No Pogačar, Van Aert, and Van der Poel leaves explosive men's race wide open, women's event expected to see all against SD Worx.
'Jumbo-Visma lost the race, they each did their own thing': Six days after the sublime of Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne, Dutch squad derailed in Siena.
Here's what the top riders said after the down-to-the-wire men's edition of Strade Bianche.
Lessons learned from the ‘opening weekend’ from Jumbo-Visma, SD Worx dominance to Soudal Quick-Step misses
The classics 'opening weekend' delivered four races packed with action and taught us plenty at the start of the spring program.
For the first time ever a team wins both Omloop and KBK and puts a teammate on both podiums.
Laurens de Plus also involved in training incident with car this week as he and Benoot call for caution from motorists.
The Belgian's season appears to be over but reports suggest the injuries are not life threatening.
Tadej Pogačar popped off the back at around 62km to go as Evenepoel roars to second victory in tough Basque race.
Christophe Laporte suffered an untimely crash and Tiesj Benoot was gapped in closing kilometers of De Ronde
When racing comes easy, you don't have to learn how to do it properly.
Tiesj Benoot and Christophe Laporte now solely carry the hopes of the Dutch squad.
VeloNews picks out 10 riders to keep an eye out for in the second monument of the men's spring classics campaign.
Jumbo-Visma uncertain if Belgian star will race Tour of Flanders, while Trek-Segafredo confirms US rider will not start.
‘Quick-Step? I haven't seen them. You probably saw more on TV,’ says Benoot.
Tour de Hoody: Belgian classics specialist will miss Tirreno-Adriatico in aftermath of spectacular crash at Strade Bianche.
Who will you be watching at the 2022 Tirreno-Adriatico? Here's who we think will make waves next week – and no, Tadej Pogačar isn't one of them.
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.'
Reports this week indicate Ilan van Wilder is taking legal action to leave team early while Tiesj Benoot is negotiating contract curtailment.
The 2018 Strade Bianche winner is apparently set to depart the team despite having signed a contract through 2022.
Here's the news making headlines for Monday, October 25.
Tour de France: DSM brings options to stage hunting bid, Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert rallies around Louis Meintjes
DSM aims for 'aggressive and opportunistic racing' with multi-faceted selection, Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert hopes to carry Giro d'Italia momentum.
Tiesj Benoot and Jan Bakelants pulled from men's race after Bakelants tests positive and was known to have recently been in close contact with Benoot.
Team Sunweb took three stage victories at the Tour through an aggressive, untamable brand of racing. Here's how they made it happen.
Watch dramatic video of Belgian destroying his Cervélo but coming away almost totally unharmed.
Team offers equal opportunities throughout youthful squad as it prepares for loss of more stars.
Schachmann survives late attack from second-place Benoot to take overall, Quintana takes stage atop La Colmiane climb.
Schachmann maintains his yellow jersey standing despite a minor fall on the last descent.
They call Paris-Nice the "race to the sun." On Sunday, the peloton saw no sun, and battled through clouds, rain, and wind. Photographer James Startt was there to capture the action.
Belgian star will anchor new focus on northern classics for Sunweb
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The 24-year-old Belgian is looking forward to the rest of the classics season, especially in the wake of his Strade Bianche victory.
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The wet and muddy Strade Bianche and the UCI Track Cycling World Championships are on the menu for this week's show.
Strade Bianche was an epic battle in the Tuscan mud. We sound off on the race's key moments and what it can tell us about the classics.
Tiesj Benoot (Lotto Soudal) took his first pro victory on Saturday, as he won an unforgettable edition of Strade Bianche in Siena, Italy.
Tiesj Benoot, a rider considered by some to be "the next Tom Boonen," signs for two more years with Lotto – Soudal.
Several riders crashed in the Tour of Flanders, including classics legend Tom Boonen — who is a go for Paris-Roubaix.
Greg Van Avermaet, among the top pre-race favorites in Flanders, crashed out of the race Sunday
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Can Alexander Kristoff pull off the Flanders-Roubaix double, or will someone else emerge from the dusty cobbles as Sunday's winner?
Neal Rogers considers the riders who succeeded and those who came up short at Belgium's biggest race, the Tour of Flanders