Van Aert on co-leadership with Evenepoel: 'This year the other ones have to watch two Belgians and not only one.'
With a puncheurs-styled course in Wollongong, not many are expecting the next rainbow jersey to come out of the Vuelta a España.
Van Aert, Evenepoel and Stuyven will anchor a strong Belgian worlds team to be finalized in late August.
Stuyven felt breakaway companion Pogačar didn’t have a super day.
Pogačar took 13 seconds on his rivals on the stage 5 cobblestones.
Trek-Segafredo brings stacked squad for the first week, and Simmons hopes to have some chances in the second half of the Tour.
From Christophe Laporte's collapsing wheel to Trek-Segafredo's entire team not finishing except one, the 2022 Paris-Roubaix produced drama, heartbreak, and elation.
Here are 11 riders the Belgian team boss could sign to strengthen his cobbles squad.
A confident Mads Pedersen will co-lead Trek-Segrafredo and the team is racing to win Paris-Roubaix.
Trek-Segafredo tandem bracing for long-range attacks from key rivals at Tour of Flanders.
VeloNews picks out 10 riders to keep an eye out for in the second monument of the men's spring classics campaign.
Stuyven was haunted by memories of a string of high-profile near-misses as he rode toward Wevelgem. Now he has another ghost to grapple with.
Here's what the pre-race favorites said at the start line in Harelbeke to open 'Flanders Week.'
The Trek-Segafredo rider says that missing Milan-San Remo was the right call to avoid risking another setback later in his classics campaign.
Alaphilippe, Stuyven, Colbrelli and Degenkolb are also among riders who will miss the Italian monument due to sickness.
Defending champion at Trek-Segafredo will miss Milan-San Remo with illness most likely picked up at Paris-Nice.
Teammates for six seasons and classics winners both, but Mads Pedersen and Jasper Stuyven have yet to go into the northern classics with both of them at their best. Is that set to change?
The Trek-Segafredo racer has been training at altitude in February ahead of his season debut at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad.
Belgian star defends team tactics and prefers to remember the 'goosebumps' of racing in front of 1 million fans on home roads.
Mads Pedersen and Jasper Stuyven want to win the same races, so how do they keep from falling out? It all comes down to a deep personal bond.
Internal rancor continues on Belgian national team after misfire on world championships on home roads.
Julian Alaphilippe 'blew up,' Peter Sagan still on the comeback, Greg Van Avermaet will keep hunting: Here are the reactions from De Ronde.
Teams and riders take rescheduling in stride, and embrace one-off scenario of seeing world championships and Roubaix stacked up in the fall.
Here's the news making headlines for Sunday, March 28.
Milano-Sanremo was franchise's first spring monument since Fabian Cancellara won Tour of Flanders in 2014.
Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel may find themselves with targets on their backs this spring, just as Peter Sagan was during his prime.
Boring or breathtaking? No race provokes wider reactions than Milano-Sanremo. Here's our rating of the 2021 edition.
Caleb Ewan's climbing surprise, Wout van Aert's losing gamble, and much more from the playmakers of Sanremo.
Belgian defiantly challenged big favorites like Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel, and comes away with biggest win of career.
Pre-race favorite finished fifth after seeing chances melt on the red-hot ascent of the Poggio.
Caleb Ewan sprints to second place, with Wout van Aert third after Jasper Stuyven bold attack off the base of the Poggio.
Trek-Segafredo will try to disrupt the pre-race favorites with Vincenzo Nibali and Jasper Stuyven at Milano-Sanremo.
An uneven runway to the Belgian classics and off-season moves see the 2021 edition harder than usual to gauge.
Will Julian Alaphilippe continue Deceuninck-Quick-Step's winning start? Will Mathieu van der Poel dominate? And what can Tom Pidcock do?
Organizers confirm wildcards for 'Belgian opener' as optimism grows that classics will be contested as scheduled this spring.
Young Dane has come out of pivotal season in the rainbow jersey with a transformed attitude and brighter outlook.
Trek-Segafredo star biding time during rise of Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel.
The 28-year old Belgian has been with Trek-Segafredo since his debut as a professional in 2014.
Trek-Segafredo's Stuyven and Deignan also putting 'fall classics' and grand tours at center of revised 2020 calendars.
Trek-Segafredo star is sidelined during the most important part of his season, hopeful for a race return later this year.
Guillaume Boivin confident of riders' own health at Paris-Nice, though he and others fear measures to prevent spread of virus around general public could put long-term stopper on racing.
Two Belgians battled it out for bragging rights in the season's first major one-day race
Ex-pro Wiggins says the Dane's rainbow jersey is the most unexpected in decades as Pedersen plans to debut stripes
Saturday's Omloop Het Nieuwsblad marks the start of the 2019 classics season.
Jasper Stuyven's near miss on Saturday underlined that cycling is often a game of miles, inches, or even a few feet of elevation.
Trek-Segafredo rides Roubaix with two good options: former winner Degenkolb and Stuyven. Plus young Pedersen is peaking.
Jasper Stuyven was born in Flanders as a cobble-basher, but he's since branched out into the business world.
Jasper Stuyven takes his first one-day win as a pro with a solo attack inside the final 20km of Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne
With Segafredo sponsoring Trek for the next three years, team officials have more bargaining power as they search for another classics king.
The Tinkoff-Saxo star, the latest high-profile withdrawal from the Vuelta due to injury, says moto drivers don't take rider safety seriously
Canadian claims victory in stage 2 at the six-day race through Quebec
The six-day race through Quebec kicks off with a 165km flat stage
21-year-old Bontrager rider wins the Best Young Rider jersey and finishes eighth in the GC at the Amgen Tour of California
The Bontrager development team launched in Wisconsin in February and though 2012 winner Axel Merckx lost early, the team defended its title belt