Philippe Gilbert will make an unexpected return to racing this year, just two months after a dramatic Tour de France crash.
The Belgian is aiming for a return to racing at one-day Classic Paris-Tours
Although he has now been forced to abandon, Philippe Gilbert still finished stage 16 of the Tour de France after a heavy crash saw him break his knee cap.
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Mid-week Belgian race Le Samyn sees Quick-Step Floors create a decisive split in the peloton, and ultimately occupy the top two steps on the podium
Four-time monument winner looking to add French and Italian monument victories to his palmares
Philippe Gilbert is number 10 in our countdown of the 100 Best Road Riders of 2017
After winning the Tour of Flanders in 2017, Philippe Gilbert will set his sights on victories in Milan-San Remo and Paris-Roubaix over the next two years.
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Philippe Gilbert will ride for Quick-Step Floors until at least 2019 after agreeing a two-year contract extension with the Belgian team.
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Philippe Gilbert (Quick-Step Floors) has been forced to abandon the Tour de France ahead of stage 15 after suffering with viral gastroenteritis.
Race leader Rohan Dennis ceded his lead to his team-mate Stefan Küng after a crash towards the end of stage two of the Tour de Suisse
Philippe Gilbert had a successful stage two of the Belgium tour, finishing second and taking the race lead, and also pleasing fans by stopping for photos.
Philippe Gilbert suffered a kidney tear in a crash at Amstel Gold Race, which he went on to win
Catch-up with highlights of the 2017 Amstel Gold Race
Philippe Gilbert continues his fine 2017 with a fourth victory in the Dutch Classic Amstel Gold Race
Quick-Step Floors have decided not to select Tour of Flanders winner Philippe Gilbert for Paris-Roubaix, opting to rest him ahead of the Ardennes Classics.
Philippe Gilberts solo slog to victory at the Tour of Flandes was Merckx-esque in its daring nature, but was it the best victory in the race's history?
Philippe Gilbert could be given the opportunity to ride Paris-Roubaix for only the second time in his career after his impressive Tour of Flanders win.
Philippe Gilbert says he didn't plan to make his solo move from 55km out at the Tour of Flanders
Belgian champion Philippe Gilbert put in a performance of a lifetime to win De Ronde from a 55km solo breakaway
Former team-mates at BMC Racing, Philippe Gilbert and Greg Van Avermaet are set to go head-to-head at the Tour of Flanders after years of tension at BMC.
Philippe Gilbert extends overall Three Days of De Panne race lead as he is in the thick of the action when the peloton splits