Fabian Cancellara is aiming for a record-breaking fourth career Tour of Flanders title this Sunday
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Alexander Kristoff is the defending Flanders champ, and he'll vie for another title aboard a Canyon Aeroad CF SLX.
The British team says its roster for this weekend's Tour of Flanders is the strongest lineup it's ever fielded in the race.
Sagan will start Sunday's Tour of Flanders as one of the favorites to win, and his right-hand man on the road will be Oscar Gatto.
The Belgian withdraws from Friday's E3 Harelbeke with digestive issues, saying he wants to recover for next Sunday's Tour of Flanders.
The BMC Racing rider has been close in recent years, but he has yet to win a northern classic — something he hopes to accomplish in 2016.
Neal Rogers considers the riders who succeeded and those who came up short at Belgium's biggest race, the Tour of Flanders
With merely one win during their spring campaign so far — at a semi-classic, no less — The Belgian squad is hungry for results
Following a Flanders flop, Sagan and Vanmarcke are hoping to save their respective classics campaigns at Paris-Roubaix next weekend
Alexander Kristoff's victory at the Ronde van Vlaanderen puts him near the top of Norway's list of cycling greats
Alexander Kristoff left no doubts about who was the strongest at the finale of a Tour of Flanders that began without a clear favorite
Jesse Sergent faces surgery for a broken collarbone after an unfortunate encounter with a Shimano support car. The company is investigating
John Degenkolb rides Giant's Defy road bike for the bergs and cobbles of Flanders
With the chase closing in, Alexander Kristoff leaves Niki Terpstra in his dust to claim victory in a chaotic Tour of Flanders
Great Britain's Bradley Wiggins enjoys flying the flag lately, and hopes Geraint Thomas has his own banner day at Flanders
Geraint Thomas comes into the Tour of Flanders after winning E3 Harelbeke and taking third at Gent-Wevelgem
Without perennial favorites Boonen and Cancellara, a new generation of riders is elbowing its way to the top of the Flanders heap
The 25-year-old is searching for a victory in one of cycling's monuments, a list of five one-day classics
Bradley Wiggins claimed his first, and perhaps his last, TT wearing the rainbow jersey as he tunes up form for farewell ride at Roubaix
After his big win in last year's Tour de France over the cobbles, Boom is hoping for a spring classics breakthrough
Tom Boonen joins his Etixx teammates to train on part of Sunday's Ronde van Vlaanderen course
Russian outfit is brimming with confidence after Paolini's win at Gent-Wevelgem, and Kristoff's pair of wins at De Panne this week
The Sky rider finds himself at the top of the favorites' list with Tom Boonen and Fabian Cancellara out with injuries
Michael Barry claims the 2006 Tour of Flanders was set up
Simon Gerrans’ victory in Liège-Bastogne-Liège capped a spring classics season that was wide open and unpredictable in the peloton
The Belgian wants to pour the frustration of being close to victory at Flanders into his pedals for another strong ride at Paris-Roubaix
TrainingPeaks staff analyzes the power profile of Australian Michael Hepburn at the Ronde van Vlaanderen
The American finished 4:12 behind winner Fabian Cancellara in his Tour of Flanders debut
The Swiss rider made the right moves at the right times before sprinting to victory
The Sky rider will support teammates Edvald Boasson Hagen and Bradley Wiggins at the “Hell of the North” this weekend
Vansummeren escaped with a black eye and a few stitches after striking a spectator in the Tour of Flanders, but the spectator remains hospitalized
Van Avermaet wasn't pleased to have Vandenbergh sitting on his wheel, but the Omega Pharma rider says he was only following orders
Sagan was clearly on an off day, unable to follow the attacks on the Oude Kwaremont, but hopes to bounce back in time for Paris-Roubaix
The runner-up in 2013, van Dijk goes it alone more than 25km from the finish and builds an insurmountable lead
Team Sky is hoping to surprise its critics over the next weekends with strong performances at Flanders and Roubaix