Belgian star wants to leave with hands held high and the Ardennes will be at the center of his swansong season.
Tour de France champ attacked five times in quick succession but couldn't make it stick, putting an end to his season victory sweep.
Second-place in Kuurne shows Ewan has the legs – but can he make them count in the calendar's most unpredictable race?
Ag2r-Citroën star still chasing the big win and enters 2022 classics campaign recharged after going 'full, full, full' in recent seasons.
After winning Eritrea's first world championships medal, Girmay poised to blaze new trails in the bunch sprints.
Pidcock will race Strade Bianche, Flanders, Amstel, Liège, and much more in stacked spring schedule as he looks to back up breakout 2021.
Lotto-Soudal's stars both dream of winning the Italian monument, but will the Belgian follow the team script in his last chance over the Poggio? Ewan is hoping so.
Two-time defending champion confirms season debut at Tour de la Provence with early season focus on the spring classics.
Mads Pedersen and Jasper Stuyven want to win the same races, so how do they keep from falling out? It all comes down to a deep personal bond.
Australian puts Italian monument at top of list in what will be Gilbert's last shot at monument 'sweep.'
On this week's episode we hear from Trek-Segafredo GM Luca Guercilena about the team's huge weekend in Italy. Then, is MvdP vs. Wout a better rivalry than Boonen vs. Cancellara?
Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel may find themselves with targets on their backs this spring, just as Peter Sagan was during his prime.
Boring or breathtaking? No race provokes wider reactions than Milano-Sanremo. Here's our rating of the 2021 edition.
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Caleb Ewan's climbing surprise, Wout van Aert's losing gamble, and much more from the playmakers of Sanremo.
Another fourth place is an encouraging sign for Peter Sagan ahead of Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix, yet frustratingly close in a race he's never won.
Belgian defiantly challenged big favorites like Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel, and comes away with biggest win of career.
Pre-race favorite finished fifth after seeing chances melt on the red-hot ascent of the Poggio.
Caleb Ewan sprints to second place, with Wout van Aert third after Jasper Stuyven bold attack off the base of the Poggio.