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Stage one analysis: Gilbert first. The rest, nowhere

Crashes, and one of the strongest uphill sprinters ever seen in cycling, wrought carnage in the Vendée.

Van Summeren time: Paris-Roubaix analysis

For a whole year, the cycling world has agreed that stopping Fabian Cancellara in Paris-Roubaix would involve ganging up on him. Yesterday, Garmin did just that.

CS experts panel: Paris-Roubaix

Paris-Roubaix, the Queen of Classics, takes place on Sunday. Our team of writers explain the beauty of the race and make some predictions for the outcome.

In Flanders fields: race analysis

Before the race, all the predictions were of a one-man show. But the 2011 Tour of Flanders threw up surprise after surprise.

Flanders blog: The best race in the world (part II)

Was the 2011 event the best Tour of Flanders in living memory? Our reaction to a brilliant day’s racing.

Flanders blog: Essential, last-minute tactics for the Ronde

Background knowledge, analysis and predictions for today’s big race.

Iconic Places: the Muur van Geraardsbergen

The Muur van Geraardsbergen is the most famous climb of the Tour of Flanders, which takes place on Sunday. Cycle Sport’s Iconic Places series covered it in the January 2009 edition of the magazine.

Milan-San Remo’s unique challenge

The balance of power at Milan-San Remo, the first Classic of the year, is heavily skewed towards the sprinters. But to write the outcome off as predictable is to misunderstand the nature of the route and tactics, which are unlike any other race.

Het Nieuwsblad: The season starts here

Forget the phoney battles that have been raging in Australia, the Middle East and the Mediterranean, the real cycling season starts on Saturday, at Het Nieuwsblad. But beware of drawing too many conclusions from the result.

Comment: The Leopards pounce

Team Leopard-Trek has been launched, and, we’re promised, it’s different. But is it?