How the hardest one-day race of the year was won with positioning and timing perfection
Canadian leads the line in a race where he's hit the top-10 every time he finished.
The jury is still out on the new finish at Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
Here's how to watch the men's and women's Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, as well as Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne, this weekend.
After sitting out La Flèche Wallonne Féminine on Wednesday, the former world champion will return to racing with a broken wrist.
The Faun Ardèche Classic and the Royal Bernard Drôme Classic offer muscular terrain that suits puncheurs and climbers alike.
The Belgian still dreams of winning the Tour of Flanders or Paris-Roubaix, but he revels in his role on the EF Pro Cycling team, and was only too happy to see his Italian teammate Alberto Bettiol storm to victory in Flanders, in 2019.
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The reigning world champion wants to notch his first win of the year in the rainbow jersey
The Irishman finishes 25th in Tirreno-Adriatico as he prepares for the spring races
Gilbert hopes to tag team with Samuel Sánchez to deliver a victory at La Doyenne for BMC Racing
With an historic route for its 100th edition, Sunday's Liège–Bastogne–Liège promises an explosive finale to the Ardennes classics
Trek Factory Racing second year pro is in the Ardennes with a shot at a grand tour
With his Liège defense days away, Daniel Martin talks about his growth as a rider, love for cycling, and avoidance of power data in races
The BMC rider triumphed in Sunday’s Amstel Gold Race but finished 10th in Wednesday’s Flèche Wallonne
Polish champion says he is confident and tactically ready to contest the victory at Liège–Bastogne–Liège
Spaniard attacks to win the midweek Ardennes classic ahead of reigning Liège–Bastogne–Liège champion Daniel Martin
Rory Sutherland is loving the Ardennes classics and hoping for a start at the Tour de France
Giro d'Italia champion vows to launch a long-range attack on Sunday if the situation is right
It's all about the Mur de Huy on Wednesday, and Philippe Gilbert heads a list of men aiming for glory in the second of three hilly classics
Andy Schleck and Joaquim Rodriguez both abandoned Sunday’s race after a hard fall
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 only rider slated to race the triple this year, Boswell says he's "leaps ahead" of last year and ready to work for Sky's leaders
Despite having defending Liège-Bastogne-Liège champ Dan Martin on its squad, Garmin remains in the shadows
The Spaniard wants to add to his classics win total and make up for a third at Liège-Bastogne-Liège last year
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
The Polish rider kicks off the Ardennes classics with Sunday’s Amstel Gold Race
Simon Gerrans isn't forgetting Milano-Sanremo, but admits the Ardennes suit him better than the sprinter-friendly course to open the spring classics
Philippe Gilbert sits down with reporter Matthew Beaudin and talks about finding the sport, expectations, and his legacy
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
It was Black Monday in Belgium after the home country went winless in the classics for the first time in 95 years
The new Côte de Colonster is wider, longer, and more moderate than the Roche aux Faucons, but there isn't a lot of agreement on what that means
Ardennes rookie Nairo Quintana and Rui Costa will support the Spanish veteran as he chases a third Liège–Bastogne–Liège title
Nibali will try to one-up his runner-up finish in Liège on Sunday, just two days after winning the Giro del Trentino with a solo attack
With the loss of the Roche aux Faucons for 2013, Liège–Bastogne–Liège should see the biggest group to have arrived to Ans in years
He's led a major stage race, attacked the Tour of Flanders, and finished top-five twice in the Ardennes, and Michal Kwiatkowski is searching for his spot
Spanish domestique steps into the spotlight after Katusha gives him the reins in midweek climbers' classic
Irishman comes back from late flat for fourth on the Mur de Huy and turns attention toward Liège–Bastogne–Liège
Carlos Betancur nearly flips the Flèche script on Wednesday with a daring, long-range attack on the Mur de Huy
Irishman has been knocking on the door in the hilly classics and is ready to walk through to victory
Sky re-tools for Flèche Wallonne, Liège–Bastogne–Liège with stage racing aces
With steep grades that puzzle the uninitiated, timing is everything to emerge victorious atop the Mur de Huy at La Flèche Wallonne
Amstel Gold Race will reveal the first hints of the storylines that will captivate us during a week of hilly one-day races in the Low Countries.
World champion takes good sensation out of Brabantse Pijl and enjoys non-favorite status for Ardennes opener
Sicilian will parachute into the finale of the Ardennes classics after Giro del Trentino
The 2010 Tour champion talks about coming out of a tunnel and looking ahead to the positive in his long comeback from injury
Spanish team has one of the deepest squads entering the trio of races, starting with Sunday's Amstel Gold Race
Updates to the course for the 48th Amstel Gold Race will likely introduce a more hectic finale on Sunday
IAM Cycling rider hit by car in training, suffers open fracture of left index finger