’s cycling growth: Female riders shouldn’t be treated like ‘little men’
The former world champion says women's cycling has come a long way but it must be careful not to spread riders too thin with growing calendar.
Israel Premier Tech down to one, Stefan Bissegger out as Paris-Nice peloton hit by swath of withdrawals
18 riders drop out of Paris-Nice ahead of stage 5 with many citing a respiratory illness as the reason.
Kasia Niewiadoma on lack of U23 racing: ‘It’s crazy that an 18-year-old is racing riders with years of experience’
The Canyon-SRAM rider on why there should be more under-23 events and how she worried about taking her whole team out in a TTT during her debut season.
Ruby Roseman-Gannon has been lighting up the Australian cycling scene for some time and the 23-year-old made her European pro debut this season.
The EF Education-TIBCO-SVB team manager is well-known for her ability to spot promising talent. She tells VeloNews how she does it.
Jakobsen beats Wout van Aert to the line with Christophe Laporte finishing in third to retain his race lead.
Paris-Nice: Christophe Laporte leads Jumbo-Visma 1-2-3 ahead of Primož Roglič and Wout van Aert on stage 1
Christophe Laporte took the Paris-Nice race lead in dramatic style as teammate Primož Roglič gained an early advantage on his rivals.
The Belgian champion delivered a hugely impressive finale into Siena, helped by some strong support from her SD Worx teammates.
The Polish Canyon-SRAM rider is targeting Strade Bianche, Flèche Wallonne, and the Tour de France Femmes in 2022.
'Elisa is an integral part of the growth of women’s cycling and of that cultural change,' says DS Ina-Yoko Teutenberg.
Riders had to dodge several members of the public during the opening stage of the Dutch race formerly known as the Healthy Ageing Tour.
Bas Tietema was once a promising junior but became a YouTube star when his career didn't work out. Now he has a second chance and he's loving it.
Annemiek van Vleuten takes aim at third Strade Bianche win as she looks to keep up her 2022 winning streak.
The four races that make up the men's and women's opening classics delivered plenty of action and provided lots of talking points.
Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne: Christophe Laporte comes close to first Jumbo-Visma win in nail-biting finale
New Jumbo-Visma signings Christophe Laporte and Tiesj Benoot shine at 'opening weekend.'
‘I’ve got some things that I need to work on,’ said the Canyon-SRAM rider on her first mass-start road race in two years.
The Australian sprinter was pipped to the win by Fabio Jakobsen at Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne, a late addition to his calendar after catching COVID-19.
VeloNews is on the ground at the 'opening weekend' and caught up with some of the biggest stars starting Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne
SD Worx rider talks about missing her injured teammate and why she didn't want to work with Annemiek van Vleuten.
The Movistar rider adds victory at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad to her win at the Setmana Ciclista Volta Comunitat Valenciana last week.
The 19-year-old American is ready for more after a solid start to his classics campaign as he builds up to Paris-Roubaix.
For the first time in two years, spectators have been allowed to watch the team presentation at 't Kuipke and watch at the roadside at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad.
VeloNews is on the ground at the 'opening weekend' – we caught up with some of the biggest stars on the Omloop startline Saturday.
The Trek-Segafredo racer has been training at altitude in February ahead of his season debut at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad.
Despite a wildly misjudged section on why women will never beat men, there is a lot of interesting artifacts to be found here.
The UAE Tour race leader suffered a rear flat with just over six kilometers to go but raced back on before the finale.
The Belgian road race and time trial champion says that media coverage and live TV is still the most important part of developing women's cycling.
Team manager Linda Jackson believes that the 2022 Tour de France Femmes will be a turning point for women's cycling.
Annemiek Van Vleuten, Elisa Balsamo, Emma Norsgaard, Lotte Kopecky line up at women’s Omloop Het Nieuwsblad
After a long wait, the women's season is ramping up with the third race of the year and the opening cobbled classics hit.
The double whammy of Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne will whet the palette as the cobbled classics ramp up.
The women's prize pot for the Tour of Flanders is set to increase to 50,000 euros and other Flanders Classics events are due to follow in 2023.
The Dutch rider dedicates her victory to Movistar soigneur Gary Baños, who died in a mountaineering accident, and injured compatriot Amy Pieters.
The 20-year-old is currently balancing life as a graphic design student and the challenges of a fledgling professional cycling career.
The former world champion on why she chose to cancel her retirement plus her goals in 2022.
The Canadian rider out with the bug that almost stopped him from racing in the first place, while Guy Niv escapes broken bones in crash.
There is a stacked start list for the opening women's UCI stage race of the 2022 season with 13 WorldTour teams set to start.
UCI says that drone used at Gavere Superprestige race was banned as organizers had not made an application for its use.
The double Italian champion says she would like to see a Milano-Sanremo and Il Lombardia for women in the future.
The Italian rider staves off retirement after signing a late deal with the Belgian WorldTour squad.
Elisa Longo Borghini, Coryn Labecki, and Amanda Spratt all comment on the proposed combined U23 and elite women's worlds road race.
Swiss rider excited about working with Anna van der Breggen as her sport director as SD Worx.