Former rivals and Paris-Roubaix champions take their final rides in the road peloton in the coming weekends.
The Canadian wants to create a human connection through her videos on social media and inspire others.
Most underrated racer of the season? Mads Pedersen blows up Bemer Classic in sensational summer streak
Danish fast-finisher adds another victory to a 2023 palmarès that even Van Aert, Van der Poel would be stoked for.
Greg Van Avermaet retires without Tour of Flanders, but with an Olympic gold medal and whole lot more
Van Avermaet butted heads against Fabian Cancellara and Tom Boonen, and delivered the Olympic Gold medal in 2016.
The Belgian superstar is hitting the backroads of rural Belgian in 'Hunt for Champagne' bikepacking trip with friends.
'Now we've passed that test, the world of cycling is open.' – Gravaa and Scope pack ambition after breakout ride through 'Hell of the North.'
We dive into the Strava files of some of the Roubaix protagonists to see what it took to race the brutal cobbled monument.
Lefevere's quandary: Is there a 'next Tom Boonen' lurking in the junior ranks? Or is the 'Wolfpack' content to ride the Remco wave?
Tour de Hoody: The extremes are exaggerated to almost grotesque limits, but the 'Hell of the North' grips the peloton unlike any race on the calendar.
The soon-to-be-retired superstar will recover following crash-marred classics: 'It wasn't the farewell I would have liked at Paris-Roubaix.'
Paris-Roubaix scrapbook: Exploding wheels, cobbled KoMs, the Van der Poel-Pogačar monument race, and more
Here's your ultimate collection of stats, stories, data, and snaps emerging from the fastest ever 'Hell of the North.'
Former winner suffers heartbreak after crashing out of front group with his best ride in years.
Mathieu van der Poel unsure what caused John Degenkolb to crash at Paris-Roubaix: ‘If it was my fault, my apologies.’
Mathieu van der Poel delivers Paris-Roubaix masterclass: 'We raced like juniors start to finish'
The Belgian hits the podium but lost a chance at going for the win after puncturing on the Carrefour de l'Arbre: 'I think I had the legs to do more.'
Paris-Roubaix: Reactions from Van der Poel, Philipsen, Pedersen, Ganna, Sheffield: ‘Mathieu was the strongest, so chapeaux’
Van der Poel on solo victory: 'You need a bit of luck and you need good legs, and I had both today.'
Van Aert punctures on the Carrefour while leading the race with Van der Poel, Dutch ace blitzes final 15km to claim a third different monument.
Former champion of 'Hell of the North' comes down on second cobblestone sector, just one week after crashing out of Tour of Flanders.
The secret quest for the ideal tire pressure is an alchemy of technology, testing, and pure instinct: 'If I give it to you, I'd have to kill you.'
Where are they now? We look at every US pro to race Paris-Roubaix an Paris-Roubaix Femmes in a three-part series.
'It's like being on the pitch during a Champions League game': We speak to the staffers that can make-or-break a team's ride through 'Hell.'
Jumbo-Visma confirms Laporte, Affini, and defending champion Van Baarle will use the new KAPS system for Roubaix and its 55km of pavé.
Paris-Roubaix ticker: Van der Poel misses ‘partner in crime’ Pogačar, special helmets for Jumbo-Visma, Trentin leads UAE
Follow all the headlines for the women's and men's Paris-Roubaix this weekend.
Commentary: Pogačar should strike while the iron is hot and divebomb into the 'Hell of the North' this weekend.
Where are they now? We look back at every US rider to start Paris-Roubaix and Paris-Roubaix Femmes across the decades.
The Dane is still a bit hobbled from his 2022 Tour de Suisse crash, but he believes in his chances at Paris-Roubaix.
A lot goes into making sure the riders get through Paris-Roubaix, even more so now with two races this weekend.
Midweek rain expected to clear through weekend as peloton braces for mix of mud, puddles and dry patches on the notorious pavé.
Van Aert has come to terms with missing the podium at the Tour of Flanders.
Our editors pick some of their highlights from watching and reporting on 'The Hell of the North.'
Where are they now? We look back at every US rider to race Paris-Roubaix and Paris-Roubaix Femmes across the decades in a three-part series.
Who can claim the treasured cobblestone trophies this weekend? Here's our guide to the favorites and outsiders.
Paris-Roubaix Preview: The cobbles, contenders, narratives, weather for the men’s and women’s ‘Hell of the North’
From the sectors to the storylines, here's all you need to know before Van Aert, Kopecky, Van der Poel roar toward Roubaix.
Mark Cavendish hits his most significant result so far in 2023 with a podium in the race he's won three times.
After being dropped and then losing the sprint for the Ronde podium, Van Aert rebounds for Roubaix: 'I’ll turn that page. This week there’s another chance.'
The Trek-Segafredo rider says she felt terrible all day at Tour of Flanders, despite finishing third.
With victories at Tour of Flanders, Liège-Bastogne-Liège, and Il Lombardia, speculation already swirls about Pogačar pulling a monument sweep.
'Holy Week' is crunch time for mechanics: 'A perfect Flanders is race without problems, and the win.'
Classics powerhouse tests the Gravaa KAPS system at Dwars door Vlaanderen ahead of possible use at the 'Hell of the North' next month.
The big yellow machine rolls into Dwars door Vlaanderen as favorites even with Van Aert and Van Baarle resting up for Tour of Flanders.
Tour de Hoody: From the beer tents to Van Vleuten's last stand, here's what I am following from Flanders Week to Paris-Roubaix.
Belgian barnstormer sees the Milan-San Remo podium as confirmation he's on track going into the critical northern classics period.
Tour de Hoody: The arrival of 'monument madness' is a poignant reminder that Sagan's days in the peloton are numbered.
It's part of an eco-grazing initiative that sees goats and sheep nibble on the Arenberg's grassy patches ahead of the iconic race.
Our editors debate where the men's 'monuments' rank as the all-time favorite.
Up next are duels at Strade Bianche, Tour of Flanders, and Paris-Roubaix. The expectation will only grow in the next few weeks.
Haspres sector returns to 'Hell of the North' after nearly 20 year absence, Femmes parcours extended 20km to 145km.
From winning their weight in Haribo to baby pigs and chunks of granite, a few races break the mould when it comes to awarding the winners.
How a six-year plan paid off for the Scandinavian squad with big ambitions: 'We're not going to the Tour to be in the TV breakaways.'
German veteran predicts fireworks in the elite men's cyclocross worlds: 'My prediction is Van Aert.'
Strade Bianche and Tour of Flanders are early season targets, but Paris-Roubaix is not in the cards just yet.
Australian veteran is signed on for one more year at the WorldTour and will continue to balance road racing and preparation for the Ironman.
Sagan brings something special, both on and off the bike. Our editors weigh in on their wild, wacky, winning highlights from his career.
From Tour de France green to Paris-Roubaix perfection, Sagan's all-terrain talent and sponsor savvy paved the way for riders like Van Aert, Van der Poel.
Here are all the teams that will race over the 'pave' in early April.
Intermarché-Circus-Wanty looks to give young ace crucial experience at prestigious races as he rides through long-running contract.
From Roubaix to Strade Bianche to Unbound, here are the one-day races we can't wait to watch.
Analysis: Jumbo-Visma packs the firepower and experience to target grand tours and monuments, but can the team pull it off?
Off-grid predictions for the men's road calendar, including unlikely Paris-Roubaix heroes, Giro d'Italia subplots, an American uprising at the Tour de France.
World road title, Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix top priorities as Jumbo-Visma star confirms 2023 road calendar.
Quick-Step saw cobblestone disasters tempered by Evenepoel's exploits in 2022. Can it bring classics redemption and Giro glory in 2023?
The Dane says that it will be hard to beat his 'best season' ever in 2023 as he aims to complete grand tour stage win collection at Giro d'Italia.
My festive wish list: A barnstorming Bernal, a dry and dusty Roubaix, a never ending Di2 battery, and more
Here's what I'm hoping cycling Santa will bring me ahead of the 2023 racing, riding, and reporting season.
After winning cycling's longest monument, Mohorič will now take on cycling's most fearsome race at the Hell of the North.
'They will share leadership,' insists staff, but choosing between a new Dutch dominator and a longtime team talisman may not be so simple.
Unable to continue his racing career, Colbrelli announced he will assume an ambassador's role at Bahrain Victorious.
The arrival of the Paris-Roubaix champion sees no conflict with Wout van Aert as Jumbo-Visma packs even more firepower for the spring classics.
The 31-year-old will remain part of the so-called 'Wolfpack' through 2025, the team confirmed Friday.
2021 Paris-Roubaix champion Sonny Colbrelli has confirmed his retirement after suffering cardiac arrhythmia this spring.
Paris-Roubaix champ ends career after heart scare: 'It’s my life I want to be grateful for, a life I risked losing and which gave me a second chance.'
Van Aert open to new objectives in 2023 but cobblestone monuments remain at the center: 'Flanders and Roubaix are above all'
Gazzetta dello Sport writes Saturday that Colbrelli makes the call to quit pro racing after his harrowing collapse in Catalunya.
We look back at the tech from this year's Paris-Roubaix to see what stage 5 of the Tour might have in store.
Jumbo-Visma not risking repeat of buckled wheels seen under Wout van Aert and Christophe Laporte at Paris-Roubaix this April.
Previous winners, of both races, give their verdict.
Mathew Hayman: 'I feel for the GC guys who prepare months, years even, and be faced with a stage like that.'
Cosmo Catalano is back and discusses everything from the 2022 Dauphine
Meeting the group responsible for the cobblestones of Paris Roubaix.
Are tubeless tires for road — and pavé — a trend or are they here to stay?
Hot off helping Ineos Grenadiers win Paris-Roubaix, the Australian is heading to the US to race the rescheduled 2021 world championship with one eye already on Kona.
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