Guesdon 'had to finish'; Meares confident heading into Olympics; Ballan and Turgot agree Boonen was too strong; Tepstra: 'The next segment came too early'
Flecha thrilled with top-10 result after broken hand, but strongest team in the chase fell flat in Roubaix
Team chairman Doug Ellis bullish on Belgian's Roubaix title defense
Ballan emerges to save the day for star-packed super team
In an exclusive video from BrakeThrough Media, Taylor Phinney discusses the leadership for his BMC Racing team and putting his own ambitions aside in his first professional Paris-Roubaix
Nick Legan details Tom Boonen's new Specialized Roubaix for the 2012 Paris-Roubaix
Hincapie and Geusdon can set a new longetivity record with finishes in Roubaix on Sunday
The Mavic neutral support crew will run four motorbikes on the course at the 2012 Paris-Roubaix
White's plan is to make it through the Arenberg Forest, then assess the team's chances
Pozzoto has been fighting back since he broke his collarbone in the Tour of Qatar in February.
Taylor Phinney won Paris-Roubaix twice as a U23 rider
The 2011 winner is feeling surprisingly little pressure as he prepares for Sunday’s “Hell of the North”
From the favorites talking about their chances to race maps and start lists, it's all here for "The Hell of the North"
Stannard says he doesn’t remember much from the winning breakaway at the miserable 2010 Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne
Tech editor Nick Legan looks at Edvald Boasson Hagen's 2012 Paris-Roubaix bike, and the modified Team Sky Jaguars
GF01 marks Swiss builder's entry to the relaxed geometry race bike market
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
Daniele Bennati says the Cancellara's injury has damaged the motivation for RadioShack-Nissan at Paris-Roubaix
Boonen: 2005 Flanders victory is 'still the best;' De Vlaeminck welcomes another 4-time Roubaix winner
In this exclusive video Farrar, Vanmarcke and Vaughters talk about a disappointing Tour of Flanders and look ahead to Paris-Roubaix.
Big Swiss' absence made for a painful Flanders finale and changed how Roubaix will unfold
Team brass second guesses Pozzato's Flanders tactic, looks ahead to Roubaix
The Swiss champ undergoes surgery to repair his thrice-broken collarbone
Without team leader Fabian Cancellara, RadioShack-Nissan is looking for Plan B
Former Flanders, Roubaix champ is making the right moves when it counts
Organizers today announced the 25 teams for the 2012 Paris-Roubaix
"The night before the race, around midnight, I told my father, 'I will be close.' I knew I was good."
VILT, Netherlands (VN) – Last week big Swiss Grégory Rast earned the most important result of his career at Paris-Roubaix. On Sunday the RadioShack classics man was headed for a six-week vacation after stepping off the Amstel Gold Race course at the end of the first lap.
Stuart O’Grady (Leopard-Trek) always talks from the heart, but nothing gets his heart racing more than Paris-Roubaix. The 37-year-old Aussie won the race in 2007, but last Sunday, he didn’t make the time cut. O’Grady went down swinging, doing what he could do to help teammate Fabian Cancellara before a series of mishaps derailed his own chances.
Stuart O’Grady (Leopard-Trek) is steaming mad that he and nine others who crossed the finish line Sunday in Paris-Roubaix after suffering through what he described as “true hell” were disqualified for finishing beyond the time limit.
Depending on whose viewpoint you want to believe, the Garmin-Cervélo team was either (1) totally brilliant or (2) toxically negative.
ROUBAIX, France (VN) — Jonathan Vaughters finally landed a big fish. And it doesn't get any bigger than Paris-Roubaix.
VeloNews editor in chief Ben Delaney catches the action in the fabled forest as the fans grill, chill and thrill.
“Honestly, I enjoyed myself today,” said U.S> national champion Ben King. “I’ve never done anything like it before. It was unbelievable.”
Supporting a team at Paris-Roubaix is a tough hustle. VeloNews hitched a ride in a Garmin team car to find out just how tough.
What a difference a year makes: A DNF at Paris-Roubaix in 2010, Johan Van Summeren wins the race in 2011 with a well-timed solo break.
Former Paris-Roubaix winner Stuart O'Grady was among a handful of riders who survived the cobbles to cross the line in the velodrome only to have their results erased because they were beyond the time limit.
Former junior Paris-Roubaix winner Geraint Thomas hopes for big things from the real deal.
Defending champion Fabian Cancellara "has shown the form" to go for the win, "but if he gives me the green light, I'm ready to go," says Stuart O'Grady.
Matthew Goss won't be satisfied with anything less than a top-10 finish in Paris-Roubaix.
Saxo Bank-Sungard taps David Tanner to replaced injured teammate Michael Morkov in Paris-Roubaix.
Bad blood between Tom Boonen and Sebastian Chavanel is a fabrication of an overly speculative media, Chavanel said Friday. Chavanel, Boonen and their Quick Step director Wilfred Peters all said that they raced the Tour of Flanders with solid tactics, and any talk of bitterness that Boonen helped chase down Chavanel was nonsense.