All eyes are on cyclo-cross at the moment, but the cross scene has seen 'super stars' before. Many big names from the road have been top men in the mud - Ed Hood takes a look back through cyclo-cross history.
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Red Bull, Season Kicks Off in Australia, Women’s Cycling, Strava Yearend Report, Spanish Anti-Doping & Van der Poel’s Cross Season
Today The Outer Line takes an in-depth look at the latest news: Red Bull jumps in; season kicks off in Australia... For now; women's cycling isn't keeping pace with other sports? Strava yearend report; new Spanish anti-doping Inquiry and Mathieu van der Poel's cross season.
Who are the top one-day contenders heading into the upcoming season? Spencer Martin breaks down where each top Monument contender stands as we approach the 2024 season.
Spencer Martin breaks down how one of the hardest World Road Race Championships between historically great rivals was won. The battle came down to the four best one-day riders of our time: Mads Pedersen, Tadej Pogačar, Wout van Aert and the eventual winner, Mathieu van der Poel.
Three Quick Thoughts: World Road Race Championships: Spencer Martin's initial post-race reactions from a battle of the titans on a brutal city center circuit at the World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland.
At the end of a protest delayed World's road race, Mathieu van der Poel launched his winning move from a group of the top men of cycling. The World cyclo-cross champion added the road title to his palmarès. Wout van Aert was second, Tadej Pogačar third and Mads Pedersen fourth.
Breaking down how a legacy-building victory was set up over road cycling's most difficult terrain. Spencer Martin examines the cobbled Classic in every detail to see how the 2023 Paris-Roubaix was won... and lost.
Spencer Martin's initial post-race reactions from the craziest Cobbled Classics of the season. Three quick thoughts on Sunday's 'Hell of a Race' in Northern France and how Mathieu van der Poel took the victory.
RACE REPORT: Mathieu van der Poel won the 2023 Paris-Roubaix in the best possible way, solo. The Alpecin-Deceuninck rider crossed the finish line in the Roubaix velodrome, after he rode away from Wout van Aert on the cobbled section of Carrefour de l'Arbre. Van Aert had to let the Dutchman go because of a puncture. Jasper Philipsen out-sprinted Van Aert for second place for an Alpecin 1-2.