Race Report: The cream came to the top of the Milan-Sanremo peloton milk as the decisive group escaped on the final climb of the Poggio. There were attacks aplenty on the run-in, but it was Deceuninck - Quick-Step's Julian Alaphilippe who crossed the line first on the Via Roma in Sanremo.
PeloPics Gallery: The finalé of Milan-San Remo 2018 was a classic example by Vincenzo Nibali of how to win a 'Monument' and excite the fans - A visual spectacle and we've collected the best photos and video from the Sanremo'18 percorso by Cor Vos.
Primavera Race Preview: On Saturday morning the longest and most beautiful one-day Classic of the season rolls out of Milan and heads for the Mediterranean City of Sanremo. There isn't a rider who would not love to win the 'Primavera' and it's a race in which the sprinters and rouleurs have a chance. Ed Hood has the low-down on 'La Classicissima'.
Race Report: Grand Tour and Classic wins puts Vincenzo Nibali in the 'Top Rider' bracket and on Saturday afternoon in Sanremo the 'Shark from Messina' swooped across the finish line after a brave late attack. Ed Hood describes la Primavera action.
Primavera Preview: Back in 2008 Ed Hood lived the dream and followed the whole of the Primavera in the Saunier Duval team car; he takes us from the chill of Milano, across the plains, over the Turchino, along the Ligurian Riviera, over the Capi, Cipressa and Poggio to the mellow climes of Sanremo before looking at who PEZ thinks will triumph on the Via Roma late on Saturday afternoon.
Now that 'La classicissima di Primavera' has been fought for 2015, Lee Rodgers gives his thoughts on Milan-Sanremo, which riders were impressive and who's not firing on all cylinders, just yet (Vincenzo). Degenkolb comes out on top in Lee's list for form, control and power - man and machine in perfect harmony.
Mar 24, 2014 - After a rain soaked Milan-Sanremo; Kristoff came out on top, all the race quotes and video action from Italy and also from the Handzame Classic and the G.P. Nobili. Registration info for the Tour of America's Dairyland, preview of the Volta a Catalunya, new Sanremo Museum and the Rubik's Cube. A full EuroTrash Monday.
It was a wet and cold edition of Milan-Sanremo. After 294 kilometers a group of twenty-five riders sprinted for victory. The Norwegian Alexander Kristoff was the fastest. André Greipel was also part of the group, but had cramps and fell out of top twenty.