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Here's the news making headlines on Monday, May 15.
Here's the news making headlines on Monday, May 15.
Van Avermaet butted heads against Fabian Cancellara and Tom Boonen, and delivered the Olympic Gold medal in 2016.
Here's all the news ahead of E3 Saxo Bank Classic and Gent-Wevelgem.
The decorated Belgian looks back, and to the future.
The Ag2r-Citroën team donned a retro look for its racing bibs for Saturday's big race on the white roads of Tuscany.
Van Avermaet celebrates Belgium's newest cycling superstar: 'We can expect a lot more from Remco in the future.'
Some of the biggest names in the men's WorldTour will be facing make-or-break seasons during 2023.
The veteran Belgian opens up on the new discipline on the block.
"I was already at the Tour in my head. I hadn't really considered anything other than that."
The Belgian says it is going to take a few days to get over the disappointment of missing out on the Tour de France for first time since 2013.
Tubeless tires, wider rims, and lower pressure are keys to avoiding punctures and securing grip at Strade Bianche.
VeloNews spoke with many of the top stars at the start line Saturday. The mood? Everyone expects a wide-open, explosive race.
'I’m surprised about the result as well because I didn’t have high expectations coming into this race' says veteran rider.
Ag2r-Citroën star still chasing the big win and enters 2022 classics campaign recharged after going 'full, full, full' in recent seasons.
Tour de Hoody: Sneaky tech, altitude camps, and classics riders desperately seeking form all featured in the Ruta del Sol.
Belgian superstar hopes to rediscover his winning legs just in time for a renewed assault on spring classics.
'Golden Greg' Van Avermaet won Roubaix and the Olympic medal, but still harbors ambitions as he rides into 2022.
Belgian rider says second COVID shot was to blame for his performance slump in the second half of 2021.
Here's the news making headlines for Sunday, November 21.
Here's the latest on team selections and updates for Paris-Roubaix Femmes and Paris-Roubaix this weekend.
We asked the top favorites how Paris-Roubaix in October will be unique: they gave some surprising answers.
The 2016 Olympic gold medalist is already writing off his chances of contention at the World Championships.
With prestige and national honor on the line, the Olympics count for lot more than they used to among the top pros.
What's new for Van Avermaet in 2021? Well he's back on BMC after two years on a Giant.
Both teams bring mix of old and young, with breakaways, stages and outsider GC chances on radar.
Back in late May, an email dropped into my inbox from AG2R Citroën Team with an invitation. Would I like to tag along on one of these upcoming camps for a day? Silly question, really. Heck, why not!
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Julian Alaphilippe 'blew up,' Peter Sagan still on the comeback, Greg Van Avermaet will keep hunting: Here are the reactions from De Ronde.
From Annemiek van Vleuten's first win for Movistar to Bora-Hansgrohe's COVID comeback, everyone left Dwars door Vlaanderen pumped for De Ronde.
What did the last block of cobblestone racing tell us about the key players for De Ronde?
Three classics stars react after Deceuninck-Quick-Step placed the full press on Friday's cobblestone race.
No race better predicts success at Tour of Flanders or Paris-Roubaix than Harelbeke.
Annemiek van Vleuten, Julian Alaphilippe, Tom Pidcock and more key players gnash teeth or take quiet confidence after curtain-raising classic Saturday.
Will Julian Alaphilippe continue Deceuninck-Quick-Step's winning start? Will Mathieu van der Poel dominate? And what can Tom Pidcock do?
Strong Belgian opening weekend bodes well for the monuments, but Omloop Het Nieuwsblad winners don't often come out on top at Flanders or Roubaix.
Here's what's making headlines on Tuesday, February 23.
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Is Filippo Ganna the future for Ineos Grenadiers? Who's in form ahead of the classics? And who the heck is Jake Stewart?
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Greg Van Avermaet says dynamic duo 'are the main players now' in the spring classics.
Olympic champion said finding balance is key to his 15-year career at the top.
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Ag2r-Citroën tests tires, wheels on a soggy day over key sectors of Paris-Roubaix route.
In an attempt to keep the public away for health and safety concerns, race organizers keep quiet on the actual route.
These are the moves that matter ahead of the 2021 men's racing season.
A number of top teams traded bike sponsors in the new year. Here's a look at some new-look BMC, Cervélo, Bianchi and Scott machines.
Team interests in sending strong lineups to the big-budget Tour could see riders forced to sacrifice Games ambitions.
Belgian star outlines ambitious calendar with classics, Tour de France, Olympics and worlds all on radar for debut season with Ag2r-Citroën.
New-look jersey marks 'new chapter' for French team with co-sponsors Citroën and Ag2r committed through 2025.
Budget boost brings influx of new stars to French squad, leaving existing riders facing career crises or contemplating retirement.
Veteran manager Vincent Lavenu isn't giving up on yellow jersey quest despite signings of Greg Van Avermaet and Bob Jungels for 2021.
CCC Team star will miss final major battle between the classics stars in 2020.
Olympic champion crashed into unmarked sign post in Liege-Bastogne-Liege.
Van Avermaet and Roche power all-star cast in search of stage success for underdog teams.
The 2020 Tour de France has an eerie feeling, writes Andrew Hood, due to the absence of cheering fans along the mountain roads.
CCC Team and Mitchelton-Scott riff on Matt White's butchering of Belgian star's name.
Belgian won bunch sprint for fourth in all-in bet for yellow jersey and stage win that went bust.
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Stage wins top priority for Ochowicz in face of sponsor crisis and stream of riders leaving team.
Ag2r-La Mondiale to embrace classics-focus from 2021 with Belgian pair at the forefront.
Ochowicz says hunt for new sponsor continues as three top riders leave.
Mass exodus from Team CCC; big names in and out of AG2R-La Mondiale; Israel Start-Up Nation continues to strengthen roster.
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Longest race of the year and minimal race days leaves a number of contenders without the final race-winning watts.
North American veteran recalls his 'best ride' in a one day race having finished seventh in Siena.
Dust, heat, and lockdown legs set to add even more spice to the first race of the restarted WorldTour calendar.
Team plans to give all riders heavy early-season schedules to assess form after long racing pause.
Zabel latest in recent contract extensions as team builds balanced roster, with Van Avermaet the next target.
Olympic champion, valid WorldTour license key parts of securing new deal.
Longtime manager won't comment on Rally links, says world pandemic presents unique opportunity to save team for 2021.
Belgian team hopes to keep riders separate as long as possible, rule out possibility of scooping Greg Van Avermaet
Belgian star plans to remain true to the team and longtime manager Jim Ochowicz, but is working on a Plan B.
One key observation was that the riders who are most successful on the road were not necessarily as effective in virtual races.
A densely-packed schedule offers WorldTour riders the opportunity to structure season and re-set goals after two months in the dark
Olympic champion focused on surviving season as riders negotiate with team over proposed pay cuts.
CCC Team leaders relieved to have racing dates in diary even with with financial crisis hanging over team.
The 35-year-old fears losing a whole season of racing as he approaches twilight of career.
CCC Team President Jim Ochowicz said the team has been forced to take these measures in the hope that racing will resume later this year.