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E3 Harelbeke is the cobbled gateway to Belgium's biggest classics races. It features ample cobblestone climbs, and thrilling race action.
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John Degenkolb ready to keep fighting in the spring classics after his 2016 season was derailed by traumatic crash.
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Quick-Step dominates Dwars door Vlaanderen, with Philippe Gilbert animating the race and Yves Lampaert attacking to win solo.
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Mario Cipollini celebrates his birthday March 22, so we put together a gallery of our favorite "Lion King" moments.
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American Kiel Reijnen has a scary crash in Dwars door Vlaanderen but escapes relatively unscathed, hopeful to continue classics campaign.
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Finnish champion Lotta Lepisto sprints to her first win of 2017 in Dwars door Vlaanderen.
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Alejandro Valverde out-sprints Dan Martin atop La Molina climb, and American Tejay van Garderen takes overall lead in Catalunya.
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With canny team tactics, Yves Lampaert wins Dwars door Vlaanderen, and his Quick-Step teammate Philippe Gilbert finishes second.
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Cervelo-Bigla's Lotta Lepisto notched her first win of 2017 in Waregem, Belgium at Dwars door Vlaanderen Wednesday.
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Race commissaires decided to overturn their original ruling and penalize the entire Movistar team for illegal pushes during the stage.
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Twelve races have been designated as part of a new American Road Calendar, USA Cycling announced Tuesday.
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Movistar just hacked team time trials, maybe accidentally. In fact, the team may not even realize the powerful TTT tool it just invented.
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We break down the action from Milano-Sanremo, consider the blossoming Kwiatkowski-Sagan rivalry, and consider Coryn Rivera's big win.
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Cycling fans in the U.S. will be able to continue watching the Tour de France via NBC Sports properties through 2023.
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Movistar wins team time trial by two seconds ahead of BMC racing, but Tejay van Garderen accuses Spanish squad of breaking rules.
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Milano-Sanremo had a thrilling finale, but for Peter Sagan, it was a missed opportunity. Plus, Coryn Rivera is coming on strong in the
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Jasper Stuyven was born in Flanders as a cobble-basher, but he's since branched out into the business world.
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This week, Lennard Zinn explains the science — complete with equations — regarding tire pressure and the width of your rims.
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Kristen Legan analyzes the key tactics from the Trofeo Alfredo Binda Women's WorldTour race, won by Coryn Rivera.
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After 2016 when he won at will, Peter Sagan has even loftier goals this season, like Paris-Roubaix and a record-tying sixth green jersey.
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