'This year I'm just not there.' Van Aert rides out of disappointing season stung by a 12th championship silver.
Frenchman has just enough left in sprint after being caught in final uphill dash to the line.
Reusser wins barely a month after stepping off her bike at TT worlds, while Stefan Küng suffers a horrible crash after plowing into the race barriers.
Belgian rider shined in the classics and grand tours as a support rider, but a heart condition puts an end to his promising racing career.
It's a star-studded line-up for this week's European Championships in the Netherlands as riders race for a last chance of glory in 2023.
Arnaud De Lie will stay put with the Belgian squad despite some top WorldTour teams hunting for his signature.
Road worlds ticker: Vas crowned U23 champ, Dygert, Niewiadoma out, MTB riders furious as roadies get start grid promotion
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Late crash cost the two-time world time trial champion a top finish and perhaps a shot at the final podium.
What’s happening with Wout van Aert? Star leaves worlds with ‘mixed feelings’ after TT disappointment
The Belgian says that the busy calendar with the Tour de France and world championships back-to-back didn't impact his performance.
Evenepoel swaps road for time trial world title, with Filippo Ganna in second and Josh Tarling snatching bronze. Brandon McNulty fourth.
Tour de Hoody: The world championships are among the hardest, longest days of racing for a reason, and that's a good thing.
World championship peloton stunned at Glasgow’s severity: ‘It was one of the hardest races I ever did’
The labrynthine Glasgow circuit Sunday mixed opinions but served its purpose by bringing only the strongest to the top.
Defending champion doesn’t fully click on tough Glasgow circuit, Van Aert concedes best man won.
Dutch ace survives crash 16km from the line and rides to victory with damaged shoe, defending champ Evenepoel drops 35km out.
Van Aert, Evenepoel dismiss Belgium’s doubters ahead of road worlds: ‘We’re professional enough to work together’
Van Aert, Evenepoel, Philipsen pledge to race 'all for one' after concerns over internal clashes rattle across Belgian nation.
Who's going to rule the elite men's road race this Sunday? We rate the favorites, dark-horses, and everyone in between.
Dutch team also brings Van Baarle and Kooij, but all eyes will be on 'MVDP' and another showdown with Wout van Aert.
Unpacking the world championship road race and TT courses: What do they look like, who do they suit?
Cobbled climbs, marathon time trials, and a gnarly Glasgow circuit all feature in the 2023 races for men's and women's rainbow jerseys.
'We must not be disappointed by our way of racing.' After the tactical trauma and Belgian beef of 2021, personal and national ambitions could collide again in Glasgow.
From the Jumbo-Visma steamroller and Pogačar's panache, to polka perfection and Plan Bs: Here's a pick'n mix of talking points.
Tour de France ticker: Campenaerts voted ‘super-combative’ of Tour, reports say Vingegaard to Vuelta, Rodríguez penalized 20″
Follow all the action and headlines at the 2023 Tour de France.
Jasper Philipsen: Rising supersprinter and world title threat under fire for Tour de France blocking
Belgium's green jersey-in-waiting poses 'luxury' dilemma for Belgian worlds team after selection alongside Van Aert, Evenepoel.
Peter Sagan, the fading star that once lit up the Tour de France: ‘It’s sad people forget what he did’
After years of dominance, Sagan flames out in a race he helped reconfigure.
Tour de France stage 16: Jonas Vingegaard delivers hammerblow to Tadej Pogačar with crushing time trial
Vingegaard blows race apart with TT that leaves him almost two minutes ahead in advance of Col de la Loze 'queen stage'.
In his latest race diary, Lawson Craddock talks about his dramatic breakaway, the crowds, and what it's like to race head-to-head with Wout van Aert and Thibaut Pinot.
Check the start time for every rider in the peloton ahead of a 22km burner that could decide the yellow jersey.
Kuss remains 6th after escaping serious injury when fan taking a picture causes crash; Vingegaard holds yellow.
Tour de France stage 15: Wout Poels soloes to summit victory, Tadej Pogačar can’t drop Jonas Vingegaard
Pogačar accelerates twice in final 800m but can't distance Vingegaard to leave GC poised at 10 seconds.
Hiding in plain sight: Mathieu van der Poel settles for ‘most combative’ prize as Tour de France raid fizzles
'MVDP' sees few chances in a Tour de France that sees him emerging as a superb leadout man and building his form ahead of the road worlds.
Rumors of an early Van Aert departure are quickly shot down as Jumbo-Visma dodges Pogačar raid early in scorcher.
Feast and famine at Jumbo-Visma: Wout van Aert comes up short, Jonas Vingegaard braces for volcanic showdown
Van Aert misfires in sprint as Vingegaard prepares for showdown with Tadej Pogačar on the Tour's most famous volcano at Puy-de-Dome.
Wout van Aert can win any stage type at the Tour de France. Most of the time he reaches for the Cervélo S5 aero bike.
Leadout hysteria, waiting for the break to go, and the element of surprise.
Van Aert says hints of tension in the Netflix documentary does not reflect reality: 'The criticism should not be there. The atmosphere is great.'
Thrown bikes, slammed doors: Terse scenes at Jumbo-Visma as twin Tour de France ambition comes unstuck
Van Aert loses opportunity, Pogačar nabs bonuses in frustrating second stage for Dutch dominators.
Neilson Powless defended his King of the Mountains jersey before an elite group drove to the line.
Tour de France: Here’s what Vingegaard, Cavendish, Van der Poel, Pogačar say ahead of the grand départ
How is Pogačar's wrist? Does Cavendish believe in number 35? Is Van der Poel hunting green? We got the answers to all the big questions.
Winning a stage, hitting the podium, or claiming the 'maillot jaune' are at an absolute premier every July: Here are the leaders for every team and their chances of striking Tour gold.
Can Vingegaard defend? Will Pogačar shake off injury? Who could play spoiler? Will Cavendish make history? It all plays out during three weeks in July.
After years of questioning performances, triple yellow jersey is cautiously optimistic about cycling's newest stars: 'It’s been really exciting racing in the last couple of years.'
The world champion went solo over the final climb, winning by a clear margin over a group of chasers.
We investigate how and why cross-training, nutrition, and psychology have become crucial to forging modern Tour de France champions.
Could Sagan stun in swansong summer? Is Van Aert on course to crush? Here are some key threads to follow as the Tour-bound peloton rides through Switzerland.
Eight likely Jumbo-Visma Tour riders head to altitude while Kuss races Giro, Pogačar reportedly training on the rollers after fracturing wrist.
Two podiums and victory at Strade Bianche confirm Pidcock's spring classics pedigree: 'It's promising for the future.'
Teams have thrown the kitchen sink at the spring classics with little effect. Our editorial team considers the options on how to unpack the Pogačar puzzle.
The Belgian superstar is hitting the backroads of rural Belgian in 'Hunt for Champagne' bikepacking trip with friends.
Producers confirmed the highly anticipated series will debut in early June, and that there's talk of a second season to focus more on the action and tactics of racing.
We dive into the Strava files of some of the Roubaix protagonists to see what it took to race the brutal cobbled monument.
Lefevere's quandary: Is there a 'next Tom Boonen' lurking in the junior ranks? Or is the 'Wolfpack' content to ride the Remco wave?
Tour de Hoody: The extremes are exaggerated to almost grotesque limits, but the 'Hell of the North' grips the peloton unlike any race on the calendar.
Paris-Roubaix scrapbook: Exploding wheels, cobbled KoMs, the Van der Poel-Pogačar monument race, and more
Here's your ultimate collection of stats, stories, data, and snaps emerging from the fastest ever 'Hell of the North.'
Mathieu van der Poel unsure what caused John Degenkolb to crash at Paris-Roubaix: ‘If it was my fault, my apologies.’
Mathieu van der Poel delivers Paris-Roubaix masterclass: 'We raced like juniors start to finish'
The Belgian hits the podium but lost a chance at going for the win after puncturing on the Carrefour de l'Arbre: 'I think I had the legs to do more.'
Van Aert punctures on the Carrefour while leading the race with Van der Poel, Dutch ace blitzes final 15km to claim a third different monument.
Jumbo-Visma confirms Laporte, Affini, and defending champion Van Baarle will use the new KAPS system for Roubaix and its 55km of pavé.
Paris-Roubaix ticker: Van der Poel misses ‘partner in crime’ Pogačar, special helmets for Jumbo-Visma, Trentin leads UAE
Follow all the headlines for the women's and men's Paris-Roubaix this weekend.
The Dane is still a bit hobbled from his 2022 Tour de Suisse crash, but he believes in his chances at Paris-Roubaix.
Midweek rain expected to clear through weekend as peloton braces for mix of mud, puddles and dry patches on the notorious pavé.
Van Aert has come to terms with missing the podium at the Tour of Flanders.
Who can claim the treasured cobblestone trophies this weekend? Here's our guide to the favorites and outsiders.
Paris-Roubaix Preview: The cobbles, contenders, narratives, weather for the men’s and women’s ‘Hell of the North’
From the sectors to the storylines, here's all you need to know before Van Aert, Kopecky, Van der Poel roar toward Roubaix.
After being dropped and then losing the sprint for the Ronde podium, Van Aert rebounds for Roubaix: 'I’ll turn that page. This week there’s another chance.'
Tour of Flanders scrapbook: Pogačar’s lost KoMs, 400 watts for too long, nu-metal vibes, and winner’s fries
Here are some of the best stories, takeaways, and oddities coming out of a Ronde for the record books.
Everyone agreed Tadej Pogačar was the strongest Sunday: 'I have never climbed so fast, but Tadej was simply the best today.'
Pogačar drops Van der Poel to become first Tour de France winner since Eddy Merckx to win Flanders. Mads Pedersen hits third.
De Ronde is underway, and the talk in Bruges was all about trying to foil the 'big three': 'If you want to win you're going to have to attack.'
Tour of Flanders ticker: SD Worx with triple threat, Trek Segafredo ready, Pidcock bounces back, Simmons sits out
Follow all the men's and women's headlines going into Sunday's Tour of Flanders.
After thrilling contests at Milan-San Remo and the E3 Saxo Classic, cycling's 'Three Kings' are back at it again at Flanders' Finest.
The VeloNews editors pick their favorites for the men's and women's races. Who's your tip?
A handful of chasing teams hung tough this spring against the Pogačar, Van Aert, Van der Poel onslaught. Can they rewrite the script Sunday?
Van der Poel not letting down his guard against Van Aert, Pogačar: ‘They are both dangerous in their own way’
Two-time Tour of Flanders winner retreated to Spain to prepare for De Ronde and to search for 'freshness' for Paris-Roubaix next week.
'On Sunday everyone will start from scratch again': Why anything less than victory for Van Aert at De Ronde may be deemed a failure.
The peloton's top stars descent on Belgium for Flanders' Finest.
Classics powerhouse tests the Gravaa KAPS system at Dwars door Vlaanderen ahead of possible use at the 'Hell of the North' next month.
‘The boss is here’: Ineos Grenadiers looks to Tom Pidcock to crack ‘the galacticos’ at Tour of Flanders
'It gives us a different edge having him back': Analysis – Can Pidcock deliver on Ineos' faith against Van Aert, Van der Poel, Pogačar at De Ronde?