Pidcock will race Strade Bianche, Flanders, Amstel, Liège, and much more in stacked spring schedule as he looks to back up breakout 2021.
Two-time defending champion confirms season debut at Tour de la Provence with early season focus on the spring classics.
The two-time world champion is eyeing up his second monument victory and wants to win another Tour de France stage in the rainbow bands.
Double world champion prioritizes monuments for second-half of career, pushes back against pressure to race GC at Tour de France.
Pogačar punched into the record books with storming win at Il Lombardia – but as far as he's concerned, he's just riding his bike.
Cervélo is readying a new road bike for launch, but the timeline for seeing it in shops is still fuzzy.
Did the Tadej Pogačar era begin Sunday? Maybe it's a little bit too early to call it yet, but the Slovenian already joined some elite company.
From Elisa Longo Borghini's town-sign sprint training to Primož Roglič's lost legs, here's what the key players said after the final classic of spring.
Race jury disqualifies Richard Carapaz for using banned 'super-tuck' position during Sunday's Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
David Gaudu finishes third in five-man sprint, Primož Roglič was dropped on final climb of the day.
Demi Vollering beats Annemiek van Vleuten and Elisa Longo Borghini in five-up sprint.
VN news ticker: Lizzie Deignan, Ruth Winder, Team DSM, Parkhotel Valkenburg out of women’s Liège-Bastogne-Liège
Here's the news making headlines for Sunday, April 25.
Young Californian supports Qhubeka-Assos captains Domenico Pozzovivo, Simon Clarke, Fabio Aru in his first-ever 'Doyenne' on Sunday.
Here's the news making headlines for Saturday, April 24.
From the grizzled veteran vs cycling's Gen-Z to Roglič's rivalry with Julian Alaphilippe – here are the threads to follow at 'La Doyenne.'
Here's what's making headlines on Friday, April 23.
The jury is still out on the new finish at Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
Despite a string of near-misses this year, Michael Matthews is having a blast in his quest for victory.
Analysis: Seeing the Tour de France stars lining up to win across the Ardennes is both a throwback and a reflection of today's ambitions.
Tour de France champion does not hide ambitions for Ardennes: 'I hope maybe one day I can win some of them'
Alejandro Valverde will be racing to tie the Eddy Merckx record at Liège-Bastogne-Liège on his 41st birthday.
Speculation swirled around Marc Hirschi's transfer to UAE Emirates. Now equal uncertainty hangs over his form ahead of major spring targets.
Here's what's making the headlines on Tuesday, April 13.
VN news ticker: Jake Stewart to miss Tour of Flanders, Italian law enforcement searches riders’ homes in doping investigation
Here's what's making headlines on Wednesday, March 31.
Slovenian star adding one-day races to ambitious goals in 2021 with scheduled debuts at Amstel Gold Race and Flèche Wallonne.
Two young talents have been rivals through the junior ranks, but will take turns supporting one another in 2021.
Frenchman throwing full focus into classics campaign before contemplating Tour de France, Olympics and worlds.
This year's WorldTour season was like no other, with overlapping grand tours, a midsummer Strade Bianche and so much more. Could any of those changes be made permanent?
Swiss standout to target Ardennes classics and Olympics in 2021 after breakout 2020 season.
From Mads Pedersen's winning-streak after returning to his Trek-Segafredo jersey to Julian Alaphilippe's showboating sprint dramas, maybe 'the rainbow curse' is more than a myth.
Just weeks after seeing the Tour snatched from him and being blasted by media for his ride at the worlds, Slovenian star salvages season in dramatic sprint.
We chew over Sagan's Giro campaign and Fuglsang's tattered team, as well as turning our attention to the frantic finale of Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
Olympic champion crashed into unmarked sign post in Liege-Bastogne-Liege.
Alaphilippe loses kick for the line after celebrating too early and is then relegated to fifth-place for wayward path in the sprint.
All you need to know about the oldest and toughest monument of them all, from the course and contenders to how to watch Sunday's battle in the Ardennes hills.
Van der Poel remains 'open to everything' in 2020, with Liège and Il Lombardia now becoming possibilities.
The two GC contenders should have traded blows at the Giro's opening stage Saturday, but instead are having to wait until October for La Grande Partenza
One year stands out among others in the annals of this great race: the 1980 edition. It was not that Bernard Hinault came across the finish line first, but the manner in which he won—surviving a brutal snowstorm with an 80-kilometer solo breakaway.
Race organizers maintain that they are working with the UCI to find alternate dates for these pro cycling races in the 2020 calendar.
Courts throw out case involving an alleged pay-off during the 2010 Liege-Bastogne-Liege
After dreaming of monument glory in the Ardennes classics for years, Annemiek van Vleuten and Jakob Fuglsang each solo to victory at Liège-Bastogne-Liège to cap off the spring season.
Bora-Hansgrohe fill the remaining podium places despite Sagan's no-show.
For the first time in 27 years, Liège-Bastogne-Liège ends with a flat finish, not an uphill kick, and that's expected to spice up a race that has grown stale in recent years.
After a number of close calls this spring, Jakob Fuglsang hopes his strong form can carry him to an even better result at Liège — one ahead of Julian Alaphilippe.
With a more sprinter-friendly finish, Sagan was expected to race Liège, but after two DNF results, he'll take some time to rebuild before Tour of California.
Due to their length, the five monuments of cycling are in a class of their own when it comes to the physical demands. Paris-Roubaix may be the hardest of all.
A cobblestone campaign and Giro d'Italia start will force Bob Jungels to skip the Ardennes races
The new Liège-Bastogne-Liège finish attracts a blend of top classics stars. Now, former world champ Michal Kwiatkowski has thrown his hat in the ring.
There are hundreds of races each year, but for us, a few stand out as must-watch events. Here are five days guaranteed to deliver drama.
The new finish for the Belgian monument could lead to a sprint showdown between Peter Sagan and others, other riders say.
It isn't easy to win Liège-Bastogne-Liège with a long solo breakaway. In fact, it hasn't happened in 10 years!
What were the keys to Bob Jungels's win? Does Liège-Bastogne-Liège need a route change after all? Let's roundtable!
Bob Jungels announced his arrival with a stunning solo win in Liege-Bastogne-Liege.
Bob Jungels (Quick-Step Floors) won Liege-Bastogne-Liege with a stunning solo effort.
The Recon Ride previews the parcours and the contenders ahead of the spring's final major classic, the capstone of the Ardennes classics, Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
Alejandro Valverde wins his fourth Liège-Bastogne-Liège title one day after fellow racer Michele Scarponi was killed while training.
The Belgian has enjoyed a solid spring season thus far, and he has the potential to eventually win all five of cycling's monuments.
The Ardennes classics will highlight the peloton's toughest climbers. Here are 10 top riders to watch.