Two-time world champion races toward De Ronde target with 'even more rage' – but have the classics moved on without him?
Author Andy McGrath shares a book extract about one of the many remarkable moments in Frank Vandenbroucke's rollercoaster career.
Quick-Step saw cobblestone disasters tempered by Evenepoel's exploits in 2022. Can it bring classics redemption and Giro glory in 2023?
'I think that for Remco, it’s not logical to move teams because he has the two biggest Belgium sponsors in history behind him,' says for classics specialist.
Quick-Step boss warns new world champion Remco Evenepoel not to party too much this winter ahead of pressure-cooked 2023.
The Dutch sprinter said team management will be making the decisions, but said 'it should be possible' to share leadership.
Secret meets, unpaid bonuses, Tour de France frustration: Further details emerge of Evenepoel-Ineos relationship
Source says Ineos Grenadiers met with Remco Evenepoel's father as contract saga continues.
Ineos Grenadiers set for management shake-up as Patrick Lefevere quells Remco Evenepoel transfer speculation
Lefevere says there is a '0.00 percent' chance of Evenepoel leaving Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl.
Ineos Grenadiers explores Remco Evenepoel transfer with Jim Ratcliffe wanting immediate Tour de France success
Dave Brailsford sends a text to Patrick Lefevere: ‘Do you want to sell him?’
Quick-Step boss on Remco Evenepoel: 'He can win any race, except maybe Paris-Roubaix.'
The 59-year-old Dane worked his last race with the so-called 'Wolfpack' at the recent Tour of Luxembourg.
David Gaudu and Benoît Cosnefroy miss out on selection.
Patrick Lefevere: I’d prefer Evenepoel to target Giro d’Italia before fighting Pogačar at Tour de France
'Everyone knows he’s a super talent but when the time is right we’ll try and fight against them,' says Quick-Step AlphaVinyl boss.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl chief expects Alaphilippe to be hunting for more than world championship form at the Vuelta a España.
'Julian Alaphilippe is a bit of a mystery this year. The whole season he has fought against bad luck,' Lefevere says of his world champion.
The Czech star has been wracked with illness during the past two seasons, but Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl is pivoting toward youth.
'Cavendish leaves the team, Keisse stops but Devenyns has now indicated that he would like to continue,' says Belgian team boss.
The arrival of the ever improving Merlier will help fill the hole left by the exiting Mark Cavendish, and Anthony Turgis extends with Team TotalEnergies.
Patrick Lefevere says Remco Evenepoel is ‘completely different rider’ from last year’s Giro d’Italia
Lighter and more experienced, Evenepoel looking better than ever ahead of Vuelta a España debut.
Belgian boss comments on speculation of rifts with Remco Evenepoel and the transfer market.
'He is not part of our project' — Patrick Lefevere says Manx sprinter won't feature in new-look Soudal-Quick-Step in 2023.
'A lot of people were anticipating that coming back on Patrick Lefevere,' Wiggins says of the decision to leave Mark Cavendish at home.
Jakobsen confirms Tour de France selection over Cavendish with debut victory: ‘We both deserve to be here’
Fabio Jakobsen beats back pressure to deliver in place of Mark Cavendish with comeback victory in Nyborg.
Raids appear focused solely on Bahrain Victorious so far at Tour de France, but teams worry of impact of more police action.
“Imagine getting the 35th Tour de France stage in the British champs jersey, it would be pretty beautiful," Cavendish said.
Quick-Step boss questions knee injury keeping Wout van Aert from Belgian nationals as Jumbo-Visma Tour riders steer clear of racing.
The four-time green jersey winner shares his views on who Patrick Lefevere should bring to the Tour de France.
Is Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl cooking up a secret plan to bring Cavendish, Evenepoel, Jakobsen, and Alaphilippe to the Tour de France? Let's hope so.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl boss is playing the waiting game in the transfer market and time is on his side.
Quick-Step boss held out hope until the end: 'Yesterday I told the guys that they should stay calm and don't act crazy, not race more nervously.'
Here are 11 riders the Belgian team boss could sign to strengthen his cobbles squad.
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.
'Contract negotiation is about business. You cannot explain a season without results with two punctures and a badly timed crash,' says team boss.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl boss pushes back on notion of moving such races as Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix to the fall.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl boss Patrick Lefevere says all seven starters will be fully healthy for the first time all spring.
Patrick Lefevere on Colbrelli scare: 'We do not know whether this cardiac arrest is the result of a coronavirus infection, but it is of course possible.'
Belgian team welcomes new lead sponsor and updated kit.
The Roglič-riddle, cobblestone consternation, Lefevere-unplugged and more – the upcoming Tour de France series has stories-galore.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl boss urges patience and expectation management when picking apart Remco Evenepoel's performance at Tirreno-Adriatico.
Lefevere confirms details on Netflix Tour de France project with preliminary filming set to start soon
'People are already coming to our service course next week to make the first recordings,' says Belgian team boss after verbal agreement is reached.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl boss said the expansion of gravel into stage racing is going too far, but insists he's a fan of Strade Bianche.
Fabio Jakobsen takes aim at Gent-Wevelgem after win in ‘opening weekend.’
'A race I’d like to forget quickly.' Patrick Lefevere's 'Wolfpack' undone by poor positioning and subpar performances.
'For now, for both riders, we just say win races and be ready,' says Belgian sports director.
Danish sport director knows he can expect a call from the top if the team rolls a few weeks without a victory.
'It will take a while, so I probably will get a bit of hardship from media. But I know it is all part of the process' says Irish sprinter
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl boss comes out fighting, says he’s not afraid of Jumbo-Visma ahead of classics campaign.
Reports indicate Patrick Lefevere and co. are poised to take control of Tormans CX team in 2023.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl plans to send Cavendish to Giro d'Italia as Jakobsen gets nod for Tour debut after triumphant return last year.
A deal has finally been done after protracted negotiations, keeping the Manxman at the Belgian team for another year.
The Quick-Step-Alpha Vinyl team boss says he wants to help ‘grow women's cycling organically'.
Deceuninck CEO critical of Quick-Step boss Patrick Lefevere.
Patrick Lefevere pushes back against inclusion of gravel and pavé in 2022 Tour de France, saying organizers 'are looking for thrills.'
VN news ticker: French name support riders for Julian Alaphilippe, Patrick Lefevere causes stir again
Here's what's making news on Wednesday, September 22.
Mark Cavendish, Patrick Lefevere agree terms for extension with Deceuninck-Quick-Step, discuss future in management
Lefevere states an agreement on wages and bonuses has been agreed with Cavendish as pair discusses future with team after retirement.
Spat between Belgian team boss and Irish sprinter takes another turn as Sam Bennett returns to racing Friday for first time since May in a Deceuninck-Quick-Step jersey.
Team boss Lefevere also considering bringing Italian fastman Elia Viviani back after he rode with Quick-Step in 2018 and 2019.
Vuelta a España triumph for Fabio Jakobsen gives Deceuninck-Quick-Step dilemma in dealings with Mark Cavendish
Jakobsen's return to top form gives Patrick Lefevere tough decisions as he negotiates contracts and race allocations with Mark Cavendish.
VN news ticker: Pascal Ackermann signs with UAE-Team Emirates, Patrick Lefevere apologizes for comments about Sam Bennett
Here's the news making headlines for Saturday, August 7.
Voices from the cycling world unify to condemn inflammatory remarks made by Deceuninck-Quick-Step boss.
Here's what's making headlines on Tuesday, June 22.
Five-year deal intertwines the fortunes of the Belgian team in its up-and-coming star rider.
Patrick Lefevere not changing tactics in face of rising challenge from Wout van Aert, Mathieu van der Poel
Deceuninck-Quick-Step vows to 'isolate' the budding classics stars in bid to take them down.
Belgian squad led WorldTour team victories with 39 despite some high-profile setbacks.
No pressure on Manxman in first year back with former team, 'We don't expect Mark to win six stages in the Tour.'
Veteran sprinter returns to Belgian team having raced in Quick-Step colors from 2013 to 2015: 'This genuinely feels like I am coming home.'
How would team boss Patrick Lefevere balance the ambitions of two superstar riders on a future Tour de France team? It's a speculation point to salivate over.
Irishman's brash moves may toe the line, but the sprinter's growing love-or-loathe reputation ripens the sport.
Deceuninck-Quick-Step and Trek-Segafredo directors trade blows over the jury's call to sanction Irishman after stage 9 sprint.
The Belgian-based squad takes on a temporary name change for the upcoming Ronde van Vlaanderen.
'I don't think I've seen as many men crying as today,' said Deceuninck-Quick-Step boss Patrick Lefevere after greeting Alaphilippe in Imola.
Team staffers resigned to loss and vow that 'The Wolfpack' will bite back.
Footage emerges of sport director removing mystery item from rider's pocket before being stretchered from ravine.
Deceuninck-Quick-Step boss reacts to second major crash involving one of his riders in under two weeks.
Dylan Groenewegen apologizes for the crash that sent Fabio Jakobsen to the hospital while DQS manager Patrick Lefevere calls for legal action against the Jumbo-Visma sprinter.
The horrific crash Wednesday has seen fingers pointed at Dylan Groenewegen's wayward sprint and race organizers' route selection.
Deceuninck-Quick-Step nearly taken over by Sylvan Adams in 2018, describes Froome as 'not worth the investment.'
Belgian team to gather en masse in the Italian Dolomites, contrasts 'bubbles' strategy used elsewhere.
A shift in world championships venue to Qatar may force Evenepoel to focus on the time trial rather than road race.
Deceuninck-Quick-Step boss anticipates a swathe of teams shuttering if racing doesn't resume this year.