Never have so many marquee, top-level pros all retired in the same season.
Newly crowned world champion finishes 'magical' season in front of home crowds.
Former world champion Philippe Gilbert to retire after 1.1-rated race in passing of the Belgian baton.
‘Retirement class of 2022’ includes grand tour winners, world champions, and generational giants of the peloton
From Vincenzo Nibali to Tom Dumoulin, and Alejandro Valverde, Richie Porte and Philippe Gilbert, a fleet of champions leaves at the top of the game.
Gilbert takes the top step to end 966-day drought and guarantee one last win in retirement season.
Lotto Soudal in a race for points as the team tries to avoid demotion from the WorldTour at the end of 2022.
Belgian star wants to leave with hands held high and the Ardennes will be at the center of his swansong season.
Though it's not in the race for 2022, we look back at the climb simply known as the Muur.
Here's what some of the race's biggest stars said at the startline in Milan on Saturday morning.
Second-place in Kuurne shows Ewan has the legs – but can he make them count in the calendar's most unpredictable race?
VeloNews is on the ground at the 'opening weekend' – we caught up with some of the biggest stars on the Omloop startline Saturday.
'It was easy to decide to retire:' Belgian star isn't feeling nostalgic yet, and brings big ambitions into his 20th and final season in the pro peloton.
Gilbert has won four of the five monuments, among many, many other races in his career. What will 2022 hold?
Lotto-Soudal's stars both dream of winning the Italian monument, but will the Belgian follow the team script in his last chance over the Poggio? Ewan is hoping so.
Belgian team targets at least one monument in 2022 and is backing Paris-Roubaix sensation Florian Vermeersch across the cobbled classics.
The Belgian has come as close as anyone in the modern era to completing the monument sweep, and will have one last shot at Milano-Sanremo in his final season as a pro.
Australian puts Italian monument at top of list in what will be Gilbert's last shot at monument 'sweep.'
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?
Several big names are left off the Belgian elite men's road world championship team, while Van der Poel races for the first time on pavement since the Tour de France.
Here's the news making headlines for Sunday, July 18.
VN news ticker: Philippe Gilbert, Chris Froome help injured fan, Simon Clarke riding Tour de France with broken back
Here's the news making the headlines on Thursday, July 15.
Former world champion Philippe Gilbert wants riders to neutralize the first 10km of stage 4 in protest against Monday's technical finish.
Belgian team focusing on sprints and breakaways for its 37th start in Tour de France.
Here's what's making the headlines on Tuesday, April 13.
Anyone hoping to witness the first wet and muddy edition of Paris-Roubaix in a generation will have to wait until October.
VN news ticker: Nacer Bouhanni apologizes for sprint contact; no Tour of Flanders for Philippe Gilbert
Here's what's making headlines on Monday, March 29.
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.
VN news ticker: USA Cycling 2021 ’cross nationals, former Team Sky doctor Freeman stripped of license, Wout van Aert poised for Milano-Sanremo repeat
Here's what's making headlines on Thursday, March 18.
What is the best-case scenario for 'Phil-Gil' to join one of cycling's most elite clubs? We look at the options.
Veteran Belgian keen to take it to new generation of classics stars as he enters pivotal season to finish off his 'monument sweep.'
Richie Porte abandons after heavy fall while Bennett continues his strong start to the season.
Former world champion urges colleagues to become more involved, while Wellens admits he will miss TT position in breakaways.
Will Julian Alaphilippe continue Deceuninck-Quick-Step's winning start? Will Mathieu van der Poel dominate? And what can Tom Pidcock do?
Belgian star expects to retire 'behind closed doors' and says riders are missing the energy and thrills that come with fans cheering them on.
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Former Tour de France winners Vincenzo Nibali, Geraint Thomas and Egan Bernal are among marquee starters for the French race.
Belgian veteran is running out of time to complete monument sweep with uncertainty over knee injury proving another hurdle to jump.
Philippe Gilbert, Matteo Trentin say barriers, vehicles in bunch are top safety priority for peloton
Classics veteran Gilbert chastises colleagues for not taking more active role in safety negotiations.
Parked cars and oncoming traffic lead riders to stop racing after just 18 kilometers of second stage of 2.Pro race.
Peloton rolled out for day in the mountains clad in bandages and nursing bruises after traumatic Tour opener.
Lotto-Soudal left reeling after two key stage-hunters forced out of race, Groupama-FDJ hit by wave of injuries.
Belgian veteran reacts to wave of incidents and dangerous race courses in the restarted cycling season.
Van der Poel, van Aert, Alaphilippe headline bumper start list for an 'even harder' Milano-Sanremo on Saturday.
Belgian veteran prepared to do all it takes to see racing resume as planned next month.
Belgian classics specialist Philippe Gilbert still dreams of winning Milano-Sanremo — it is cycling’s only monument that he has yet to win.
When it comes to bike racing tactics no one is better than Belgian veteran Philippe Gilbert.
Dutch races this weekend seeing increasingly-powerful line ups as teams scramble to find opportunities for riders scheduled to start northern classics.
Milano-Sanremo being raced in fall, major teams sitting out March racing, Paris-Nice carrying on regardless - VeloNews debates the big issues from the last week in pro cycling.
The peloton faces rain and cold temperatures at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne this weekend.
Classics stars like Zdenek Stybar, Chantal Blaak, and Mads Petersen will be in Gent this coming weekend for Omloop Het Nieuwsblad.
Races in Portugal and Spain provide important early season climbing and time trial tests for many marquee names.
The Belgian star needs to win the elusive Italian classic to be join the elite club of sweeping all five of cycling's prestigious monuments
Deceuninck-Quick-Step's fluid model of leadership being used by rival teams in shifting of tactical script.
Belgian phenomenon will aim for cycling's biggest prizes in his second season that will likely include a grand tour debut.
The veteran superstar quickly realized 'Remco' was the real deal and is now one of his biggest fans.
Sport Director Brian Holm rues the loss of iconic figure Gilbert, but is optimistic the team will dominate the leaderboards in 2020.
Degenkolb feels he still has more to give and relishes the opportunity to race with Philippe Gilbert in 'a real Belgian team.'
Italy's fall classics don't get the attention they deserve, but a new project could help revive some of cycling's most prestigious races
Yorkshire delivered on its promise of a demanding race, but Sunday's test pushed the world's best to their collective limit.
Pre-race favorites Gilbert, Valverde were among early exits as extreme conditions forced changes in the elite men's race
Reigning champ Valverde promises to go down swinging, but this worlds likely marks end of glorious era that dates back to 1999
The Vuelta saw the strands of the past, present and future weave together in stunning fashion
Philippe Gilbert's two stage victories at the Vuelta is proof that he's on fine form ahead of the UCI road world championship in Yorkshire.
Crosswinds created havoc at the Vuelta a España as a 50-man breakaway gained valuable time, vaulting Nairo Quintana back into contention.
Gilbert's Vuelta stage victory is a sign that the Belgian star is peaking just before the world road championships.
Philippe Gilbert attacked out of the day's breakaway and then held off the chasers to take the stage win in downtown Bilbao.