From van Baarle to van der Poel, we highlight the key riders to watch in Sunday's final spring classic of the season.
Sport scientists, team staffers and chefs lift the lid on the old-school feasts and high-tech fuelling of the 'Hell of the North.'
Jumbo-Visma is glad the Belgian star is back in time to race Paris-Roubaix: 'Wout starts in a free role.'
‘I could tell six weeks ago that Quick-Step wouldn't win a classic,’ says four-time Paris-Roubaix winner.
Belgian star to make racing return after missing Tour of Flanders and Amstel Gold Race.
Jumbo-Visma officials to decide if Wout van Aert might race Paris-Roubaix following COVID-19 recovery.
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.
Jumbo-Visma prioritizes long-term health of its top star in return from COVID infection: 'We are more cautious than cautious.'
Mathieu van der Poel, hot off winning Dwars door Vlaanderen and Tour of Flanders, confirmed he will race Amstel Gold Race.
De Ronde champ compliments rivals van Aert and Pogačar: ‘Attacking is the most honest way to be in a final with the best riders.’
Christophe Laporte suffered an untimely crash and Tiesj Benoot was gapped in closing kilometers of De Ronde
Belgian home-crowd favorite is out for Sunday's monument, and will be recuperating from coronavirus.
How the likely absence of Wout van Aert will impact Tour of Flanders: ‘No one knows who will control the race’
Lotto-Soudal among several teams hoping to fill the void left by Wout van Aert as Belgian outfit continues its pursuit of points and podiums.
Van Aert's sidewalls painted with silicone, but not for durability.
The so-called ‘Wolfpack’ is reeling so far in the spring classics, but the team is counting on Kasper Asgreen and Florian Sénéchal to carry pride across Tour of Flanders.
Riders continue to struggle with illness and fitness ahead of Sunday's De Ronde: ‘We are all chasing shape.’
Jumbo-Visma uncertain if Belgian star will race Tour of Flanders, while Trek-Segafredo confirms US rider will not start.
‘Quick-Step? I haven't seen them. You probably saw more on TV,’ says Benoot.
Wout van Aert to race Flanders in one of six new helmets, the aero Vento, which earned a five-star rating from Virginia Tech helmet test lab.
'There’s every chance that Pogačar could win the Tour of Flanders. He’s an exceptional rider,' says former Tour de France winner.
Van Aert cools his engine while Pogačar plans to test cobblestone capacity at Wednesday's race: ‘It’s a bit of a step into the unknown.’
Everything you need to know about 2022 men's Tour of Flanders, from the climbs and cobbles to the contenders and conditions.
Jumbo-Visma forced to settle for second in Gent-Wevelgem after vigilance from rivals.
Here's what the pre-race favorites for the men's race said at the startline in Ypres ahead of marathon-length cobbled classic.
Van der Poel comeback victory at Coppi e Bartali on same day van Aert crushes E3 Classic promises resumption of epic rivalry at De Ronde.
Who are you going to be watching out for at the men's Gent-Wevelgem? VeloNews selects six stars expected to shine in Sunday's classic.
All you need to know about the men's and women's Gent-Wevelgem, including routes, riders, and must-know narratives.
Wout van Aert called the Eritrean a 'big talent' after he made it into the group of favorites at the Belgian classic.
The Jumbo-Visma rider becomes the first Belgian champion in 59 years to win the Belgian one-day race.
Christophe Laporte and Wout van Aert go clear at 40km to go after van Aert forces decisive selections with two huge moves.
Here's what the pre-race favorites said at the start line in Harelbeke to open 'Flanders Week.'
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 Dane was the sensation of the 2021 classics season, but admits things will be more complicated as he returns to E3 Saxo Bank Classic and Tour of Flanders.
Jumbo-Visma star covered attacks from Tadej Pogačar but could not chase down the attacking Mohorič on the Poggio descent.
Slovenian breakaway ace surprises favorites with solo dash off the bottom of the Poggio and down the Via Roma.
Pogačar wary of Mathieu van der Poel: 'I never believe that he is only here to train. I think he's good.'
To watch the entire 300km race? Or just the final juicy bits? Our editors debate the best Milan-San Remo viewing strategy.
Roglič and Jumbo-Visma teammate Jonas Vingegaard take lessons from cobblestone primer ahead of Tour de France.
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.
‘Christophe Laporte deserved this win because he was super strong,’ said Wout van Aert after Jumbo-Visma trio smashed Paris-Nice opener.
Paris-Nice: Christophe Laporte leads Jumbo-Visma 1-2-3 ahead of Primož Roglič and Wout van Aert on stage 1
Christophe Laporte took the Paris-Nice race lead in dramatic style as teammate Primož Roglič gained an early advantage on his rivals.
'We still have to fix something in Paris-Nice,” says sports director Grischa Niermann.
Strade Bianche: From Tadej Pogačar to Julian Alaphilippe, favorites for every scenario on the ‘white roads’
Most editions end with a handful of strong riders hitting the final wall into Siena — who will it be this year? We break down the possibilities.
Has the balance of power at the classics shifted?
New Cervélo S5 spotted under Wout van Aert and others in ‘opening weekend’ races.
The four races that make up the men's and women's opening classics delivered plenty of action and provided lots of talking points.
The Belgian comes back from a crash and mechanicals to finish fifth.
'Celebrating the win with wild gestures wouldn’t have been appropriate' Belgian says as he shows support for Ukraine
'I’m surprised about the result as well because I didn’t have high expectations coming into this race' says veteran rider.
'I was late to the start and didn’t feel prepared or relaxed enough but I feel more comfortable on the cobbled climbs' Ineos rider says after first cobbles race of the season.
Van Aert attacks over Bosberg before holding off 19-rider chase.
'It doesn’t really work if you have one leader for these races,' says teammate Ethan Hayter.
The 'opening weekend' double-header delivers huge kudos and a prize place on the palmarès – but beware, the road to Roubaix is long.
'It should no longer be the intention that I am alone in the run-up to the final,' says Belgian on Jumbo-Visma's new classics depth.
The double whammy of Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne will whet the palette as the cobbled classics ramp up.
Wout van Aert has wingmen, Mathieu van der Poel is MIA, omicron is raging and Roubaix is rescheduled – top teams expect chaos on the cobbles.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl not intimidated by rising strength of rivals as new 'packs' come to the cobblestone party.