According to the UCI president, Paris-Roubaix owner ASO is also open to the idea of moving the cobbled classic out of its long-standing spot in April.
Tom Pidcock will save his Roubaix debut for another year, but Magnus Sheffield, Filippo Ganna and Dylan van Baarle will have free rides on the cobbles.
‘I could tell six weeks ago that Quick-Step wouldn't win a classic,’ says four-time Paris-Roubaix winner.
Having spare wheels placed along the different sectors of pavé at Paris-Roubaix can prove decisive between winning and losing everything.
Belgian star to make racing return after missing Tour of Flanders and Amstel Gold Race.
Brabantse Pijl victory bodes well for a new generation of budding American classics riders pushing into the frame.
Major changes include elimination of the seat mast, front IsoSpeed and adjustment on rear IsoSpeed.
Jumbo-Visma officials to decide if Wout van Aert might race Paris-Roubaix following COVID-19 recovery.
A preview of the cobblestones reveals dry and fast conditions for this weekend's racing at the 'Hell of the North.'
The four-time Paris-Roubaix winner tells us his greatest fear, whom he most admires, his greatest achievement, and his greatest regret.
From Troisvilles to Roubiax, via the Troueé d'Arenberg and the Carrefour de l'Arbre, VeloNews examines the cobbled sectors of the men's Paris-Roubaix route.
Forecasters are calling for mostly sunny skies, springlike temperatures, almost no chance of rain, and moderate headwinds for this weekend's racing.
UCI gives green light to Scope Atmoz hub-based pressure control system. So how does it work, and how might it help in 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.
Lizzie Deignan's winning bike from the inaugural Paris-Roubaix Femmes.
Leading cardiologist suggests that the risks to himself and others in the peloton could spell the end of the Italian star's racing career.
Who might win? What are the most significant sectors? Will it be wet? Here's all you need to know about the 2022 Paris-Roubaix.
US rider out of Roubaix and without a set race schedule after coming down sick last month.
Jumbo-Visma prioritizes long-term health of its top star in return from COVID infection: 'We are more cautious than cautious.'
Alpecin-Fenix star led home a chase group, but it was only good enough for fourth at the Amstel Gold Race.
Injury report: Pedersen down but not damaged at Sarthe; Hamilton stitched, Vader stable after Itzulia dramas
Pedersen good to go for Roubaix, Hamilton stitched after being sent over the barriers in the Basque Country, Vader in hospital care.
Triple world champ and 2018 Roubaix winner to fly to France for medical assessment after abandoning Circuit de la Sarthe.
Alaphilippe and Evenepoel are on track to ace the Ardennes, but that may only paper over the cracks of Quick-Step's failings in Flanders.
Former world champion stakes claim alongside Alexander Kristoff and Stefan Küng as rivals to Mathieu van der Poel in a reshaped 'Hell of the North.'
There is not a formal UCI policy on defibrillators as Italian rider continues with recovery.
Mathieu van der Poel, hot off winning Dwars door Vlaanderen and Tour of Flanders, confirmed he will race Amstel Gold Race.
Italian law could stop Paris-Roubaix winner from racing again after being fitted with internal defibrillator.
Tadej Pogačar says he will race Paris-Roubaix 'one day,' relishes shot at racing on cobbles at Tour de France: 'It can go terribly wrong or it can go OK.'
Ineos Grenadiers rookie continues to impress with Sunday's Amstel Gold Race and Paris-Roubaix on the horizon.
Tadej Pogačar takes a closer look at the treacherous sectors of French cobblestones that loom on stage 5 in this summer's Tour de France.
Quick-Step brings four mechanics and a fleet of cars loaded with extra wheels and parts to keep things running smoothly at Sunday's Tour of Flanders.
German veteran chasing form one race at a time with everything ‘direction Paris-Roubaix’ in return to Team DSM.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl promises to come out snarling at E3 Saxo Bank Classic after slow classics start
The so-called 'Wolfpack' vows to rev things up after 'only' one win in the opening month of classics-style racing the Belgian outfit typically dominates.
E3 Saxo Bank Classic is often called the 'mini Tour of Flanders' for its narrow roads, steep bergs, and highly competitive field. Here are five things to watch for Friday.
The switch of dates between Amstel Gold and Paris-Roubaix forces top teams to rip up decades-old scripts for spring racing.
'We are not going to make a race schedule until this problem is solved,' says his coach.
Roglič and Jumbo-Visma teammate Jonas Vingegaard take lessons from cobblestone primer ahead of Tour de France.
Bahrain-Victorious veteran says Milan-San Remo is a completely different race than when he went to the line with Mark Cavendish in 2009.
'Les Amis de Paris-Roubaix' is fixing up the fearsome Mons-en-Pévèle sector ahead of Paris-Roubaix weekend April 16-17.
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?
Coloradan racer stuck with seventh after all-aggressive race on the Tuscan gravel.
Ranking the spring’s biggest classics: Tuscany’s dirt-road throwdown sits second only to the cobblestone carnage of Paris-Roubaix.
Israel-Premier Tech rider finished off 2021 in a flourish, winning the national title and posting Canada's best Paris-Roubaix finish in a generation.
Czech superstar will skip Strade Bianche and try to hit form when it counts during the spring classics.
'It was easy to decide to retire:' Belgian star isn't feeling nostalgic yet, and brings big ambitions into his 20th and final season in the pro peloton.
Peter van Petegem maybe wasn't one of the biggest winners in his era, but he was always a player in the spring classics, winning Omloop a record-tying three times.
What Belgium's 'opening weekend' can tell us, and why the results sheet isn't always the best barometer of classics success.
Belgian superstar hopes to rediscover his winning legs just in time for a renewed assault on spring classics.
Peter Sagan will begin a new chapter Friday when he debuts in TotalEnergies team colors.
Danish dynamo has started the season on a tear as he goes on a mission to right the wrongs of last spring.
Olympic and world champion set for debuts at Paris-Nice and the Tour de France as he targets Paris-Roubaix and the Hour Record.
The unique-looking, mid-depth wheel is designed for the punishing cobbles of the ‘Hell of the North.’
Organizers confirm the 24 women's and 25 men's teams set to clatter over the cobbles this April.
French law requires all athletes to provide proof of vaccination.
Sicilian veteran to race all five monuments, Giro d'Italia and Tour de France in first season back with Astana-Qazaqstan.
Wout van Aert will skip the CX worlds in Fayetteville and Strade Bianche as he aims to be fresher for key classics races.
Van Aert closed out his 'cross season with nine wins from 10 and the Belgian title, setting home hype to warp-speed for cobbled classics.
Tour de Hoody: Here are five things that will make the 2022 racing season one worth remembering.
Our editors weigh in on the 21 must-know, high-drama headlines of 2021 and why they matter: Part one.
Danish star shrugs off reported widespread use of ketones in the peloton, and confirms he will not defend Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne title in 2022.
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.
Paris-Roubaix and Tour of Flanders are still on the table for the Italian as he plans out his 2022 season.
You could fill a book with all the drama and action from the 2021 season, but VeloNews has picked just seven moments. Which moments made the cut?
Double world champion prioritizes monuments for second-half of career, pushes back against pressure to race GC at Tour de France.
The Belgian has come as close as anyone in the modern era to completing the monument sweep, and will have one last shot at Milano-Sanremo in his final season as a pro.
Bust or boom? Peter Sagan brings his familiar entourage with him in a high-profile transfer that will define his next chapter — our editors debate his prospects.
The finish order of the riders in the Hell of the North mirrored the finish order of their tires in our rolling resistance test.
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.
‘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.
Sicilian veteran looks to expand ambitions in what could be final pro season, discusses struggles adapting to life at Trek-Segafredo.
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.
The worlds-Paris-Roubaix combination delivered absolutely thrilling racing — should cycling consider keeping it that way?
Pro racer, history student and town council member — how Florian Vermeersch nearly won Paris-Roubaix.