Here are all the teams that will race over the 'pave' in early April.
American star emerges from bad luck with new outlook: 'You’ve got to keep putting one foot in front of the other and hopefully it’ll work out your way.'
Are tubeless tires for road — and pavé — a trend or are they here to stay?
A world champion was thrown out of the race, the five-star favorite fell from grace, wheels were smashed, and a hyped tire technology was a no-show.
From Mathieu van der Poel and Lotte Kopecky to Elisa Longo Borghini and Dylan van Baarle. VeloNews rates the cobbled classics contenders.
Peloton braces for an ever-evolving 'Hell of the North' as teams, riders, and broadcasters adapt to the calendar's youngest classic.
Power drills, emergency gels, and an under-chassis metal plate: Inside a team car at Paris-Roubaix Femmes
VeloNews takes a tour of AG Insurance-NXTG's team car to discover the unique demands on team mechanics, directors and vehicles in the 'Hell of the North.'
Book extract: By 1967, Paris-Roubaix needed a facelift. Former miner and cycling legend Jean Stablinski knew of a treacherous sector he thought was too difficult for the race.
Trek-Segafredo is two for two at Paris-Roubaix Femmes with a Domane built with SRAM Red, Pirelli tubeless, and a single chainring.
'Honestly, I had a lot of fun today, as much as it hurt. I’ll be back for revenge,' says American rider.
Brand on the podium and van Dijk in the top-10 rounds out dominant day for Trek-Segafredo after Longo Borghini's solo escape.
‘I'm sure that during the upcoming years I’ll come close or maybe get the victory,’ says Kopecky.
Sun, dust, and hoisted cobbles at the second edition of Paris Roubaix Femmes.
Italian star channels frustration of a lost spring to go all-in with solo raid over cobblestones of Roubaix, hails ‘perfect’ new Trek Domane.
Italian wins via long-range attack as Kopecky and Brand complete podium.
While chasing back from a flat tire, Balsamo took help from her team car — and was thrown out of the race.
Trek-Segafredo team loses major opponent after Vos ruled out of Paris-Roubaix Femmes on morning of race.
'When I tested positive this morning, the world came crashing down for a moment,' says Dutch rider.
After barely a half a year since the previous edition, it's again time for the ‘Hell of the North.'
The documentary about women's cycling returns with an episode focused on the fearsome 'Hell of the North.'
Sport scientists, team staffers and chefs lift the lid on the old-school feasts and high-tech fuelling of the 'Hell of the North.'
Dutch rider plays down her status as a favorite after crashing heavily in the 2021 edition.
From Hornaing through the Carrefour de l'Arbre and onto Roubaix, the 29 kilometers of pavé that help make up the 2022 Paris-Roubaix Femmes.
The Dutch rider had a cardiac ablation as a preventative measure in late February.
Paris-Roubaix glove and bar-tape strategies: Normal, double, or none? A WorldTour mechanic weighs in
‘For more cushioning, double wrap the bar tape. But another approach is to ride without gloves and even without handlebar tape,’ says WorldTour mechanic Raf Wittenberg.
Major changes include elimination of the seat mast, front IsoSpeed and adjustment on rear IsoSpeed.
With no Lizzie Deignan this year, there'll be a new name on the famed cobble trophy. From Marianne Vos to Lotte Kopecky, here are some of the riders to watch this Saturday.
A preview of the cobblestones reveals dry and fast conditions for this weekend's racing at the 'Hell of the North.'
The winner's prize money to increase by 13 times from the tiny offering in 2021.
Forecasters are calling for mostly sunny skies, springlike temperatures, almost no chance of rain, and moderate headwinds for this weekend's racing.
UCI gives green light to Scope Atmoz hub-based pressure control system. So how does it work, and how might it help in Roubaix?
Lizzie Deignan's winning bike from the inaugural Paris-Roubaix Femmes.
After a hugely successful opening edition of the women's race, can it deliver on its difficult ‘second album?’
Olympic bronze medalist not slowing down as she chases glory on the road and track along with completing a double-major at university.
The switch of dates between Amstel Gold and Paris-Roubaix forces top teams to rip up decades-old scripts for spring racing.
'Les Amis de Paris-Roubaix' is fixing up the fearsome Mons-en-Pévèle sector ahead of Paris-Roubaix weekend April 16-17.
Audrey Cordon-Ragot: A generation of young female riders can be inspired by Le Tour de France Femmes
A multiple-time French national champion, an icon, and one of the most respected rider’s in the WWT, Audrey Cordon-Ragot writes exclusively for VeloNews about the Tour de France Femmes and what it means to her.
The four-year deal builds on Zwift’s investment in the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift.
'It’s really important that women don’t see the fact that they want to become a mother as a limiting factor in their career' says Trek-Segafredo leader.
The former world champion on why she chose to cancel her retirement plus her goals in 2022.
Organizers confirm the 24 women's and 25 men's teams set to clatter over the cobbles this April.
With 25 races, the 2022 Women's WorldTour calendar is the longest in the history of the series. VeloNews breaks down what will be a record-breaking year.
Our editors weigh in on the 21 must-know, high-drama headlines of 2021 and why they matter: Part one.
British star says 'there is no reason why not' the Tour de France Femmes cannot evolve into a three-week grand tour.
France's national elections are pushing back the 'Hell of the North' by an extra week in 2022 — how much of a difference will it make on race day? We asked the pros.
Here are five of the hottest stories of 2021 and what they could mean for the years to come.
The Paris-Roubaix Femmes champion says that the one-day race will 'only get harder to win' as it becomes a specialism within women's cycling.
The worlds-Paris-Roubaix combination delivered absolutely thrilling racing — should cycling consider keeping it that way?
The inaugural Paris-Roubaix Femmes was a day for the record books, but where will it sit in cycling's rich history, and where does it go from here?
The first edition of the Paris-Roubaix Femmes greeted riders with rain and mud-slicked roads. And it was glorious.
A weekend in ‘Hell’: Did a wet Roubaix deliver? Moscon dances with destiny, Femmes was five-star without Arenberg
A ramble on Paris-Roubaix's big weekend: Was a wet Roubaix a good Roubaix? How to handle Gianni Moscon? And give us more retro kits please.
Heavy rain through Saturday night and into Sunday morning will see the peloton take on 55 kilometers of mud-sodden pavé.
Here’s what Marianne Vos and Elisa Longo Borghini said after Lizzie Deignan rides off with Paris-Roubaix Femmes
Here's what the stars said after the historic and thrilling inaugural edition of Paris-Roubaix Femmes.
Marianne Vos came close as she tried to chase down a lone Lizzie Deignan but the Dutchwoman had to settle for second one more time
Deignan won the first-ever Pairs-Roubaix Femmes with a stunning 80km solo fitting for a monumental day for the sport.
Riders fight for grip in wet and muddy inaugural Paris-Roubaix Femmes that saw only 61 of the 129 starters record an official time in the velodrome.
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British star attacked on the opening sector of cobblestones and never looked back to make history. Marianne Vos and Elisa Longo Borghini round out podium.
‘Excited but also a bit afraid!’ The peloton shares their expectations and emotions before history-making moment.
Check here throughout the afternoon for updates of key moments in the historic first Paris-Roubaix Femmes.
SD Worx comes with a team of three potential winners for the first Paris-Roubaix Femmes with Chantal van den Broek-Blaak, Christine Majerus and Jolien D'hoore.
From Marianne Vos to Lisa Brennauer to Ellen van Dijk, these are some of the riders to watch for the first edition of the women's 'Hell of the North'.
Paris-Roubaix ticker: Sep Vanmarcke leads Israel Start-Up Nation, Team Delko to wear La Vie Claire throwback jerseys
Here's the latest on team selections and updates for Paris-Roubaix Femmes and Paris-Roubaix this weekend.
Men's and women's teams anticipate mayhem this Paris-Roubaix weekend after carrying out initial recons of muck-slicked cobblestones.
Marianne Vos already won almost every race on the women's calendar — will she become the first Paris-Roubaix Femmes winner?
Jolien D'hoore, Ellen van Dijk, and Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig share their thoughts as the women's peloton prepares itself for a date with history.
The men race over 30 sectors of 55km of cobbles, while the women face 17 sectors for a total of 29.2km.
We asked the top favorites how Paris-Roubaix in October will be unique: they gave some surprising answers.
A week after hanging up her racing wheels, van der Breggen will be in the team car for SD Worx as she transitions into new sport director role.
Paris-Roubaix asks for a later date as French Presidential elections put the cobbled monument at risk of being canceled once again.
Who will win? What will the tactics be? The favorites chime in just days ahead of the historic debut of Paris-Roubaix Femmes.
Météo France, the official national forecaster, is predicting rain and gusting winds all weekend across northern France.
The Dutch rider says Paris-Roubaix Femmes will be a 'milestone' in women's racing and would like to be there to soak it in, but is unsure if she'll go.
The inaugural Paris-Roubaix Femmes will include traverses of Mons-en-Pévèle and Carrefour de l’Arbre as part of 17 cobble sectors.