Rather than targeting sprint stages, the Belgian team has targeted the breakaways with its brawny young riders
French youngster Rémi Cavagna overcomes twisting descents to win the third stage of the Tour of California
The Belgian super team hasn't won Paris-Roubaix in five years. It's hoping it can keep its classics season's winning streak alive at the "Hell of the North."
The Deceuninck-Quick-Step team of Patrick Lefevere continues to dominate the classics season. With so many stars all vying for wins, how do they do it?
Even though the Belgian super-team missed out at Gent-Wevelgem, its deep bench of classics men ride into the season's most important race with confidence.
A cobblestone campaign and Giro d'Italia start will force Bob Jungels to skip the Ardennes races
Rivals are flummoxed by Deceuninck-Quick-Step's control of the classics, but longer, harder races like Roubaix and Flanders may offer new chances.
WEVELGEM, Belgium (VN) — Elia Viviani was boxed-in during the final sprint by former teammate and foe Fernando Gaviria, leaving the dominant Deceuninck-Quick-Step empty-handed in a chaotic and intense Gent-Wevelgem. Alexander Kristoff (UAE-Emirates) kicked to a surprising victory in the windy and hard-fought edition of Gent-Wevelgem. Viviani was hoping to make amends for his tearful […]
Just as Sky dominate the grand tours, Quick-Step rule over classics through an absence of ego and focus on unity.