After initially saying he would not race Milano-Sanremo this year, Vincenzo Nibali will now lead Astana in Saturday's Italian monument.
Two major Italian races are on the menu: Men face Milano-Sanremo, while the Women's WorldTour rides the hills of Trofeo Alfredo Binda.
Global Cycling Network names 10 of the top riders who are in with a chance of winning the season's first monument.
With Milano-Sanremo coming up this Saturday, take a look back at a historic double, won by Laurent Fignon in 1989.
Cannondale is focusing on three leaders, Slagter, van Baarle, and Navardauskas, to keep its options open at Milano-Sanremo.
The 300-kilometer Milano-Sanremo might seem predictable, but it's far from it. Andrew Hood takes a closer look at "la Classicissima."
Peter Sagan will try to win Milano-Sanremo wearing the rainbow jersey, and says the course could be even more challenging.
Recently, Milano-Sanremo winners have honed form at Paris-Nice — Bouhanni and Matthews look sharp ahead of Saturday's monument.
Fernando Gaviria, 21, has already made several impressions on cycling's elite. He'll test himself in the 300km Italian monument.
Fabian Cancellara is on winning form so far this season, which bodes well for one final run at the Milano-Sanremo monument.