The Dutchman says he is not 'done yet with cycling' but will end his lengthy road career at the end of 2022.
The spring classics specialist traded in his road bike for some late summer gravel.
Niki Terpstra set to lead BEAT Cycling Club in 2023 as project hopes to bring in loan-style transfer system
Dutch squad with revolutionary new business model plans to step up to ProTeam level next season.
Here are 11 riders the Belgian team boss could sign to strengthen his cobbles squad.
French squad sketches out plans ahead of Slovak's high-profile debut: 'The classics division has a very interesting strike force with Sagan and Turgis.'
VN news ticker: Stella McCartney collaborates with Cannondale, Niki Terpstra extends with TotalEnergies
Here's the news making the headlines on Friday, November 12.
The Dutch pro sustained non-life-threatening injuries including a collapsed lung, a concussion, broken ribs, and a fractured clavicle.
The Dutch classics specialist says targets such as Flanders and Roubaix fit nicely with the Tour de France in cycling's new program.
The victory by Alexander Kristoff in 2015 proved to be nothing less than a watershed moment.
It's good news for French teams Arkea-Samsic and Direct Energie, but it means Pierre Rolland's Vital Concept-B&B Hotels team is left out.
After eight fruitful years with Quick-Step, Niki Terpstra shocks pro cycling by transfering to Direct Energie for 2019.
Here’s your News Roundup for Friday, April 6. Stay up to speed on all of the stories circulating in the world of pro cycling.
Terpstra and team Quick-Step Floors does it again at Tour of Flanders, taking two spots on the podium. We sound off on the action.
Niki Terpstra's Tour of Flanders victory is a fine example of the great teamwork and cohesion of Quick-Step Floors.
The Belgian squad seems to have everything going for it ahead of Sunday's Tour of Flanders, as the numbers show.
Belgian team Quick-Step Floors blitzed E3 Harelbeke Friday with Niki Terpstra taking a convincing solo win.
After missing the podium at Omloop and Kuurne over the weekend, Quick-Step came storming back at Le Samyn Tuesday.
Niki Terpstra won Paris-Roubaix in 2014 with a late attack out of a select group, which included Tom Boonen.
The 2014 edition of Paris-Roubaix proved that the team with the most cards to play has a huge tactical advantage.
Elia Viviani, hit by a race moto after a crash in Arenberg, was one of several riders injured on a hectic day on the cobblestones of northern France
One of the oldest races in Europe, Paris-Tours should be an exciting finale to the European racing calendar on Sunday.
The Belgian powerhouse team says it has numerous cards to play in its final chance to win a major cobbled classic, Paris-Roubaix
Can Alexander Kristoff pull off the Flanders-Roubaix double, or will someone else emerge from the dusty cobbles as Sunday's winner?
Neal Rogers considers the riders who succeeded and those who came up short at Belgium's biggest race, the Tour of Flanders
Alexander Kristoff left no doubts about who was the strongest at the finale of a Tour of Flanders that began without a clear favorite
With the chase closing in, Alexander Kristoff leaves Niki Terpstra in his dust to claim victory in a chaotic Tour of Flanders
Without perennial favorites Boonen and Cancellara, a new generation of riders is elbowing its way to the top of the Flanders heap
Etixx-Quick Step will still be racing to win the spring classics despite the absence of cobbles superstar Tom Boonen, out with injury
Big names and bigger teams are fine-tuning form and team compositions in this week's semi-classics ahead of the major spring races
Several former winners will start Saturday's Strade Bianche, a 200km race in Tuscany that includes 45km on hilly, gravel roads
When the going gets tough, whether it's in the sandstorms of Qatar or on the cobblestones of Europe, Etixx-Quick-Step is the team to watch
Niki Terpstra remains in the overall lead with two days of racing left as the peloton faces another windy day of action in the desert
Niki Terpstra of Etixx-Quick-Step wins Tour of Qatar stage 3, taking the overall race lead along the way
Etixx-Quick-Step rolls into 2015 with the peloton's deepest squad, and will be even more ambitious as it aims to dominate all disciplines
The 2014 season saw fresh faces emerge in the spring classics, worthy grand tour winners, and a revived interest in the "longest hour"
Simon Gerrans’ victory in Liège-Bastogne-Liège capped a spring classics season that was wide open and unpredictable in the peloton
An extremely animated Paris-Roubaix wraps up a thrilling cobbled classics season for the old hands and a new generation of stone bashers
As he jumped, Terpstra knew his moment had come, and after one quick look back he focused on what lay ahead — victory in Paris-Roubaix
Terpstra attacks a powerful group of contenders in the final kilometers to reach the Roubaix velodrome alone and seize a solo victory
Belgian is dreaming of a record fifth Roubaix victory as pressure mounts for Omega Pharma-Quick Step ahead of Sunday's "Hell of the North"
Go inside with Tom Boonen and Co. as they check and double check tire pressures, ride the Arenberg, and motorpace on the cobbles
The Omega Pharma-Quick Step rider has finished in the top 5 three times since 2008
Belgian squad confident, but disappointed after Terpstra, Vandenbergh fall short in bid to outdo Sagan in late breakaway
Dutchman rolls out of Doha a winner and Omega Pharma takes four classifications and three stages
German champion takes the stage 5 bunch sprint, finally landing a victory with one day to go at the Tour of Qatar
Matthew Beaudin lays out his thoughts on the 2014 cycling season, and they include a Richie Porte win at the Giro d'Italia
Omega Pharma-Quick Step edges Orica-GreenEdge by less than a second to defend its title
Mark Cavendish won two stages and his teammates took two others at the 100th edition of the race
Despite his hot-headed ways, the consensus in the peloton is that Cavendish is a 'nice guy'
Fabian Cancellara and a slew of first-time winners came out on top in the classics, but who didn't?
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Belgian rider has battled injuries and setbacks all season, including a crash in Sunday's Ghent-Wevelgem
Michel Kreder leaves race with illness after crashing earlier in the week
McEwen to advise at GreenEdge after California; Niki Terpstra selected for Olympics; Boonen to race California; Haedo to lead at Giro
Niki Terpstra won't ride the Tour; Sven Nys eyes U.S. cyclocross scene; Gilbert seven seconds slower on the Cauberg this year
Voeckler pleased with Amstel ride; Terpstra on Olympics list; Vanendert so close
Pino Cerami is surprised by Boonen's return to the top; Niki Terpstra welcomes rainy Roubaix; Wouter Mol out four weeks with a broken collarbone
Terpstra: Omega Pharma 10x stronger than Cancellara; Longo makes French Olympic long team; Team GB Olympic kit introduced