German veteran predicts fireworks in the elite men's cyclocross worlds: 'My prediction is Van Aert.'
The German rider was the last winner on the Tour de France cobbles and he's hoping to repeat it in 2022.
The peloton will face nearly 20 kilometers of pavé as the GC riders take on their biggest challenge of the race so far.
A look back at the winners, losers and dramas from modern Tour stages over the pavé.
German veteran chasing form one race at a time with everything ‘direction Paris-Roubaix’ in return to Team DSM.
Here's what the pre-race favorites said at the start line in Harelbeke to open 'Flanders Week.'
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Here's the latest on team selections and updates for Paris-Roubaix Femmes and Paris-Roubaix this weekend.
Here's the news making headlines for Thursday, August 5.
Veteran German said he's 'not afraid' to race against rising new talents on cobbles.
Jens Debusschere got booted from the race for missing the time cut Wednesday after sacrificing himself for teammate in the mountains.
Degenkolb, Jakobsen headline race as Belgian teams look to get the wheels turning after long racing hiatus.
Belgian classics specialist Philippe Gilbert still dreams of winning Milano-Sanremo — it is cycling’s only monument that he has yet to win.
The veteran superstar quickly realized 'Remco' was the real deal and is now one of his biggest fans.
Degenkolb feels he still has more to give and relishes the opportunity to race with Philippe Gilbert in 'a real Belgian team.'
German sprinter sees few pure sprint opportunities in 2020 Tour's unconventional parcours.
A brutal eight days of racing has trimmed the GC field to a foursome and left a weary peloton in its wake
Nairo Quintana, Vincenzo Nibali, and Tom Dumoulin are just a few of the big names that will switch teams after 2019.
Finally rediscovering his old form, Degenkolb might be in the picture at Tour of Flanders, especially given his team's recent show of strength.
Facing doubts about his team's classics chops, John Degenkolb delivers a solid second-place finish at Gent-Wevelgem, building confidence.
With smaller teams, tighter cut-off times, and short, explosive stages, Tour sprinters find themselves off the back.
Trek-Segafredo rides Roubaix with two good options: former winner Degenkolb and Stuyven. Plus young Pedersen is peaking.
John Degenkold (Trek-Segafredo) captured his second win of the four-day Challenge Mallorca on Sunday at the Trofeo Palma.
After two years of disappointing performances caused by training crash, Degenkolb ready to live up to his own high expectations.
John Degenkolb will resume training in two weeks following breathing problems that left him in hospital.
German one-day classics specialist John Degenkolb has been hospitalized with a breathing problem, Trek-Segafredo revealed on Friday.
After riding aggressively for much of Sunday's Tour of Flanders, Trek-Segafredo saw its chance at a podium evaporate on the Paterberg.
Just to make it clear; John Degenkolb is sick and tired of talking about “the crash,” but ready to chat all night long about the classics.
John Degenkolb closes out a five-year run with Giant – Alpecin in Abu Dhabi excited for a fresh start with Trek – Segafredo
Trek will reconfigure its approach to the classics in the absence of Fabian Cancellara, with John Degenkolb leading the way
John Degenkolb will be taking over the reins as Trek's marquee classics rider after Fabian Cancellara's retirement
John Degenkolb is ready to move on from his time with Giant – Alpecin. The German is expected to join Trek – Segafredo.
With the trading season opening August 1, teams, riders, and agents are jockeying for position in the market.
John Degenkolb is finally returning to racing this weekend, three months after the crash that derailed his early-season campaign
The Giant-Alpecin rider and six of his teammates were hit by a car head-on during a training ride in January.
The German and five of his teammates were injured when a car plowed into them during a training ride last month.
John Degenkolb and some of his Giant-Alpecin teammates were hit by a car head-on during a training ride in Spain last week.
The Giant-Alpecin rider won Milano-Sanremo and Paris-Roubaix last season, and he's ready to prove that was no fluke.
John Degenkolb doubled-up in 2015 with two monument wins, earning him the title as best classics rider of the season.
With Segafredo sponsoring Trek for the next three years, team officials have more bargaining power as they search for another classics king.
The elite men’s road race will be a wide-open affair; with three short, steep climbs in the closing 5km and a chance of showers, almost anything can happen
When John Degenkolb raised his arms across the final finish line of the Vuelta, his missing confidence returned. Now, he says, he's ready for the worlds.
The cycling world will turn its attention to Richmond, Virginia starting this weekend at the UCI Road World Championships.
The German sprinter closed the Vuelta a Espana with a stage win and is now preparing to take on the peloton in Richmond.
Fabio Aru takes his first grand-tour victory as John Degenkolb salves Giant's wounds over losing the Vuelta on the penultimate stage
In another blow for Marcel Kittel, the German national team is overlooking him in favor of Andre Greipel and John Degenkolb for Richmond.
André Greipel leads a one-two German finish in stage 15 as Peter Sagan, who featured in an early break, finds himself denied yet again
Germans have found success at the Tour thus far, with Tony Martin and Andre Greipel winning a combined three stages
All-rounder John Degenkolb is confident he can fill the shoes of Giant-Alpecin sprinter Marcel Kittel at this year's Tour de France
Though Kittel is a proven stage winner, Giant-Alpecin feels it has more options than ever to collect victories at the Tour
The Giant-Alpecin star has eight Tour de France stage wins but will miss this year's race after an illness
John Degenkolb and Alexander Kristoff have morphed themselves into strong classics riders capable of tackling the demanding spring races
Can Alexander Kristoff pull off the Flanders-Roubaix double, or will someone else emerge from the dusty cobbles as Sunday's winner?
John Degenkolb rides Giant's Defy road bike for the bergs and cobbles of Flanders