We talk about how Amstel's new finish led to exciting race action, why Boels is back, and America's most promising young rider.
Belgian champ Philippe Gilbert picks up fourth Amstel Gold win of his career and second Spring Classic since winning Flanders two weeks ago.
The Ardennes classics will highlight the peloton's toughest climbers. Here are 10 top riders to watch.
Alex Howes didn't expect to win the KOM jersey at Pais Vasco, but it is a good sign ahead of his favorite Ardennes race, Amstel Gold.
For the first time in 14 years, the pro women’s peloton will tackle the Amstel Gold Race next season
American Alex Howes is riding on good form after a day in the breakaway at Amstel Gold Race, his favorite Ardennes classic.
Chad Haga is making up for lost time, gutting out tough races, finishing well behind the winners to build fitness and his mental resolve.
34-year-old Enrico Gasparotto delivers a big win for Wanty – Groupe Gobert at Sunday's Amstel Gold Race
Three-time Amstel champ Gilbert will race despite broken finger and controversy surround an altercation with a driver,
The Italian finishes 1:20 behind winner Michal Kwiatkowski in Sunday's Ardennes classic
Valverde registers his third career Amstel Gold Race podium to start Ardennes week
The reigning world champion takes his first win in the rainbow jersey in a reduced sprint ahead of Alejandro Valverde and Michael Matthews.
The reigning world champion wants to notch his first win of the year in the rainbow jersey
The riders from LottoNL-Jumbo talk about how special it is to ride in front of Dutch fans in a Dutch WorldTour race, the Amstel Gold Race
Roman Kreuziger will face the CAS on June 10, but until then is free to ride as one of Tinkoff-Saxo's protected riders
Simon Gerrans’ victory in Liège-Bastogne-Liège capped a spring classics season that was wide open and unpredictable in the peloton
The BMC rider triumphed in Sunday’s Amstel Gold Race but finished 10th in Wednesday’s Flèche Wallonne
Andy Schleck and Joaquim Rodriguez both abandoned Sunday’s race after a hard fall
For the third time in four years, Simon Gerrans finished third in the Amstel Gold Race on Sunday
A different approach to the season is paying dividends for the young Polish champion, who says he's still learning his trade
The reigning Liège-Bastogne-Liège champion found himself sidelined by knee pain at the Amstel Gold Race
After a winter of training and sacrifices, a resurgent Gilbert wins his third Amstel Gold race with a massive attack on the final ascent
Rodriguez was in hospital, complaining of dizziness, while Schleck continued briefly before abandoning
Gilbert won Brabantse Pijl just days ago, a tilt of momentum into Ardennes week. But he doesn't want to be thought of as the man to beat
The Orica-GreenEdge rider recently earned two wins and a runner-up ahead of Sunday’s Amstel Gold Race
The cobbled classics are over and the time for the climbers has arrived with Sunday's Ardennes-opening Dutch classic
Belgian former world champion gets his fifth victory since his remarkable 2011 season, and just in time for his favorite races
From sprints in downtown Maastricht to climbers' showdowns on the Cauberg, look back at the last 17 years of the Dutch classic
The Belkin rider failed to finish last week's Tour of the Basque Country
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Simon Gerrans isn't forgetting Milano-Sanremo, but admits the Ardennes suit him better than the sprinter-friendly course to open the spring classics
The big Swiss will cast a wide loop once more in 2014, and may add the Ardennes classics and the hour record to his already heavy program
All three spring races will continue at least through 2016
Fabian Cancellara and a slew of first-time winners came out on top in the classics, but who didn't?
Joaquim Rodríguez crashed hard on his left leg during Sunday's Amstel Gold Race
Czech's win resurfaces questions over links to Ferrari, Riis' links to Fuentes
Cannondale standout will race in the Amgen Tour of California, and later the USA Pro Challenge
The 2013 classics campaign has not been fruitful for the U.S.-based squad
Tinkering with the course didn't make the Amstel Gold any more or less exciting. It was the riders who dictated the action
"Purito" went to a local hospital with heavy bruising, but exams confirmed there were no broken bones
The world champion says he's coming into top form in time for his main goal of the spring season
The Aussie plans to skip Flèche Wallonne and return for a run at Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
Heat proved the undoing of the young Slovak, who said that on the last climb, "I couldn't get out of the saddle"