We take a look back at this year's Spring Classics with a handy list of links to all of our exclusive coverage.
This year's Spring Classics have produce some of the most exciting early-season racing in recent years. It's been hard to predict who will come out on top - with no one rider or team in dominant form - but we did our best to select the riders most likely to succeed in our comprehensive race previews.
We then reviewed each race, seeing how our tips performed and talking to the top riders to get their reaction. Plus we put together stunning photo galleries from each event by our top photographers - Luc Claessen and Andy Jones.
We'll also make no excuse about including the Scheldeprijs in our Classics review - a fine win by Mark Cavendish makes it a Classic in our book.
When? March 22, 2008
Who won? Fabian Cancellara (Swi) CSC
|Tour of Flanders|
When? April 6, 2008
Who won? Stijn Devolder (Bel) Quick Step-Innergetic
Women's Tour of Flanders report>>
When? April 9, 2008
Who won? Oscar Freire (Spa) Rabobank
Will safer descent cut down crashes?>>
When? April 13, 2008
Who won? Tom Boonen (Bel) Quick Step-Innergetic
The best Paris-Roubaix clips on the web>>
Junior Paris-Roubaix report>>
When? April 16, 2008
Who won? Mark Cavendish (GB) Team High Road
|Amstel Gold Race|
When? April 20, 2008
Who won? Damiano Cunego (Ita) Lampre-Fondital
When? April 23, 2008
Who won? Kim Kirchen (Lux) Team High Road
Women's race report>>
Women's race preview>>
When? April 27, 2008
Who won? Alejandro Valverde (Spa) Caisse d'Epargne
The climbs of Liege-Bastogne-Liege>>
|Other Spring Classics features|
What if the cobbled classics were a stage race?
Classic from the Archives: The day Elliott was worked over by the Dutch at Amstel Gold
Classic from the Archives: How Barry Hoban won Ghent-Wevelgem
The all-time list of British pro winners
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