On one of Roubaix's muddiest days, the numbers game pays off and an unheralded domestique wins the day.
Johan Museeuw was lucky to survive with his leg after a terrible 1998 crash, making his 2000 victory all the more astonishing.
The spring classics come to a climax at Tour of Flanders for the Women's WorldTour peloton. Here's the complete preview.
What can we learn from the five best editions of Flanders (in recent memory)? A look back at Boonen, Museeuw, and Durand's all-day break.
The 1985 edition of the Tour of Flanders featured such heavy rain that only 24 riders finished the race.
Johan Museeuw won his final Flanders title with a display of dominance by his Mapei team, which ruled the classics in the 1990s.
Take a look back at the 1992 edition of the Tour of Flanders, which featured a 212km breakaway.
Tom Boonen won his first Tour of Flanders in 2005, arguably one of the biggest seasons of his storied career.
Cycling fans were up in arms in 2012, when a new Tour of Flanders route was introduced, but a familiar Belgian won the day.
The best sprinters in the women's peloton have their chance at Gent-Wevelgem, and Lotta Lepisto wins her first career WorldTour race.