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Answering questions on Roubaix's cobbles

“That’s another question mark finished,” Andreas Klier kept saying. He’d say it into the radio after a nasty sector, and to riders after ...

Getting dropped on the Trek-Segafredo Flanders recon

This is the first of Caley Fretz' recurring columns on racing and riding. It's also sometimes about not riding, and occasionally about co...

How the Race Was Won: 2015 Amstel Gold Race

The spring classics have now moved to the Ardennes and Amstel Gold brings through a change of cast in the contendors. In a race won three...

The 2015 Amstel Gold Race through the lens of Kristof Ramon

Here at CyclingTips we're lucky to be able to work with some of the best cycling photographers in the world. It's always a joy to pore ov...

Monsieur Paris-Roubaix

Sebastien Corne is described as a fascinating and eccentric character who loves everything about the race that takes place in his backyar...

Paris-Roubaix through the lens of Kristof Ramon

Few races on the WorldTour calendar capture the imagination quite like Paris-Roubaix. The culmination of several weeks of cobbled racing ...

It's back! CyclingTips 2016 Spring Classics Tour

We're stoked to announce that we're making the pilgrimage back to the Spring Classics next year in 2016! Together with BikeStyle Tours we...

Ronde van Vlaanderen through the lens of Kristof Ramon

Alexander Kristoff has quietly chalked up some impressive wins during his relatively young career including two Tour de France stage wins...

Bikes of Flanders: Sep Vanmarcke's Bianchi Infinito CV

In the past few days we've been featuring some of the interesting and unusual bikes that were on display at Sunday's Tour of Flanders. In...

Bikes of Flanders: Lotto-Soudal's New Unnamed Ridleys

Heading to team hotels before the start of any big race is always a privilege, it’s also a prime place to get chatting with the mechanics...

Inside the Tour of Flanders: on-board cameras from Velon

Velon was launched earlier this year and is a joint business venture of eleven of the teams. CEO Graham Bartlett says: "It has three foun...

Wiggins claims Pinarello K8-S bike is revolutionary: “The difference is unbelievable”

Unless you haven't had internet access over the past couple days you’ll have seen Pinarello's new bike that they hope will deliver a Sky ...

Interview with Bradley Wiggins (Video)

Driedaagse De Panne concluded on Thursday afternoon with a 14.2km individual time trial, which was won by world time trial champion Bradl...

Tour of Flanders Preview

It’s time for the second Monument of the season and the first big cobblestone classic: Ronde van Vlaanderen (Tour of Flanders).  With the...

Gerrans targets Tour of Flanders, Hayman key

When you think of Simon Gerrans and what he's yet to achieve in his cycling palmares, you think of that elusive Amstel Gold, the World Ch...

Race preview: Liège-Bastogne-Liège 2013

Last of the Ardennes Classics, Liège-Bastogne-Liège is also the biggest. With big favorites missing out on the first two, we are certainl...

Chasing the Ronde

Most of you have probably never chased a bike race before trying to bring home the best photographs you can which will ultimately put foo...

Cancellara, the king of Flanders

Last night's 97th edition of the Ronde van Vlaanderen (Tour of Flanders) was nothing less than spectacular. It was a late night for us he...

Introducing The Classics

With two of the most spectacular one-day races of the season - the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix - taking place in the next 10 days,...

Reflections on the Semi-Classics By Kristof Ramon

With two races cancelled (Nokere Koerse and Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne) and more races being shortened and rerouted becaue of miserable weathe...

Reflections From The Semi-Classics

With the first major part of the season completed it's now a good time to reflect on everything that's happened. I've put together a phot...