With its distance, its prestige and hard-to-predict nature, there is no race like it on the international calendar.
'It’s going to be interesting with Pogačar because for me everything points to van Aert,' 2008 winner tells VeloNews.
Former Tour de France winner sees the strong block at Jumbo-Visma as the only team capable of taking on Pogačar.
Irish two-time winner tips a long range attack from the Slovenian but is cautious about a final that could see rivals attack after the Poggio.
Favorites brace for an attack from Tadej Pogačar on the Poggio: ‘The way he is climbing, he can drop everyone.’
Tadej Pogačar has been hyped as the overwhelming pre-race favorite, can Wout van Aert or someone else put a stop to his astonishing 2022 run?
Dutch squad was mid-pack before a radical reinvention inspired by Kiwi rugby took Wout van Aert, Primož Roglič and Co. to top of pro peloton.
Kate Wagner picks apart the key moments from a gripping edition of the 'Race to the Sun'.
Van Aert closing on classics-conquering form after big week in Paris-Nice, reconfirms Tour de France green jersey ambition.
Roglič hangs on for victory in prestigious Tour de France build-up race, avoiding repeat of shock final-day defeat in 2021.
Simon Yates piles on pressure with attack over final climb only for Wout van Aert to play superdomestique and keep Roglič's GC bid alive.
The ‘Race to the Sun’ will be streamed on television, and you can also watch it through a web browser or a mobile app.
Paris-Nice leader Primož Roglič believes his condition is improving, but his Jumbo-Visma team is struggling with injuries as the race reaches its climb-heavy finale.
Brandon McNulty soars to stage win as the overall standings change on the road to Saint-Sauveur-de-Montagut.
Grischa Nierman says that his team’s top three finish on first stage was more satisfying than their second podium sweep in Paris-Nice’s Montluçon time trial.
Belgian takes yellow jersey from teammate Laporte
Another day of tough racing as the yellow jersey hits the deck and McNulty loses time.
Wout van Aert and Australians Jack Haig and Ben O’Connor emerged from the windy mayhem on the road to Orléans relatively unscathed, but GC favorites Matteo Jorgenson and Guillaume Martin weren’t as lucky.