'This might sound cheesy but this is going to be one of the proudest moments of my career,' says veteran Australian.
Australian underwent double surgery this week and will miss Sunday's Paris-Roubaix.
Tour de Hoody: Who will have that magical ride across the cobblestones to dance with the very best? Nearly every edition of Paris-Roubaix delivers its fairytale story.
Riders continue to struggle with illness and fitness ahead of Sunday's De Ronde: ‘We are all chasing shape.’
Tour de Hoody: The last bunch sprint came in 2016, and everyone is bracing for more attacks on the Poggio.
Bahrain-Victorious veteran says Milan-San Remo is a completely different race than when he went to the line with Mark Cavendish in 2009.
Favorites brace for an attack from Tadej Pogačar on the Poggio: ‘The way he is climbing, he can drop everyone.’
France's national elections are pushing back the 'Hell of the North' by an extra week in 2022 — how much of a difference will it make on race day? We asked the pros.
Veteran racers are feeling the pinch as professionalization and 'datafication' raises the game – but the old-timers know brains can beat brawn.
‘Sometimes I just put my head down, closed my eyes and hoped for the best:’ Aussie veteran recounts the mayhem of an unforgettable muddy Roubaix.
Heinrich Haussler on his love-hate relationship with cyclocross: ‘You suffer so much, but it’s worth it’
Haussler returns to CX to add spring to his 2022 ambitions: ‘You need to train harder and harder to keep up with riders that are basically little kids’
What does it take to make Roubaix veteran Haussler a little emotional? A top-10 at his favorite race and having teammate Sonny Colbrelli score the win, that's what.
Heinrich Haussler dubs his teammate a 'f***ing beast' after Italian tops stellar summer with monument win.
Bahrain-Victorious veteran discovers how CX helps power Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel into the classics.
Australian veteran will be racing the 'cross worlds Sunday with long view on the classics: 'For the classics, cyclocross is the best preparation. You see that with Mathieu and Wout.'
WorldTour cycling teams, riders brace for calendar revival after months of lockdown.
Bonifazio capitalizes on late move from Haussler, goes on to hold off chasing sprint teams.
Rui Costa nets victory in opening stage of new second-tier race.
35-year-old Australian talks racing with van der Poel, why riders need brains as well as brawn, and his mentoring role in Bahrain-McLaren.
A brutal eight days of racing has trimmed the GC field to a foursome and left a weary peloton in its wake
Each grand tour is distinct, and pro riders see this up close every season. Here's their perspective on the Giro vs. the Tour vs. the Vuelta.
Ramunas Navardauskas and Heinrich Haussler will have a fresh start to their careers with the new team based in the Middle East.
Heinrich Haussler out-sprints neo-pro sensation Caleb Ewan to capture the win
IAM Cycling's Heinrich Haussler is older, wiser, and hungrier than ever and is looking square at the twilight of his career
We make our case for the main contenders in the Tour of Flanders field, and conclude that “Spartacus” is the man to beat
German-Australian goes back to old school training methods and finally gets reward after sparking Wevelgem breakaway
"I am looking forward to a new start," he told VeloNews. "I am really motivated for it"
After three straight second-place finishes, Heinrich Haussler hopes his day will come soon to get on top of the podium
Young team leader Sep Vanmarcke runs out of gas late, Farrar spends rare day in the break
MENTAUGOU, China (VN) — Heinrich Haussler ended a season-long drought with a narrow sprint victory as the Chinese fans turned out in numbers in Thursday's 137km second stage at the Tour of Beijing.
Garmin-Cervélo’s Heinrich Haussler won the third stage of the Tour of Qatar Wednesday to take the race leader's jersey from three-time winner Tom Boonen (Quick Step).
Tom Boonen said Monday that every year it gets a bit harder to win the Tour of Qatar, a race he's won three times.
Haussler v. Cav'; Contador's mystery meat; Bauer dreams big
Roger Hammond is entering perhaps his final year of racing on a beefed up Garmin-Cervelo squad
Six more riders, including Heinrich Haussler, Roger Hammond and Brett Lancaster, will join Thor Hushovd on the new Garmin-Cervelo team for 2011.
Haussler had hoped to race for Australia this year, but a lingering knee injury will keep him at home.
Heinrich Haussler (Cervélo TestTeam) wins stage 2 of the Tour de Suisse as Fabian Cancellara (Saxo Bank) retains the overall lead.
No one was injured in the two-car crash Saturday evening, but Cervelo TestTeam says the German rider was over the legal alcohol limit.