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Photo gallery: 2016 Milan-San Remo

  After three years of atrocious weather at Milan-San Remo, the 2016 edition of the season's first Monument was held in perfect earl...

How the Race Was Won: 2016 Milan-San Remo

In this edition of Cyclocosm’s “How the race was won” we take a look at the 2016 Milan-San Remo won by Frenchman Arnaud Démare of FDJ. In...

Eight talking points from the 2016 Milan-San Remo

The 2016 Spring Classics season is well and truly underway and the first of the year's Monuments, Milan-San Remo, is now complete. Arnaud...

Accused of holding onto a car, Milan-San Remo winner Démare denies wrongdoing

One day after he won Milan-San Remo with a superb finishing sprint Arnaud Démare has defended himself against allegations that he receive...

Démare’s monumental San Remo victory: One for the outsiders

Under the glitz and glamour of pro cycling’s superstars and five-star favorites lay the dark horses. Though they may be stars in their ow...

FDJ's Arnaud Démare takes chaotic sprint at Milan-San Remo

Frenchman Arnaud Démare (FDJ) won the season's first of five Monuments, Milan-San Remo, in a bunch sprint ahead of Ben Swift (Team Sky) a...

Milan-San Remo preview: Three riders, three different mindsets

Milan-San Remo is the longest of the five Monuments, and though it may be the easiest of the five to finish, it is also viewed as the har...

11 things you should know about the 2016 Milan-San Remo

At nearly 300km in length, Milan-San Remo is the longest one-day bike race on the professional cycling calendar. It's also one of the mos...

Appetite for success: Alexander Kristoff wants more after a superb 2015

It’s a measure of Alexander Kristoff’s ambition that, after a year where he took 20 wins and marked himself out as one of the strongest r...

Kelly: “Milan-San Remo is definitely a possibility for Sam Bennett this year”

After telling CyclingTips recently that he had possibly his best winter training to date as a cyclist, Sam Bennett received verification ...

How Sean Kelly rates Cancellara, Sagan and Martin’s chances for the Spring Classics

Fabian Cancellara is coming back from a year plagued by injury and bad luck but, as the Swiss rider heads into what could well be his fin...

Why Sam Bennett believes he could be a Milan-San Remo contender

He’s regarded by some as one of the most talented young sprinters in the peloton and now, confidence buoyed after a hassle-free winter, S...

Michael Matthews: "Amstel is my biggest goal next to Milan-San Remo"

Michael Matthews is disinclined to define his style ahead of 2016, a season in which a set of dynamic goals may present another leadershi...