A look back at the 2010 cobblestone stage, which pitted Lance Armstrong against Alberto Contador and the Schlecks and caused a shakeup in the general classification
Prototype BMC to be raced this week at the Ironman world championship in Utah.
Though it's not in the race for 2022, we look back at the climb simply known as the Muur.
'Spartacus' pulled a stunner with his solo dash down the finish straight in 2008 – Ganna hopes he could do the same.
'It’s going to be interesting with Pogačar because for me everything points to van Aert,' 2008 winner tells VeloNews.
The big Swiss time machine won just about everything, and his long-running rivalry with Tom Boonen ushered in a new generation of fans into the cobblestone classics.
The four-time world time trial champion did not want to risk another dangerous crash, and retired Wednesday with the gold medal in the mixed relay.
Trek-Segafredo rallies around general manager Luca Guercilena following diagnosis of lymphoma.
Cancellara on how van Aert and van der Poel were too hot too early this season and whether their rivalry compares to his and Tom Boonen's.
From Peter Sagan's world-champion romp to Mat Hayman's miracle-on-cobblestones, our editors pick their favorite editions of Paris-Roubaix.
The Spartacus Papers: Fabian Cancellara on his greatest Paris-Roubaix victory, his kudos for Peter Sagan
In part two of a three-part series, Cancellara discusses going 'full gladiator' in the 2013 Paris-Roubaix and how Peter Sagan loves to 'kick asses.'
The Spartacus Papers: Fabian Cancellara on the postponement of Paris-Roubaix, and why he prefers Tour of Flanders
In part one of a three-part series to celebrate Paris-Roubaix, Cancellara talks about the postponement of this year's race, the sizzling 2021 season, and why he loves De Ronde the most.
No race better predicts success at Tour of Flanders or Paris-Roubaix than Harelbeke.
Milano-Sanremo was franchise's first spring monument since Fabian Cancellara won Tour of Flanders in 2014.
Trek-Segafredo manager Luca Guercilena, who worked closely with the Swiss star, believes today's generation is even deeper and more competitive than during the Cancellara-Boonen heyday.
What is the best-case scenario for 'Phil-Gil' to join one of cycling's most elite clubs? We look at the options.
Plus, the four-time world champion weighs in on a hotly dispute topic amongst cyclists: correct sock height.
Retired Swiss great spoke with VeloNews about Filippo Ganna's classics ambitions and the red-hot rivalry between Wout van Aert and Matthieu van der Poel.
Marc Hirschi's stage win is confirmation of Team Sunweb's aggressive, stage hunting strategy after years of targeting sprints and the GC.
The world champion and the Olympic champion battled at the classics.
Writer James Jung participated in Switzerland’s inaugural Bern-Andermatt leg of the Chasing Cancellara series for an up-close view of bike racing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Fabian Cancellara's lawyers have demanded that Phil Gaimon's publisher stops distribution of "Draft Animals."
Fabian Cancellara takes matters into his own hands, attacking an uncooperative breakaway, and fending off a charging sprint field.
On this week's VeloNews Show, we say goodbye to Fabian Cancellara and remember his best moments. Plus, NBA legend Bill Walton lost his bike en route to Hawaii. Don't worry, he got it back.
We say farewell to Cancellara, reflect on other notable retired pros, Jan Ullrich, and Thomas Dekker, and learn about iliac artery endofibrosis.
The retired Swiss star admits he's put on 4-5 kilos since calling an end to his career.
BrakeThrough Media followed Fabian Cancellara around on the Tour de France's rest day in his hometown of Berne, Switzerland.
With the trading season opening August 1, teams, riders, and agents are jockeying for position in the market.
Cancellara bids adieu to the Tour de France aboard an intricate, custom-painted Trek Madone.
This year's route is harder than in years past, with more climbs added into the course as the peloton preps for the Tour de France.
Fabian Cancellara ends his Giro d'Italia after an untimely illness prior to the race and a long spring of hard racing.
Chad Haga offers his gratitude to Fabian Cancellara for helping control the peloton on Thursday.
"It’s all or nothing, all for today, because there is no tomorrow. I think that is helping him in the race," says Trek – Segafredo GM Luca Guercilena.
Fabian Cancellara is the only Trek – Segafredo rider on a Domane at the Tour of Flanders
De Ronde van Vlaanderen's top favorites give their takes on Sunday's big race
Fabian Cancellara is aiming for a record-breaking fourth career Tour of Flanders title this Sunday
Veteran sport director Dirk Demol has worked with both riders, and he tells VeloNews one of them holds a slight edge in the classics.
Fabian Cancellara takes his third career Strade Bianche title, getting the better of defending champion Zdenek Stybar on the final climb
Though Frank Schleck jokingly calls Cancellara a "diva," he says the Swiss champ is one of the best of all time.
Italy's Strade Bianche classic is thinking big, requesting WorldTour status and naming sectors after great champions of the race.
Fabian Cancellara earned his first TT win of 2016, beating rival Tony Martin in Volta ao Algarve stage 3. Martin assumes GC lead.
Fabian Cancellara rides a special race team version of the Madone, and is still using mechanical shifting.
With Segafredo sponsoring Trek for the next three years, team officials have more bargaining power as they search for another classics king.
The Swiss star will retire at the end of next season, a campaign during which he hopes to win a monument and lead the Giro d'Italia.
Despite training crash, Cancellara is ready to close out his professional career with one more run at his beloved classics races in 2016.
The 34-year-old Swiss star says he's looking forward to Christmas, and then his final year of professional road racing.