Mapei swept the 1996 Paris-Roubaix podium in unbelievable fashion, but the race's outcome wasn't decided on the road.
Can an all-day breakaway survive at Paris-Roubaix? It did in 1988, when Dirk Demol won his first race as a professional.
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.