Start town of Belgian classic shifts to Ypres, altering first half of course but retaining decisive features of finale.
Tight, winding roads like paved singletrack. Cold cobbles, steep climbs, and gravel Plugstreets. We tackle the 215km Gent-Wevelgem sportive.
With an increasingly strong Jumbo-Visma team at his command, Wout van Aert's confidence grows ahead of his second run at Tour of Flanders.
The men's and women's pelotons face a tough day of cobblestones and wind as a string of Belgian classics get underway with Gent-Wevelgem.
We break down all of the action from Gent-Wevelgem, where Alexander Kristoff stunned the favorites in a windy sprint finish.
Isolated in the key moments of Gent-Wevelgem, Greg Van Avermaet left wondering how CCC will ride at Tour of Flanders, his key season goal.
Peter Sagan confirmed his top form on Sunday by riding in the daylong breakaway at Gent-Wevelgem
Facing doubts about his team's classics chops, John Degenkolb delivers a solid second-place finish at Gent-Wevelgem, building confidence.
Although Gent-Wevelgem isn't generally regarded as the hardest race of the cobbled classics, the peloton made the 2019 edition a bruising brawl.