A landslide along the Milano-Sanremo route forces organizer RCS Sport to send the peloton on a detour
The VeloNews editorial staff predicts who will win Milano-Sanremo, the season's first monument.
A handful of top riders have come close to Sanremo glory — Andrew Hood considers five favorites who've never broken through in Italy.
After initially saying he would not race Milano-Sanremo this year, Vincenzo Nibali will now lead Astana in Saturday's Italian monument.
Two major Italian races are on the menu: Men face Milano-Sanremo, while the Women's WorldTour rides the hills of Trofeo Alfredo Binda.
Global Cycling Network names 10 of the top riders who are in with a chance of winning the season's first monument.
With Milano-Sanremo coming up this Saturday, take a look back at a historic double, won by Laurent Fignon in 1989.
Cannondale is focusing on three leaders, Slagter, van Baarle, and Navardauskas, to keep its options open at Milano-Sanremo.
The 300-kilometer Milano-Sanremo might seem predictable, but it's far from it. Andrew Hood takes a closer look at "la Classicissima."
Peter Sagan will try to win Milano-Sanremo wearing the rainbow jersey, and says the course could be even more challenging.