Wednesday's Flèche Wallonne ends on the famed Mur de Huy, and the puncheurs of the peloton will be there fighting for a win.
After a long injury layoff, Marianne Vos returns to face a deeper women's peloton and more confident rivals. Oh, it's on.
At one point in 2015, Pauline Ferrand-Prevot was the holder of three world titles — a feat never seen before in the sport of cycling.
Reigning cyclocross world champion Pauline Ferrand-Prévot injures her knee and will have to forgo the remainder of the season.
Pauline Ferrand-Prevot won three world titles in the last year in road cycling, cyclocross, and mountain biking. She's eyeing another one.
The cycling world will turn its attention to Richmond, Virginia starting this weekend at the UCI Road World Championships.
Ferrand-Prevot adds to road and cyclocross world titles with XC worlds victory, while Schurter nabs fourth career XC world championship win
World champion Pauline Ferrand-Prevot won stage 5 of the Giro Rosa, as American Megan Guarnier kept her GC lead on an uphill finish.
Flèche Wallonne organizers added a new climb near the finish of Wednesday's race, but the race could still be decided on the Mur de Huy
In the absence of five-time winner Vos, all eyes will be on world champ Ferrand-Prévot who faces challenges from several big names