Team Sky’s Luke Rowe satisfied with sixth place in first race of Classics campaign, despite falling on the wrong side of the race winning move
Olympic champion Greg Van Avermaet wins second consecutive edition of Omloop Het Nieuwsblad ahead of Peter Sagan
Dutch riders dominate the racing at the first big European women's event of the 2017 season in Belgium
Tom Boonen unveils his custom Specialized Venge ahead of Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, and dismisses claims that disc brakes are dangerous
The Spring Classics kick off this weekend with Omloop Het Nieuwsblad (Saturday, February 25) and Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne (Sunday, February 26) - we can't wait
Local authorities in Belgium should have known better than to put tarmac down on a famous cobbled climb, with one local staging a brave lone protest.
Everyone likes an upset, and with the unpredictable Spring Classics coming up soon, there are plenty of riders who could defy the odds on the cobbles.
A poll of race organisers in Belgium has revealed that half would consider charging fans to watch races at the roadside, an unpopular move with the fans.
E3 Harelbeke has made the wise decision to eschew a sexist poster in 2017, instead going for a poster of a tattooed boy readying himself for battle.
Flanders Classics and organisers of other Belgian spring races will block off the entrance to the race for all vehicles and check bags in public zones.
Orica-Scott's Jens Keukeleire was reportedly out fault for a collision with a car which left him with injuries that could put him out of the Classics.
Ghent-Wevelgem will take in a new route detour in 2017 adding in the semi-paved Plugstreets that could be spectacular if they're covered in mud on race day.
Het Nieuwsblad reports that the Flanders Classic race Dwars door Vlaanderen will be granted a three-year WorldTour status from 2017
With the cobbled Classics over and done with for another year, we take a look at some of the trends that consumers might begin to follow all year round.
It’s not just the riders that take a battering when assaulting the brutal cobbles of the Hell of the North, the bikes take a hell of a pounding too. In order…
Seven British riders are due to line up for the biggest one-day race of the year, Paris-Roubaix on Sunday, April 10
Yorkshireman Scott Thwaites says he’s happy following a strong Classics campaign and is relishing a second appearance at Paris-Roubaix this Sunday
The German took his fourth career win in the Belgian race, narrowly beating Britain's Mark Cavendish to the line
Everyone knows about the cobbles in Northern France and Belgium, but what about those stretches of cobbled climbs on our very own shores?
Provisional start list for the 2016 Scheldeprijs one-day classic (April 4)
Tour of Flanders winner Peter Sagan is looking to test his Paris-Roubaix set up at Scheldeprijs on Wednesday, while looking to ‘stay out of trouble’ in the sprinter’s cobbled Classic.…
Not making the decisive break disappointed Geraint Thomas who targeted the win at the Tour of Flanders
The major points of discussion after the 100th edition of the Tour of Flanders
British sprint star Mark Cavendish will ride for Dimension Data in the 2016 edition of Paris-Roubaix, only the second time he's ridden the event in his career
With fewer than 25 riders making it to the finish, the 1985 Ronde was brutal even by Flandrian standards, writes Mick McMahon