Here's the news making headlines for Saturday, November 6.
Serenissima Gravel makes debut as first ever pro-only gravel race, organizers Filippo Pozzato and Jonny Moletta eye future expansion for 'Ride the Wonderland' series.
Filippo Pozzato wants to get back to winning in the twilight of his career, and he looks ahead to forming his own Italian team.
Filippo Pozzato is using track racing to tune up his form for another run at the spring classics, where he's hoping to earn another monument victory.
Filippo Pozzato remains a big draw for Italian fans, and if he can resume his winning ways, so much the better, says new team Southeast
The 34-year-old rode for the Pro Continental team in 2012, and with the squad securing a license for 2016, he appears close to rejoining.
Can Alexander Kristoff pull off the Flanders-Roubaix double, or will someone else emerge from the dusty cobbles as Sunday's winner?
Without perennial favorites Boonen and Cancellara, a new generation of riders is elbowing its way to the top of the Flanders heap
Vincenzo Nibali dismisses allegations that he worked with Michele Ferrari, saying that while claims were made, nothing came of them
"I want to win, not just place on the podium. I want to win a classic, Milano-Sanremo, the Flanders, or Paris-Roubaix," Pozzato said
A few remaining spots on the roster will be filled in the coming days