Greg Van Avermaet’s Tour de France bike gets the gold treatment following his successful season to date.
Olympic champion Greg van Avermaet (BMC Racing) continued his powerful run of early season form Sunday clinching the Tour of Luxembourg.
The Belgian has enjoyed a solid spring season thus far, and he has the potential to eventually win all five of cycling's monuments.
All 18 WorldTour teams now count at least one victory in their books for 2017. But why are the top teams winning, or not, so much?
Why is the cycling world so lukewarm about Greg Van Avermaet? What can he do to boost his popularity and become more like Tom Boonen?
The Belgian said his Paris-Roubaix victory is special, but a win on his home roads in Flanders is what he ultimately seeks.
Greg van Avermaet overcame a mid-race crash to claim his first 'Monument' race in a dramatic sprint victory at Paris-Roubaix on Sunday.
VeloNews chatted to a few top pros during team presentations to get their take on what we can expect in the 'Hell of the North' on
BMC Racing knew they had a keeper in Greg Van Avermaet. While bigger names would come and go, BMC put their faith in Van Avermaet.
BMC Racing rues a moment of inattention on the Muur plus an untimely crash late in Tour of Flanders, though Van Avermaet finished second.