From Mathieu van der Poel and Lotte Kopecky to Elisa Longo Borghini and Dylan van Baarle. VeloNews rates the cobbled classics contenders.
The 30-year-old Swedish rider is enjoying racing in front of big crowds in Belgium after starting her racing career during the coronavirus pandemic.
Tadej Pogačar revives tradition of grand tour winners as serious cobbled classics contenders.
Van Vleuten undone in Flanders sprint: 'I can't do everything. I need other teams and hope that they want to make the race hard and drop people.'
Belgian champion Kopecky beats veteran Dutchwomen van Vleuten and van den Broek-Blaak in front of massed home crowds.
Wahoo Powerlink power-meter pedals for the Wahoo team.
The Dutch rider is back in Belgium to try and win a record-breaking third women's Tour of Flanders.
The contenders, the route, and the details of the climbs of the 2022 Ronde van Vlaanderen.
Chantal van den Broek-Blaak says the hillier course for Flanders suits the team better than at Gent-Wevelgem.
The Australian rider switched to the French team over the winter as she looks to get the 'full experience' of European road racing.
Despite a wildly misjudged section on why women will never beat men, there is a lot of interesting artifacts to be found here.
The women's prize pot for the Tour of Flanders is set to increase to 50,000 euros and other Flanders Classics events are due to follow in 2023.
With 25 races, the 2022 Women's WorldTour calendar is the longest in the history of the series. VeloNews breaks down what will be a record-breaking year.
Women’s WorldTour hits harder in 2022 with extra stage for Ceratizit Challenge, new climbs for classics
Spanish tour expands to five stages, iconic Koppenberg and Kemmelberg climbs come to the classics as women's calendar continues to grow.
Women's cycling is as good as it has ever been with TV coverage, a deep peloton and better wages, but there is still a lot to do for it to achieve parity with the men.
From 16th in the world rankings in 2020 to second in 2021, the Movistar women's team has gone from also-rans to world-beaters.
Here's what's next for two stars at opposite ends of their career trajectories after winning Tour of Flanders.
Dutchwoman winds back the years with second Flanders win in 10 years after brutal Paterberg attack.
Dutch star returns a decade later to win De Ronde with searing attack on the Paterberg.
Dutchwoman eyes return to the top of De Ronde after winning Gent-Wevelgem last weekend.
Top female pros Lotte Kopecky and others preview Sunday's Tour of Flanders.
For some cycling fans, and especially Belgian fans, this is the best week of the year.
VeloNews Podcast: Could Julian Alaphilippe have won Flanders? Sepp Kuss and Brandon McNulty interviews
On this week's episode we discuss how Julian Alaphilippe would have fared at the Tour of Flanders had he not crashed. Then, Sepp Kuss and Brandon McNulty join the podcast.
The Italian squad will not have its pre-race COVID-19 control results in sufficient time to prepare for the race
CCC-Liv rider says she's felt safe all season, despite the risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
As Women’s Tour organizers launch a campaign for new title sponsors, they also question whether live TV is really viable for Women’s WorldTour events
Gent-Wevelgem and Tour of Flanders set to return to Women's WorldTour in 2020, organizers eyeing October dates.
European champion Marta Bastianelli defeats Annemiek van Vleuten to claim her first Tour of Flanders victory.
Lead trio hold off chase group in final stretch to Oudenaarde, with Italian outsprinting van Vleuten and Uttrup Ludwig to take the win.
Anna van der Breggen (Boels-Dolmans) took her first Tour of Flanders title on Sunday in Oudenaarde, Belgium.
Anna van der Breggen won the 15th edition of the women's Tour of Flanders, as Boels-Dolmans finished first and second.
Pint-sized sprinter Coryn Rivera becomes the first American, man or woman, to win the Tour of Flanders in a thrilling finale.
A week after finishing third at Gent-Wevelgem, American Coryn Rivera sprinted to victory at the women’s Tour of Flanders on Sunday.
The spring classics come to a climax at Tour of Flanders for the Women's WorldTour peloton. Here's the complete preview.
Chantal Blaak is prepared to ride as the Boels-Dolmans leader in Tour of Flanders, hoping to get the team back to its winning ways.
World champion Elizabeth Armitstead out-sprints Emma Johansson in a nail-biting finish to the women's Ronde van Vlaanderen.
Elisa Longo Borghini takes the long road from a wheelchair to the top step of the podium at the Tour of Flanders
Elisa Longo Borghini takes a solo victory in the third round of the women’s UCI World Cup
The runner-up in 2013, van Dijk goes it alone more than 25km from the finish and builds an insurmountable lead
VeloNews caught up with Lauren Hall after her Gent-Wevelgem victory as she prepared for the women's Tour of Flanders
The Olympic and world road champion proves strongest of the three women contesting the finale
Armstrong and crew roll a low-key approach into a Tour of Flanders podium
American Armstrong second in the 2012 women's Ronde van Vlaanderen
Preliminary startlist for the 2012 women's Ronde van Vlaanderen
2011 Women’s Tour of Flanders
- 1. Annemiek Van Vleuten (Ned) Nederland Bloeit, in 3:36:03
- 2. Tatiana Antoshina (Rus) Gauss, at 0:01
- 3. Marianne Vos (Ned) Nederland Bloeit, at 0:10
- 4. Emma Johansson (Swe) Hitec Products-UCK, at 0:10
- 5. Judith Arndt (Ger) HTC Highroad Women, at 0:10
After thinking her days in Holland were over, Neben finds herself back — and actually enjoying the racing this time.
Grace Verbeke (Lotto) wins the women’s Tour of Flanders.
Contested Sunday alongside the Ronde Van Vlaanderen will be the seventh running of the women’s Tour of Flanders, or Ronde Van Vlaanderen Vrouwen, which begins in the town of Oodenarde and loops east, also ending in Meerbeke, near Ninove.