With smaller teams, tighter cut-off times, and short, explosive stages, Tour sprinters find themselves off the back.
Trek-Segafredo rides Roubaix with two good options: former winner Degenkolb and Stuyven. Plus young Pedersen is peaking.
John Degenkold (Trek-Segafredo) captured his second win of the four-day Challenge Mallorca on Sunday at the Trofeo Palma.
After two years of disappointing performances caused by training crash, Degenkolb ready to live up to his own high expectations.
John Degenkolb will resume training in two weeks following breathing problems that left him in hospital.
German one-day classics specialist John Degenkolb has been hospitalized with a breathing problem, Trek-Segafredo revealed on Friday.
After riding aggressively for much of Sunday's Tour of Flanders, Trek-Segafredo saw its chance at a podium evaporate on the Paterberg.
Just to make it clear; John Degenkolb is sick and tired of talking about “the crash,” but ready to chat all night long about the classics.
John Degenkolb closes out a five-year run with Giant – Alpecin in Abu Dhabi excited for a fresh start with Trek – Segafredo
Trek will reconfigure its approach to the classics in the absence of Fabian Cancellara, with John Degenkolb leading the way