After winning cycling's longest monument, Mohorič will now take on cycling's most fearsome race at the Hell of the North.
'They will share leadership,' insists staff, but choosing between a new Dutch dominator and a longtime team talisman may not be so simple.
Unable to continue his racing career, Colbrelli announced he will assume an ambassador's role at Bahrain Victorious.
The arrival of the Paris-Roubaix champion sees no conflict with Wout van Aert as Jumbo-Visma packs even more firepower for the spring classics.
The 31-year-old will remain part of the so-called 'Wolfpack' through 2025, the team confirmed Friday.
Paris-Roubaix champ ends career after heart scare: 'It’s my life I want to be grateful for, a life I risked losing and which gave me a second chance.'
Van Aert open to new objectives in 2023 but cobblestone monuments remain at the center: 'Flanders and Roubaix are above all'
Gazzetta dello Sport writes Saturday that Colbrelli makes the call to quit pro racing after his harrowing collapse in Catalunya.
Jumbo-Visma not risking repeat of buckled wheels seen under Wout van Aert and Christophe Laporte at Paris-Roubaix this April.
Mathew Hayman: 'I feel for the GC guys who prepare months, years even, and be faced with a stage like that.'
Are tubeless tires for road — and pavé — a trend or are they here to stay?
Hot off helping Ineos Grenadiers win Paris-Roubaix, the Australian is heading to the US to race the rescheduled 2021 world championship with one eye already on Kona.
Jumbo-Visma star sounding more confident about his chances following recon on Thursday: 'It's a beautiful arrival.'
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl star defends his racing tactic, and says it's up to fans to watch out for riders, not the other way around.
After painful back injury and recovery, a fresher, wiser Mathieu van der Poel might be even more dangerous than ever.
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.
A look at the power numbers of Dylan Van Baarle at the ‘Hell of the North.’
French rider dismayed by incident: 'I’m totally demoralized ... I don’t understand how we can do that.'
Florian Sénéchal ‘totally demoralized’ after being sprayed with what he believes was urine during Paris-Roubaix
Quick-Step's woes were multitude during the 119th Hell of the North, as fans caused Sénéchal and Yves Lampaert to crash, and multiple riders suffered the usual flat tires.
Riders manage to ride safely to a stop after carbon rims break in half.
From Mathieu van der Poel and Lotte Kopecky to Elisa Longo Borghini and Dylan van Baarle. VeloNews rates the cobbled classics contenders.
Dutch YouTube star turned pro racer finishes outside the time limit and rolls into velodrome dead last: 'It really was the 'Hell of the North.''
From Christophe Laporte's collapsing wheel to Trek-Segafredo's entire team not finishing except one, the 2022 Paris-Roubaix produced drama, heartbreak, and elation.
Here are 11 riders the Belgian team boss could sign to strengthen his cobbles squad.
Van Baarle delivers with anticipation and execution, Ineos and Intermarché shine, as Lampaert suffers, and Van der Poel runs out of steam.
Trek-Segafredo staffer Kenneth Van Impe helps keep the team going through Sunday's ‘Hell of the North.’
Wout van Aert confirms debut at Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
Peloton braces for an ever-evolving 'Hell of the North' as teams, riders, and broadcasters adapt to the calendar's youngest classic.
The incident summed up Quick-Step's trials and tribulations during this year's northern classics campaign.
Mathieu van der Poel on ninth at Paris-Roubaix: ‘I should be happy with what I got out of the spring season’
Van der Poel content on injury comeback after top-10s at Milan-San Remo and Paris-Roubaix and victory at Tour of Flanders.
Wout van Aert on comeback podium: ‘Every classic is hard, but Roubaix is utter chaos and a suffer-fest until the finish line.'
Tubeless tires again ridden to victory in the Roubaix velodrome.
Ben Turner makes his rookie Paris-Roubaix one to remember: ‘It was horrible but great at the same time’
Turner continues to tear through debut classics season with 11th-place finish in Roubaix velodrome and a hand in teammate van Baarle's cobblestone trophy.
Silver in last year's world championships was all the Dutch rider needed to convince himself he could go the monument distance and win.
Lefevere on Lampaert’s Paris-Roubaix crash: ‘In my time I would have turned back, taken my bike, and hit him on the head’
‘He might need a lawyer but that will be it. I hope he doesn’t sleep this evening,’ says team boss.
Mohorič dazzled all day long at Paris-Roubaix but made one attack too many to be best for the second-place sprint.
'When they went in the crosswinds, and split it, they took the opportunity. We’ve never seen anything like that in Paris-Roubaix,' said former Tour de France winner.
Ineos Grenadiers wins its first Paris-Roubaix after Dutchman attacks late to distance elite group.
'If you don't know anything about the race, stay home. For me that is dramatic, because there was still a podium place in it,' says Belgian rider.
An aero bike with a narrow cockpit and fat tires for 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.
American rider carrying momentum into debut in the 'Hell of the North' with Ineos Grenadiers.
Veteran mechanic Jac-Johann Steyn explains his team's gearing and tire configurations, and the thinking behind them.
Michal Kwiatkowski says he feels like a neo-pro as he makes his second appearance at the monument.
Pro men and women test their legs and their equipment ahead of this year's ‘Hell of the North.’
Van Aert 'not in pre-Tour of Flanders form' after COVID case but intent on going down swinging at Paris-Roubaix.
'Contract negotiation is about business. You cannot explain a season without results with two punctures and a badly timed crash,' says team boss.
A race report from 1981 that includes Bernard Hinault's victory at Paris-Roubaix.
A close-up look at the Amstel Gold Race-winning bike — with 30mm Continental tubeless tires and a full Shimano Dura-Ace 9250 group — to be raced at the ‘Hell of the North.’
From van Baarle to van der Poel, we highlight the key riders to watch in Sunday's final spring classic of the season.
After barely a half a year since the previous edition, it's again time for the ‘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.'
A confident Mads Pedersen will co-lead Trek-Segrafredo and the team is racing to win Paris-Roubaix.
Australian underwent double surgery this week and will miss Sunday's Paris-Roubaix.
The cobblestoned roads of northern France are the cruel setting for cycling's most spectacular singular day of racing.
Lotto Soudal in a race for points as the team tries to avoid demotion from the WorldTour at the end of 2022.
Jumbo-Visma is glad the Belgian star is back in time to race Paris-Roubaix: 'Wout starts in a free role.'
A look at the buildup to the cobbled monument that finishes in a velodrome after taking on 55km of cobbles in the men's ‘Hell of the North.'
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl boss pushes back on notion of moving such races as Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix to the fall.
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.
Andrei Tchmil wins on a Caloi frame produced by Eddy Merckx with a RockShox fork and Vittoria Super Pavé tires.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl boss Patrick Lefevere says all seven starters will be fully healthy for the first time all spring.
According to the UCI president, Paris-Roubaix owner ASO is also open to the idea of moving the cobbled classic out of its long-standing spot in April.
Tom Pidcock will save his Roubaix debut for another year, but Magnus Sheffield, Filippo Ganna and Dylan van Baarle will have free rides on the cobbles.
‘I could tell six weeks ago that Quick-Step wouldn't win a classic,’ says four-time Paris-Roubaix winner.
Having spare wheels placed along the different sectors of pavé at Paris-Roubaix can prove decisive between winning and losing everything.
Belgian star to make racing return after missing Tour of Flanders and Amstel Gold Race.
Brabantse Pijl victory bodes well for a new generation of budding American classics riders pushing into the frame.
Major changes include elimination of the seat mast, front IsoSpeed and adjustment on rear IsoSpeed.
Jumbo-Visma officials to decide if Wout van Aert might race Paris-Roubaix following COVID-19 recovery.
A preview of the cobblestones reveals dry and fast conditions for this weekend's racing at the 'Hell of the North.'
The four-time Paris-Roubaix winner tells us his greatest fear, whom he most admires, his greatest achievement, and his greatest regret.
From Troisvilles to Roubiax, via the Troueé d'Arenberg and the Carrefour de l'Arbre, VeloNews examines the cobbled sectors of the men's Paris-Roubaix route.
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?
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