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LIÈGE-BASTOGNE-LIÈGE’24: Pogačar Launches on La Redoute!

Top favourite, Tadej Pogačar attacked on the climb of La Redoute, with just over 30 kilometres to go to the finish in Liège and soloed to victory. The expected battle with Mathieu van der Poel never materialised. There were attacks from behind, but the Slovenian's victory was never in Danger. Romain Bardet took second ahead of the chasers, who were brought in by Van der Poel for third place.

LIÈGE’24 Preview: Can Pogačar Stop Van der Poel Taking La Doyenne?

Liège-Bastogne-Liège is probably the hardest of the non cobbled Classics in the cycling season and is rightly one of the five Monuments - The oldest one. It's always a top rider who takes victory in 'La Doyenne', with its tough finale sorting out the best climbers. This year is no different and there are top names on the start list. We preview at the favourites, the history and the course.

FLÈCHE-WALLONNE’24: Surprising Williams Was Hot On the Huy!

Flèche-Wallonne 2024 Race Report: Stephen Williams surprisingly won the 2024 Flèche Wallonne. After a cold and wet race of 200 kilometres, the British rider jumped away with 300 metres to go and no one had the legs to catch him before the line. Kévin Vauquelin (Arkéa-B&B Hotels) finished second, aheadMaxim Van Gils (Lotto Dstny) in third.

AMSTEL GOLD’24: Pidcock Pours Out the Beer!

Tom Pidcock made up for his Amstel Gold Race loss in 2021 to Wout van Aert by the smallest of margins. The INEOS Grenadiers rider crossed to the winning break and then won the sprint from Marc Hirschi (UAE Team Emirates) and Tiesj Benoot (Visma | Lease a Bike). Top favourite, World champion, Mathieu van der Poel was trapped in the bunch to finish 22nd.

AMSTEL’24 Preview: Mathieu van der Poel to Keep Winning?

The cobbled Classics are now just dust in the wind and via the Brabantse Pijl, we move onto the hilly Classics. The Amstel Gold Race is this Sunday, April 14th and the type of riders changes from the rough roads specialists to the ones that can climb, except maybe one... Mathieu van der Poel. There are other possible winners, we list the favourites and look at the course and history.

ROUBAIX Breakdown: The All Powerful Alpecin-Deceuninck Show!

Mathieu van der Poel has done his rainbow jersey proud in Paris-Roubaix, in a repeat of the victory in Flanders. The World champion won on the Roubaix cobbles for the second time in a row, after a solo of just under 60 kilometres. Just like in Flanders, the Alpecin-Deceuninck team were once again in total control to win their third Monument

PARIS-ROUBAIX’24: Van der Poel Dominates in Hell!

The Alpecin-Deceuninck team dominated and split the 2024 Paris-Roubaix to pieces to soften the competition for Mathieu van der Poel's winning attack just under 60 kilometres from the velodrome in Roubaix. His teammate, Jasper Philipsen was second again and Mads Pedersen took third ahead of Nils Politt.