A year ago Mathew Hayman denied Tom Boonen a record-extending fifth Roubaix win and he believes he can spoil Boonen's party once again.
Days after suffering a concussion in a Tour of Flanders crash, it was announced that American Taylor Phinney will sit out Paris-Roubaix.
On this week’s The VeloNews Show we sit down with defending Paris-Roubaix champion Mathew Hayman. It’s been a year since
A look at some of the awards we handed out at the conclusion of the 2016 season.
TrainingPeaks analyzes Mathew Hayman's power output from Paris-Roubaix, when he out-sprinted Tom Boonen in the velodrome.
Despite breaking a radius bone at Omloop, Mathew Hayman came roaring back to form to win big at Roubaix after 17 years of domestique work.
Go behind the scenes with Orica – GreenEdge, which won its first Paris-Roubaix with Mathew Hayman on Sunday.
Aussie Matthew Hayman wins his first Paris-Roubaix title in his 15th attempt, leaving him in "total disbelief" at the Roubaix velodrome.
37-year-old Mathew Hayman delivers a stunning Paris-Roubaix victory, outsprinting Tom Boonen and Ian Stannard in the velodrome
Several riders go down hard in E3 Harelbeke and Gent-Wevelgem