Tom Boonen’s retirement leaves Quick-Step without a Belgian star. Where does the team go from here?
We follow Tom Boonen for the week of his final run at Paris-Roubaix. Belgium's biggest cycling superstar finally hangs up his cleats.
Paris-Roubaix saw Greg Van Avermaet win his first cobblestone trophy, but veteran and four-time champ Tom Boonen retired empty-handed.
Tom Boonen said he had no regrets after the final race of his career ended in a disappointing finish at the prestigious Paris-Roubaix.
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.
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
Tom Boonen is one of the peloton's most popular riders. But though Roubaix favorites admire his career, they won't cut him slack on Sunday.
Days after suffering a concussion in a Tour of Flanders crash, it was announced that American Taylor Phinney will sit out Paris-Roubaix.
Tom Boonen arrives at his final race, Paris-Roubaix with confidence and a strong team. But what happens the Monday after Roubaix?
Tom Boonen has one more Roubaix left, and for this final cobbled classic, he'll ride a custom Specialized S-Works Roubaix with rim brakes.