Still just 22, he's rocking alongside Pogačar and Pidcock. Who is the breakthrough rider, and where is he heading?
Not as glamorous as Flanders, the eastern hill country of Belgium delivers up superb riding and yes, some great beer.
She may only just be returning from her second maternity leave, but Lizzie Deignan has grand ambitions for the future
Mads Pedersen bracing for tricky conditions: 'The Koppenberg will be the big deal. It’s important to go into Koppenberg in a good position.'
Sport director Tom Steels remains eternally optimistic: 'We hope to get closer to the rest.'
Route details and the favorites who will spice up the 'Little Tour of Flanders.'
After controversial photo-finish with Caleb Ewan this month, this time there's no doubt who was first across the line.
Follow all the news for Milan-San Remo to open the men's 'monument' season.
The decisive climb in La Primavera is so innocuous that on the other 364 days of the year an errant cycling tourist will have a hard time finding it.
Our editors debate where the men's 'monuments' rank as the all-time favorite.
Both walked away without serious injury but the spring classics implications could have been shattering.
Matteo Tosatto recounts key moments of victory: 'Tom never once looked back until the very final wall.'
Confusion and controversy overshadow Sunday's results at GP Monseré.
MVDP downplays Tirreno-Adriatico expectations: 'The best version of myself is yet to come.'
'Lotte Kopecky and Demi are old and wise enough to make up their own minds': No pre-race agreement makes for frosty aftermath in Siena.
'Jumbo-Visma lost the race, they each did their own thing': Six days after the sublime of Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne, Dutch squad derailed in Siena.
Here's what the top riders said after the down-to-the-wire men's edition of Strade Bianche.
Pidcock jumped with 50km to go but it all came down to the final wall into Siena.
Van Vleuten and Van der Poel lead the odds, but the white roads of Tuscany can deliver some surprise winners.
Our editors dive into the tactics and try to put an end to the debate that the Italian 'sterrati' deserve monument status.
Pressure mounting as Alpecin-Deceuninck remains winless going into the critical spring classics racing period.
Opening weekend offers up four races in two days with Annemiek van Vleuten, Matteo Jorgenson, Magnus Sheffield, and Demi Vollering all taking part.
Up next are duels at Strade Bianche, Tour of Flanders, and Paris-Roubaix. The expectation will only grow in the next few weeks.
Romain Bardet: ‘Julian Alaphilippe couldn’t move, he couldn’t breathe’ following Liège-Bastogne-Liège crash
'He felt conscious but he couldn’t really talk. I really hope that he’s OK,' Bardet says after coming to Alaphilippe's aid.
'I think that I might have used up one of my lives today,' says British rider as classics season ends with a crash.
Who might win? What are the most significant climbs? Will it be wet? Here's all you need to know about the 2022 Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
Throwback Thursday: Where does Liège-Bastogne-Liège rank among the classics?
Here's everything you need to know about the men's and women's mid-week Belgian classic.
Dutch YouTube star turned pro racer finishes outside the time limit and rolls into velodrome dead last: 'It really was the 'Hell of the North.''
Here are 11 riders the Belgian team boss could sign to strengthen his cobbles squad.
Van Baarle delivers with anticipation and execution, Ineos and Intermarché shine, as Lampaert suffers, and Van der Poel runs out of steam.
Trek-Segafredo staffer Kenneth Van Impe helps keep the team going through Sunday's ‘Hell of the North.’
Lefevere on Lampaert’s Paris-Roubaix crash: ‘In my time I would have turned back, taken my bike, and hit him on the head’
‘He might need a lawyer but that will be it. I hope he doesn’t sleep this evening,’ says team boss.
'When they went in the crosswinds, and split it, they took the opportunity. We’ve never seen anything like that in Paris-Roubaix,' said former Tour de France winner.
Ineos Grenadiers wins its first Paris-Roubaix after Dutchman attacks late to distance elite group.
Book extract: By 1967, Paris-Roubaix needed a facelift. Former miner and cycling legend Jean Stablinski knew of a treacherous sector he thought was too difficult for the race.
Here we have it, a bike that could be heading to victory come Sunday.
American rider carrying momentum into debut in the 'Hell of the North' with Ineos Grenadiers.
Italian wins via long-range attack as Kopecky and Brand complete podium.
'Contract negotiation is about business. You cannot explain a season without results with two punctures and a badly timed crash,' says team boss.
Australian underwent double surgery this week and will miss Sunday's Paris-Roubaix.
The cobblestoned roads of northern France are the cruel setting for cycling's most spectacular singular day of racing.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl boss pushes back on notion of moving such races as Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix to the fall.
According to the UCI president, Paris-Roubaix owner ASO is also open to the idea of moving the cobbled classic out of its long-standing spot in April.
‘I could tell six weeks ago that Quick-Step wouldn't win a classic,’ says four-time Paris-Roubaix winner.
Belgian star to make racing return after missing Tour of Flanders and Amstel Gold Race.
VeloNews picks out 10 riders to keep an eye out for in the second monument of the men's spring classics campaign.
The 22-year-old turned pro with Ineos this season and he's made a huge mark on the cobbled classics so far.
‘Quick-Step? I haven't seen them. You probably saw more on TV,’ says Benoot.
'There’s every chance that Pogačar could win the Tour of Flanders. He’s an exceptional rider,' says former Tour de France winner.
From the significance of Girmay's glory to Quick-Step's hard questions and Sagan's form, we take a look at the major talking points from the men's race.
'When I saw 250 meters I didn’t want to wait because if I wait then maybe they can accelerate. I just closed my eyes and kept going,' says Eritrean.
Jumbo-Visma forced to settle for second in Gent-Wevelgem after vigilance from rivals.
‘This win is significant because there are so many riders watching who will see a rider like them at the top of the sport, and from today they’ll believe that they can do it. It’s so significant’ says Xylon van Eyck.
Two-time Olympic track medalist and 2019 world time trial champion is recovering, but team hopeful she will be able to hit season's major targets.
The Brit will now undergo blood tests to try uncover the root of the issue
To watch the entire 300km race? Or just the final juicy bits? Our editors debate the best Milan-San Remo viewing strategy.
The longest of cycling's five monuments will be streamed live for more than eight hours on Saturday, March 19.
Plus what we learned from the finale of the UAE Tour & Primož Roglič's start to the season at Ardèche/La Drôme
'It was easy to decide to retire:' Belgian star isn't feeling nostalgic yet, and brings big ambitions into his 20th and final season in the pro peloton.
Ag2r-Citroën star still chasing the big win and enters 2022 classics campaign recharged after going 'full, full, full' in recent seasons.
Belgian sprinter looks to replicate breakout 2021 season, builds toward classics and Giro d'Italia.
Energized by his transfer to BikeExchange-Jayco, Texan is hoping to dip into the cobblestones in a busy spring calendar.
Mads Pedersen and Jasper Stuyven want to win the same races, so how do they keep from falling out? It all comes down to a deep personal bond.
France's national elections are pushing back the 'Hell of the North' by an extra week in 2022 — how much of a difference will it make on race day? We asked the pros.
Czech superstar fought back from a string of health issues in 2020 and 2021 to return to form just in time to sign one-year deal.
No race better predicts success at Tour of Flanders or Paris-Roubaix than Harelbeke.
On or off? French cycling expert explains confusion behind imminent Paris-Roubaix decision.
Patrick Lefevere's self-styled 'Wolfpack' has long prowled on the cobblestones, but will they be the hunted ones this spring? We take both sides of the question.
Trek-Segafredo manager Luca Guercilena, who worked closely with the Swiss star, believes today's generation is even deeper and more competitive than during the Cancellara-Boonen heyday.
Boring or breathtaking? No race provokes wider reactions than Milano-Sanremo. Here's our rating of the 2021 edition.
Will it be Wout vs Mathieu? And Annemiek vs Anna? Or will some dark horse ride away with the spoils? Surprises are in the forecast for the white roads of Tuscany.
The elite men's peloton is bubbling over with talent and ambition that will spill across the 2021 spring classics campaign.
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.
Among the most celebrated and storied races in cycling, the spring classics begin in February and carry through to late April.
The Amstel Gold Race is preparing for a race behind closed doors this April on a circuit of around 18 kilometres.
A regional decree could sideline upcoming pro cycling races in Belgium, through the end of March.