Due to their length, the five monuments of cycling are in a class of their own when it comes to the physical demands. Paris-Roubaix may be the hardest of all.
Every few years, we see a pro cyclist string together a stunning run of victories. The year is 2019, and the rider is Julian Alaphilippe. What's next?
Deceuninck-Quick-Step rallies around Julian Alaphilippe to deliver the French phenom to another big victory this spring.
Sagan hoping to bounce back from early-season illness and Sanremo disappointment in time for cobbled monuments.
Alaphilippe brimming with confidence and form with Itzulia Basque Country and Ardennes next on the hit list.
Alaphilippe takes sprint win out of a select lead group, his seventh victory of the season.
Despite a winless drought dating back to last year's Milano-Sanremo, Vincenzo Nibali hopes that building form will carry him in Saturday's classic.