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.
Movistar just hacked team time trials, maybe accidentally. In fact, the team may not even realize the powerful TTT tool it just invented.
Milano-Sanremo has unpredictable, exciting finishes. Here are five favorite editions from the modern era, and what fans can learn from each.
What do Peter Sagan, Greg Van Avermaet, Philippe Gilbert, and Tom Boonen have in common? Great riders, but none have won Milano-Sanremo.
Sean Kelly's 1992 Milano-Sanremo win was one of the most memorable in race history, a daring downhill attack off the Poggio.
Fabian Cancellara takes matters into his own hands, attacking an uncooperative breakaway, and fending off a charging sprint field.
Milano-Sanremo 2004 looked like it belonged to Petacchi, then Zabel was dashing to victory, but the German made a critical error.
Here's a quick recap of what took place during the 2012 edition of Milano-Sanremo.
With Milano-Sanremo only days away, we are taking a look back at some of the most memorable editions of “La Primavera.”