Amstel Gold Race had tons of action and a thrilling finale, which is why it was our Race of the Year for 2019.
Citing fatigue from Paris-Roubaix, Peter Sagan pulls the plug on Amstel Gold Race, hoping to salvage spring classics season at Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
Van der Poel stunned a lead trio who had looked set to contend the sprint, having single-handedly dragged the chase group back into the fray.
Even though he lost a close sprint to upstart Mathieu van der Poel at Brabantse Pijl, Alaphilippe rolls into Amstel Gold Race with confidence.
The WorldTour peloton has left the pavé behind, but the classics rage on for another week in the Netherlands and the Ardennes.
Our editors sound off on a thrilling edition of the hilly classic. Why did Sky stink? How did Valgren win? Should Sagan target Amstel?