Chaotic men's race takes several contenders out of contention in opening laps while women's race comes down to tight five-way battle.
Van Aert hoping there's more success to come as further clashes with Mathieu van der Poel and Tom Pidcock loom on the horizon.
Ineos Grenadiers could be courting Wout van Aert; Wilco Kelderman's take on the Giro; Chad Haga takes us inside Team Sunweb's Giro d'Italia.
Van Aert takes first 'cross victory of the season at X2O Trofee, Del Carmen Alvarado ends unlucky streak with peerless performance.
What we learned from the opening ‘cross clash between Mathieu van der Poel, Wout van Aert, Tom Pidcock
Here are five takeaways from the first big-name battle ahead of the January world championships.
Transfer to Ineos Grenadiers? Wout, say it ain't so.
Van der Poel wins much-hyped battle with Wout van Aert and Tom Pidcock; U.S. national champ Clara Honsinger takes breakout second-place in women's race.
Primož Roglič's Vuelta a España-winning Bianchi currently stands at €7,000 in online auction that includes bikes ridden by Sepp Kuss, Wout van Aert and more.
Are the discipline's two biggest stars too dominant in both the racing and the reporting of cyclocross?
Van der Poel to return to 'cross racing this weekend; first clash with Wout van Aert likely to come the following Sunday.
Don't expect to see fans lining the course, or crowding the pits in Ostend, Belgium on January 30 - 31.
Superprestige Boom: Lucinda Brand wins after pit lane controversy, Eli Iserbyt takes faultless victory
Wout van Aert finishes fourth in men's race, Brand fined after obstructing Alvarado in the pit lane.
The peloton's speed merchants will have three clear opportunities for victory in the first week of the 2021 Tour de France.
Brand continues dominant streak with powerful ride; Vanthourenhout beats Eli Iserbyt and Wout van Aert in men's race.
Eli Iserbyt takes dominant victory on technical city-center circuit, Lucinda Brand wins women's race.
Peloton's 'puncheurs' and GC riders will be challenged right from ‘grand départ’ at 2021 Tour de France.
Cross-discipline duo have been fierce rivals for longer in cyclocross than they have been on the road. With a narrow defeat at Tour of Flanders fresh in the memory, Van Aert is braced for more as 'cross season kicks off.
Retired Swiss great spoke with VeloNews about Filippo Ganna's classics ambitions and the red-hot rivalry between Wout van Aert and Matthieu van der Poel.
From the Mur de Bretagne to the vineyard time trial, riders and staffers break down the key things to know about next year's race.
Wout van Aert laments losing to his rival Mathieu van der Poel at the Tour of Flanders; says Julian Alaphilippe's crash is 'a pity.'
The Tour of Flanders came down to a dramatic sprint between Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel. In the final push to the line, van der Poel was fastest.
Julian Alaphilippe crashed after tangling with a race motorcycle at the Tour of Flanders.
Julian Alaphilippe leads Deceuninck–Quick-Step's powerhouse squad at Sunday's Tour of Flanders.
This year's Tour of Flanders has plenty of storylines to follow, from the race's prohibition of fans, to the debut of Romain Bardet and Julian Alaphilippe, to the heated rivalry between Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel.
Van Aert accuses his long-time rival of ruining both their chances of victory after the pair marked each other out in the final of Gent-Wevelgem.
Mads Pedersen said that Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel marked each other in the thrilling finale to Gent-Wevelgem. As the two men eyed each other, Pedersen escaped to take a much-deserved win.
Mathieu van der Poel and Wout van Aert said the cancelation of Paris-Roubaix shifts more importance to Gent-Wevelgem and the Tour of Flanders.
Van Aert back in top shape and ambitious as ever after physically and mentally struggling to keep momentum after worlds.
Here's all you need to know about one of the toughest one-day races of the year, from the crosswinds, dirt roads and cobbled climbs of the course to the ways to watch it live.
Just weeks after seeing the Tour snatched from him and being blasted by media for his ride at the worlds, Slovenian star salvages season in dramatic sprint.
Tour de France runner-up laments not having legs in finale to help trade teammate chase down Alaphilippe.
Belgian star disappointed but 'without regret' after being bettered in worlds time trial and then road race by unstoppable opposition.
Frenchman goes solo with 12km to go, holding off a stellar chase group to take his nation's first rainbow jersey since 1997.
Wout van Aert, Julian Alaphilippe, Michael Woods, Marc Hirschi and Jakob Fuglsang are among the top favorites to take the rainbow bands in Imola.
The full guide to this week's Imola worlds, including the courses, the favorites, the American prospects, and how to watch the action live.
Primož Roglič lost his legs for first time in an otherwise faultless Tour de France performance Saturday, tumbling out of the race lead in dramatic time trial collapse
Star domestique to be given freedom to race for victory – and a possible hat trick of stage wins – at the Tour's ITT on Saturday.
Van Aert fined for swearing at Sagan after the pair came head-to-head in Poitiers.
Caleb Ewan wins stage 11 of the Tour de France with little to spare
Peter Sagan was relegated for shoving Wout van Aert in the stage 11 sprint, and afterwards van Aert had heated comments about Sagan's sprint.
Dozens of riders crashed Tuesday during a nervous stage littered with road furniture and roundabouts.
VeloNews Podcast: Wout van Aert’s future: Brent Bookwalter on Tour de France stress; Ineos’ crosswinds trap
On today's episode we analyze Team Ineos Greandiers' crosswind trap into Lavaur. Then, we discuss Wout van Aert's stunning season, and what it means for his future in pro cycling. Then, American Brent Bookwalter offers his analysis on the stress of the Tour de France's opening week.
History repeated in the crosswinds during Friday's seventh stage of the Tour de France. Just one year ago the race exploded in crosswinds, and some of the same GC riders lost time.
In today's Active Pass roundtable, we field your questions about Neilson Powless, Wout van Aert, and the UCI's ruling on Julian Alaphilippe.
Adam Yates rode safely and smartly surrounded by Mitchelton-Scott to retain the yellow jersey in a stage blown apart by winds and Bora-Hansgrohe.
Our sixth Active Pass roundtable focuses on the Tour de France race jury's controversial decision on Wednesday to penalize Julian Alaphilippe for taking an illegal feed.
We chew over the controversial decision that robbed Julian Alaphillipe of the GC lead and discuss just how awesome Wout van Aert is.
Stage 5 promised to be a stage for the sprinters — but no one predicted Peter Sagan would lose the green jersey to Sam Bennett, or that the yellow jersey would change hands due to a rule infraction.
Belgian's massive turn on the slopes of Orcières-Merlette continues his streak of peerless performances since the August restart.
The young Belgian has the legs and versatility to challenge Sagan in the points competition, but team duties could come first.
Jumbo-Visma remains confident ahead of Tour battle with Ineos although Dutch team still yet to confirm final roster.
The 25-year-old who races for Jumbo-Visma beat back world hour record-holder Victor Campenaerts to take his second consecutive national champion's jersey.
The Tour de France usually brings with it a slew of new bikes and gear. Here's what to look for at the 2020 Tour, and how to spot it.
The 2019 Vuelta a España winner assumes overall lead from teammate Wout van Aert.
Who are you more excited about, Evenepoel or Van Aert? Should Ineos be concerned by Jumbo-Visma's dominance at Tour de l'Ain? Where does accountability lie for the horror crash in Poland?
Belgian targeting success across a range of races as he continues to push his own limits.
Longest race of the year and minimal race days leaves a number of contenders without the final race-winning watts.
Van Aert and Alaphillipe went clear over the Poggio and held off a dramatic late chase, with Matthews taking third.
Van Aert poised to win from any scenario at Sanremo this weekend.
Van der Poel, van Aert, Alaphilippe headline bumper start list for an 'even harder' Milano-Sanremo on Saturday.
Torino's top three gain late confidence-boost ahead of this weekend's Sanremo showdown.
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Belgian cross-discipline star punched away on the final section of gravel to take victory after two near-misses.