Quick-Step boss says in latest column that the team is leaning toward taking Fabio Jakobsen to the Tour de France.
From van Baarle to van der Poel, we highlight the key riders to watch in Sunday's final spring classic of the season.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl boss Patrick Lefevere says all seven starters will be fully healthy for the first time all spring.
Who might win? What are the most significant sectors? Will it be wet? Here's all you need to know about the 2022 Paris-Roubaix.
The hilly classics are here! This is what some of the top favorites for the Amstel Gold Race said at the startline Sunday.
Alaphilippe and Evenepoel are on track to ace the Ardennes, but that may only paper over the cracks of Quick-Step's failings in Flanders.
Five key moments at De Ronde reconfirm the golden rule of cycling that the strongest doesn't always win.
Troubles continued for the so-called ‘Wolfpack’ and the Belgian powerhouse hopes to save its spring classics campaign at Paris-Roubaix.
Tour of Flanders: What van der Poel, Pogačar, Uttrup Ludwig, Wiebes and more stars said at the start
Here's what some of the pre-race favorites for the men's and women's races said at the start lines in Antwerp and Oudenaarde ahead of mythical cobbled monument.
VeloNews picks out 10 riders to keep an eye out for in the second monument of the men's spring classics campaign.
The so-called ‘Wolfpack’ is reeling so far in the spring classics, but the team is counting on Kasper Asgreen and Florian Sénéchal to carry pride across Tour of Flanders.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl star remains confident in his finishing sprint if he's in the final selection at Tour of Flanders.
Everything you need to know about 2022 men's Tour of Flanders, from the climbs and cobbles to the contenders and conditions.
From the significance of Girmay's glory to Quick-Step's hard questions and Sagan's form, we take a look at the major talking points from the men's race.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl struggling to find winning ways at spring classics: ‘We can’t win everything’
There wasn't a Quick-Step jersey in the top-30 as pressure mounts on perennial classics favorites.
Kasper Asgreen on disappointing E3 Saxo Bank Classic: ‘I didn’t have the legs to keep up with Wout van Aert’
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl misfires as it struggles to match the dominance of Jumbo-Visma at cobbled classics.
Here's what the pre-race favorites said at the start line in Harelbeke to open 'Flanders Week.'
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl promises to come out snarling at E3 Saxo Bank Classic after slow classics start
The so-called 'Wolfpack' vows to rev things up after 'only' one win in the opening month of classics-style racing the Belgian outfit typically dominates.
E3 Saxo Bank Classic is often called the 'mini Tour of Flanders' for its narrow roads, steep bergs, and highly competitive field. Here are five things to watch for Friday.
The Dane was the sensation of the 2021 classics season, but admits things will be more complicated as he returns to E3 Saxo Bank Classic and Tour of Flanders.
Only 87 riders finished a brutal edition of Strade Bianche that left the world champion banged up and unsure about starting Tirreno-Adriatico.
The Slovenian Tour de France champion adds victory at the burgeoning Italian event to his classics wins at Liège-Bastogne-Liège and Il Lombardia.
Unlabeled tires, a long seatpost, and a 54-tooth big ring for the winding white roads around Sienna.
Frenchman starts as a major favorite for the iconic dirt road race in Italy.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl confirm Kasper Asgreen and Fabio Jakobsen will lead across Belgium's 'opening weekend.'
Wout van Aert has wingmen, Mathieu van der Poel is MIA, omicron is raging and Roubaix is rescheduled – top teams expect chaos on the cobbles.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl not intimidated by rising strength of rivals as new 'packs' come to the cobblestone party.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl boss comes out fighting, says he’s not afraid of Jumbo-Visma ahead of classics campaign.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl anxiously waits to see if Asgreen develops symptoms as cobblestone-crusher misses vital tune-up races.
Danish star confirms ambitious spring calendar with title defenses at E3 Sank Bank Classic and Ronde van Vlaanderen.
The Danish men's road race squad at the world championships comes with what Magnus Cort believes is 'historically strong' for the nation.
Sure, van Aert is top favorite, we all know that. But who are the riders likely to shade him into silver at this weekend's men's road race? We've ranked them all.
The Danish rider missed out on a podium place by two seconds to Remco Evenepoel, and now turns his focus to the road race.
After ripping to three stage wins in the Vuelta a España, the Danish breakaway artist will be among the favorites in Leuven for the rainbow jersey.
At the end of the day, the yellow jersey trumps all.
Deceuninck-Quick-Step star delivers searing victory just days after birth of first child to claim 2021 Tour's first yellow jersey.
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The Spartacus Papers: Fabian Cancellara on the postponement of Paris-Roubaix, and why he prefers Tour of Flanders
In part one of a three-part series to celebrate Paris-Roubaix, Cancellara talks about the postponement of this year's race, the sizzling 2021 season, and why he loves De Ronde the most.
Tour de Hoody: How Deceuninck-Quick-Step went 4-for-10 in northern classics, and why did we ever doubt Annemiek van Vleuten?
This week, we look at how the 'Wolfpack' defanged Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel, stand in awe of Annemiek van Vleuten, and soak up the ambiance of the Basque Country.
On this week's episode we analyze every inch of the Tour of Flanders. Then, Leah Thomas takes us inside Annemiek van Vleuten's thrilling win.
Here's what's next for two stars at opposite ends of their career trajectories after winning Tour of Flanders.
The dynamic duo didn't dominate the spring classics in the way many expected — here are some of the reasons why.
Two favorites lose their legs as Kasper Asgreen proves the strongest to take Flanders victory.
On-form Dane could be the strongest rider on Deceuninck-Quick-Step, but may be hampered by team deference to Julian Alaphilippe.
Van der Poel and van Aert no longer invincible, Deceuninck-Quick-Step hot and then not, no Roubaix adds intensity: Get set for De Ronde.
Three classics stars react after Deceuninck-Quick-Step placed the full press on Friday's cobblestone race.
Florian Sénéchal outsprints Mathieu van der Poel to give Deceuninck-Quick-Step top two podium positions.
Deceuninck-Quick-Step reminds the peloton who is the king of the classics ahead of approaching cobbled monuments.
Here's our inside guide to the two marquee men's and women's cobblestone races.
Stybar, Lampaert and others talk suffering and survival on Roubaix's toughest cobblestone sectors.
Kasper Asgreen attacked solo in the final kilometers to win Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne in thrilling fashion.
Deceuninck-Quick-Step rider's TT rig has a high front end to accommodate the 1.92m Dane, but with narrowly-set TT extensions, a specially treated chain, and 58-46 chainrings, that won't hold him back.
Slovak star takes his 17th Tour de Suisse stage win with a masterful sprint in Murten
A late attack sees Spain's Luis León Sánchez seize an opportunistic stage win ahead of Peter Sagan
What did we learn from the 2019 Amgen Tour of California? Youngsters are fast, Anna van der Breggen still dominates, and EF's unfortunate streak continues
Rather than targeting sprint stages, the Belgian team has targeted the breakaways with its brawny young riders
Kasper Asgreen took his first career victory, while Tejay van Garderen grabbed the yellow race leader's jersey