All three spring races will continue at least through 2016
Fabian Cancellara and a slew of first-time winners came out on top in the classics, but who didn't?
The names of tomorrow fight two battles in the hills of Belgium
Cannondale standout will race in the Amgen Tour of California, and later the USA Pro Challenge
Peter Sagan and Maja Leye meet for the first time since the March 31 incident in which the Slovakian grabbed her backside
Though it came without a true showdown against Tom Boonen, Fabian Cancellara's triumphant return to the cobbles proved his place yet again
A brief look at Orica-GreenEdge rider Mitchell Docker’s power data from last weekend's cobbled classic
A year ago, Tom Boonen dominated the classics and Fabian Cancellara was injured. This season saw the reverse happen
Sunday's Tour of Flanders was the first major showdown between Cancellara, a decorated warhorse, and Sagan, a precocious phenom
Are the increasingly popular sportives and gran fondos a potential revenue source that could help stabilize teetering pro events?
Cannondale rider, who will return at the Ardennes classics, is not suited well for the Hell of the North, says his sport director
Out with a broken collarbone in 2012, Cancellara rebounds and rides to victory on the cobbles to claim his second Tour of Flanders win
Sky had two cards to play but watched RadioShack rake in the pot at Flanders
Some tires are just so good that come classics season, sponsors have to take a back seat to boutique suppliers
The defending champion ends his Flanders defense in the hospital after crashing at kilometer 19.
The young Slovak says the older, wiser Cancellara was the better man on Sunday
The start list for the 2013 Tour of Flanders as of Saturday, March 30
Thomas says he could benefit from the favorites' focus on each other
After crashing out last year with a broken collarbone, Fabian Cancellara (RadioShack) returns to the Tour of Flanders intent on victory.
Omega Pharma-Quick Step rider says he feels strong enough to win Sunday's race
We make our case for the main contenders in the Tour of Flanders field, and conclude that “Spartacus” is the man to beat
Cannondale sport director Stefano Zanatta says Sagan is well prepared for Sunday's cobbled classic
With a route almost identical to the revamped 2012 edition, Sunday's Tour of Flanders features 17 climbs and three relentless circuits
Belgian rider has battled injuries and setbacks all season, including a crash in Sunday's Ghent-Wevelgem
Peter Sagan's ability to win in seemingly any terrain and under any circumstance is proving difficult to manage for Omega Pharma
30-year-old will also ride in a support role at Paris-Roubaix on April 7
German-Australian goes back to old school training methods and finally gets reward after sparking Wevelgem breakaway
Belgian rider said he needs to get some more racing under his belt before this weekend's Tour of Flanders
World champion Philippe Gilbert kept his cards close on Thursday, but plays his first cobbles hand on Friday in Harelbeke
The king of the cobbles in 2012, Tom Boonen's ride on Friday will be a strong indicator of his spring to come
Friday's 211-kilometer course, dotted with cobbled sections and steep ascents, will tell us a lot about the classics season
With historic courses, frenzied fans, and dynamic racing, these men are the ones to watch from Harelbeke to Roubaix
Reigning world champion Philippe Gilbert tells a Dutch magazine that a Flemish separatist party is "extremist"
Danish classics man is back at home with Saxo-Tinkoff and is aiming for De Ronde, the classic he cherishes more than any other
World champion says he is ready to put a disastrous 2012 spring behind him and isn't ready to cede his Ardennes kingdom to Peter Sagan
We remember Fiorenzo Magni (1920-2012), the Lion of Flanders and a renowned hardman
Pozzoto has been fighting back since he broke his collarbone in the Tour of Qatar in February.
In the team's fifth episode of the season, Omega Pharma-Quick Step takes you behind the scenes with one of their mechanics during the team's Tour of Flanders win
Cancellara rolled off the start at the 2012 Tour of Flanders on Trek's new Domane endurance bike
Cancellara says injury does not change Olympic preparation
In this exclusive video Farrar, Vanmarcke and Vaughters talk about a disappointing Tour of Flanders and look ahead to Paris-Roubaix.
Tom Boonen says he thought for certain he would lose in the winning three-man breakaway at the 2012 Tour of Flanders
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
After his third win in Flanders, Tom Boonen has his sights on Paris-Roubaix, the Olympics and world championships
Young team leader Sep Vanmarcke runs out of gas late, Farrar spends rare day in the break