Anna van der Breggen rode to a solo victory at the women's Tour of Flanders.
Gent-Wevelgem proved to be a day for the sprinters, and Peter Sagan took advantage of an ambitious Quick-Step team to win it.
Marta Bastianelli, who won the 2007 road world title, sprinted to victory in Sunday's Women’s Gent-Wevelgem.
Jolien D'hoore takes her first win of the season in a rainy, windy day in Belgium, out-sprinting Chloe Hosking.
Nibali claimed the Milano-Sanremo monument with a brilliant attack, but the finish was a nailbiter.
Canyon-SRAM's Katarzyna Niewiadoma mounts a daring solo attack to win Trofeo Alfredo Binda and take the WWT points lead.
We look ahead to Milano-Sanremo, and rank the favorites. Plus, how does MSR stack up against cycling's other monuments?
The wet and muddy Strade Bianche and the UCI Track Cycling World Championships are on the menu for this week's show.
Editor’s note: This VeloNews Show includes images from Tim de Waele/Getty Images, BrakThrough Media, YouTube/Cyclelife,
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