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No visa issues for Girmay, who passes on Flanders with an eye on the Giro

Intermarché dismiss claims visa issues prevented Girmay from lining up for the Tour of Flanders.

Masterstrokes and missteps: A closer look at 5 of the best races of the year

Temporary alliances, competing motivations, and team battles made for some great races in 2021.

With added Koppenberg, the women’s Tour of Flanders gets a major upgrade

Iconic cobbled climbs have been added to both the women’s Tour of Flanders and Gent-Wevelgem for 2022.

The show must go on: How the Spring Classics are being run in COVID times

Last year the Tour of Flanders and Gent-Wevelgem showed that one-day Classics can be run in COVID times. In 2021 they face a different se...

Crazy tech, a Norwegian win and a Utah holiday: The Bunch, Ep 9

Welcome to another episode of the Bunch. This week's episode, I'm sorry to say, is not coming from pro cycling capital of Europe, Girona,...

Tragedy strikes pro peloton: Belgian rider Antoine Demoitié killed by race moto at Gent-Wevelgem

It was the event everyone feared might happen: A professional cyclist has died after being struck by a race motorcycle. According to AFP,...

Rainbow curse, lifted! Peter Sagan wins Gent-Wevelgem from breakaway

Whatever curse may been associated with the world champion's rainbow jersey was lifted Sunday at Gent-Wevelgem, when Peter Sagan won a fo...

Commentary: Why Tony Martin racing the cobbled classics changes everything

When three-time world time-trial champion Tony Martin announced last month that, for the first time in his career, he will focus on the c...

Inside Line: Chloe Hosking's Gent-Wevelgem

While the second round of the women's World Cup was happening over in northern Italy on Sunday, another major women's race was being held...

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...