Heinrich Haussler dubs his teammate a 'f***ing beast' after Italian tops stellar summer with monument win.
The American had to stop twice for a 'nature break' after developing stomach problems mid-race. He also crashed in training the day before.
What Wout van Aert, Gianni Moscon and others said after Sonny Colbrelli blasts to Paris-Roubaix victory
Here's what Florian Vermeersch, Gianni Moscon and Wout van Aert said after Sunday's thrilling edition of Paris-Roubaix.
Florian Vermeersch kicks to second and Mathieu van der Poel rounded out podium in thrilling three-up sprint.
Check here throughout the race for updates of key moments in the 118th edition of the 'Hell of the North'
Heavy rain through Saturday night and into Sunday morning will see the peloton take on 55 kilometers of mud-sodden pavé.
‘It defeats you, but you want to come back to try and defeat it:’ Mitch Docker on the allure of Paris-Roubaix
Docker will retire after riding Roubaix one last time Sunday. The Aussie veteran knows that 'Hell' awaits him, but he wouldn't have it any other way.
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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.
Paris-Roubaix top contenders: Peter Sagan, Mathieu van der Poel, Wout van Aert center of intergenerational clash
Veteran greats Sagan, Gilbert, Van Avermaet face-off against new cobblestone kings this weekend – can the old guard unseat the pups of the pavé?
This fall, strangely, is a celebration of the spring classics, from Paris-Roubaix this weekend to the worlds in Flanders to the cobbles-inspired Belgian Waffle Ride in Utah.
Dutch star hints of long-distance attacks if his back holds out, his legs feel good, and forecasters are correct about rain and tailwinds.
Veteran 'crosser hopes for third time lucky after twice placing second in the velodrome and coming back strong from heart ablation surgery this spring.
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.
Sagan 'not afraid' of prospect of wet pavé as forecast calls for foul weather through Paris-Roubaix weekend.
We sent clinchers, tubeless tires, and tubulars to Wheel Energy for rolling-resistance tests at range of air pressures. The results surprised us.
Paris-Roubaix asks for a later date as French Presidential elections put the cobbled monument at risk of being canceled once again.
Météo France, the official national forecaster, is predicting rain and gusting winds all weekend across northern France.
Mathieu van der Poel's back holds out under pressure in Flanders but he lacked top form after major disruptions to his racing and training schedule.
Here's the news making headlines for Saturday, September 18.
Italian veteran hoping for a similar scenario but different outcome from 2019 as he pedals into world championships prepared to embrace new opportunity.
Van der Poel blasts back to winning ways after struggling with injuries through summer, rates chances for world championships ‘better than 50/50.’
The Dutchman had the world at his feet during the summer, but now he's fighting to race again due to a lingering back issue. Should he race, or cut his losses?
Grand tour rookie gets first taste of breakaway effort in stage 16 as he hones form and ambitions ahead of world championships, Paris-Roubaix.
Sagan to test knee after Tour de France crash and surgery at Benelux Tour and European champs ahead of late-season goals.
Belgian star hoping for worlds bid ahead of an autumn Paris-Roubaix that will be 'very different from most years.'
American racer riding into unknown in first-ever first three week race as he sets long-view on worlds, Paris-Roubaix
The Dutchman will ride Benelux Tour is still holding out hope that he can race at the road worlds next month and Paris-Roubaix despite his ongoing back problems following Olympics crash.
Van der Poel continues to struggle with consequences of Olympic crash, team plans to decide next steps over the weekend.
American rider playing supporting role in grand tour debut with an eye on goals later this season and beyond.
Dutch star still on track to race worlds in both mountain bike and road before Paris-Roubaix in October.
Simmons wins for first time in nearly two years ahead of stacked summer to include debut grand tour, world championships, Paris-Roubaix.
Cancellara on how van Aert and van der Poel were too hot too early this season and whether their rivalry compares to his and Tom Boonen's.
From Peter Sagan's world-champion romp to Mat Hayman's miracle-on-cobblestones, our editors pick their favorite editions of Paris-Roubaix.
The Spartacus Papers: Fabian Cancellara on his greatest Paris-Roubaix victory, his kudos for Peter Sagan
In part two of a three-part series, Cancellara discusses going 'full gladiator' in the 2013 Paris-Roubaix and how Peter Sagan loves to 'kick asses.'
The Spartacus Papers: Fabian Cancellara on the postponement of Paris-Roubaix, and why he prefers Tour of Flanders
In part one of a three-part series to celebrate Paris-Roubaix, Cancellara talks about the postponement of this year's race, the sizzling 2021 season, and why he loves De Ronde the most.
Hayman's long career is inextricably tied to his miraculous Roubaix win. It's a story he'll happily keep telling.
The inaugural women's 'Hell of the North' has been delayed again, but that it is happening at all marks major progress.
While decades separate Peter Sagan and Freddy Maertens, similarities — including multiple world championships — brought them together.
Anyone hoping to witness the first wet and muddy edition of Paris-Roubaix in a generation will have to wait until October.
Peter Sagan and Freddy Maertens discuss the art of sprinting, winning the rainbow jersey, Flanders without fans, and the long wait for Roubaix
Multi-time world champions Peter Sagan and Freddy Maertens compare notes on racing and perspective.
Here's what's making headlines on Friday, April 2.
In the mid-1950s, Forestier was one of the most dangerous classics riders in the peloton.
Teams and riders take rescheduling in stride, and embrace one-off scenario of seeing world championships and Roubaix stacked up in the fall.
Van der Poel and van Aert no longer invincible, Deceuninck-Quick-Step hot and then not, no Roubaix adds intensity: Get set for De Ronde.
The UCI has confirmed the postponement of Paris-Roubaix until the weekend of October 2-3.
Jumbo-Visma remains confident Wout van Aert is 'right where he needs to be' ahead of top goals at Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix.
The greatest classics rider never to have won a monument looks back on his wins — and some near-misses — and opines on the relative merits of Remco Evenepoel.
Rivals brace for more dynamic and open racing as they look to upend the dominance of Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel.
On or off? French cycling expert explains confusion behind imminent Paris-Roubaix decision.
Surging coronavirus cases in northern Europe could force closure of Paris-Roubaix and this week's Belgian classics also at threat.
VN news ticker: 2021 Redlands Bicycle Classic cancels; Amy Pieters gives Christine Majerus win at Omloop van de Westhoek;
Here's what's making headlines on Monday, March 22.
VN news ticker: Sepp Kuss extends with Jumbo-Visma through 2024; Ineos Grenadiers to bring stacked squad to Volta a Catalunya
Here's the news making headlines for Friday, March 19.
Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix are the major goals this spring for Wout van Aert as he races Saturday at Milano-Sanremo as defending champion.
Three-time world champion vows to return to top level to take on challenges from Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel.
Van Aert is over one minute back on Tadej Pogačar but has ticked one more box in growing list of ambitions.
Will van der Poel continue to crush the field? And will SD Worx dominate the spring? We consider all things classics.
Dutch superstar set to dominate the spring classics following his emphatic victory on the white roads of Tuscany.
Strong Belgian opening weekend bodes well for the monuments, but Omloop Het Nieuwsblad winners don't often come out on top at Flanders or Roubaix.
Father-daughter combination a possibility in future with women's Paris-Roubaix now on schedule.
VN news ticker: Jumbo-Visma boss hopeful for Tom Dumoulin return, David Dekker continues to impress in WorldTour debut
Here's the news making headlines for Wednesday, February 24.
Women’s classics will finish after men’s races and include uninterrupted TV images.
Here's the news making headlines for Tuesday, February 16.
Among the most celebrated and storied races in cycling, the spring classics begin in February and carry through to late April.
Belgian star expects to retire 'behind closed doors' and says riders are missing the energy and thrills that come with fans cheering them on.
If you had money to burn and could sign either one, who would it be? We ask our billionaire wanna-be's.
This weekend's cyclocross world championships will add fresh vigor to the duo's long rivalry ahead of cobblestone clashes in April.
Ag2r-Citroën tests tires, wheels on a soggy day over key sectors of Paris-Roubaix route.
The Slovak great turned 31 on Tuesday, so to celebrate the birthday of a true superstar of cycling, we reflect on his five top moments.