The 25-year-old German racked up a win and a runner-up in Belgium and northern France
Terpstra attacks a powerful group of contenders in the final kilometers to reach the Roubaix velodrome alone and seize a solo victory
Several riders go down hard in E3 Harelbeke and Gent-Wevelgem
With Boonen and Cancellara fit and motivated for a monumental win, will 2014 mark the final full-steam showdown in a decade-old rivalry?
Logan VonBokel spends a little quality time with John Degenkolb's Giant Propel Advanced SL 0
In one week, the Giant-Shimano rider went from what he called the most disappointing day of his career to victory in Gent-Wevelgem
Defending champ Sagan makes a fight of it, but the Giant-Shimano speedster takes a narrow victory in a crash-marred bunch sprint
John Degenkolb and André Greipel give Germany two very different options for Sunday's sprinter-friendly Milano-Sanremo
Degenkolb scores the hat trick in the morning's road stage, but Cummings takes the overall lead after winning the afternoon's time trial
The bike manufacturer will also sponsor a men's development team and a women's squad
Argos rider wins four stages to help Germany take six victories at the race's 100th edition
German sprinter shows that he's closing in on a Tour de France win in his first crack at the race
Three likely sprints lie ahead as the peloton makes its way from the Riviera to the mountains
Sprinters are getting less and less chances to win grand tour stages as the courses get harder
Now a six-time stage winner in the grand tours, German John Degenkolb shares the burden of his homeland's cycling future
Prototype C50 tubular wheels adorn the German's custom F1 look-alike, which Felt built with a non-standard carbon layup
The stocky German is less of a traditional field sprinter and more of a strongman capable of taking a tough finale
With historic courses, frenzied fans, and dynamic racing, these men are the ones to watch from Harelbeke to Roubaix
The Argos-Shimano rider says the classics are the races he's most passionate about
With top performances in 2012 from world champion Cavendish, breakthrough John Degenkolb and entertaining Peter Sagan, which was our top sprint?
Velo International Men’s Sprinter of the Year: Mark Cavendish; International Breakthrough Rider of the Year: John Degenkolb
Mark Cavendish is International Men's Sprinter of the Year, John Degenkolb is our International Breakthrough Rider of the Year
Argos-Shimano has two strong German sprinters, but would like to land a GC rider for 2013
Sprinters like John Degenkolb and puncheurs like Greg Van Avermaet are favorites for this weekend's Paris-Tours
Former U23 world champ scores five Spanish stage wins to announce his arrival on the big stage
The sprinter who hoped to win one stage has already claimed four and now eyes the points jersey
Argos man wins his fourth stage of the 2012 Vuelta
Movistar's Jonathan Castroviejo still holds the lead — but the mountains loom on Monday
Young German duo will head to France in the hunt for the big one
Degenkolb sprints to stage 1 win at Four Days of Dunkirk; Nuyens returns to racing
HTC-Highroad's 22-year-old German sprinter John Degenkolb outkicked Edvald Boasson Hagen (Sky) to win Thursday's stage of the Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré, a 174km trip from La Motte-Servolex to Mâcon.
Germany’s John Degenkolb wins the Rund um den Finanzplatz Eschborn-Frankfurt.
HTC-Highroad's John Degenkolb sprints to victory in stage one of the Three Days of West Flanders as Jesse Sergent and two RadioShack teammates top the overall standings.
All four (yes, FOUR) of the men's U23 road race podium finishers at a post-race news conference.
Germany's John Degenkolb won Friday's transitional stage at the Tour de l'Avenir. Up next: the Alps