Interview - 21/04 - 17:52

Romain Bardet: “I've never felt so strong on a bike”

“I thought about 2018 in the finale, yes. In this race I was too often frustrated by missing good opportunities. This time, after the decisive attack on La Redoute, we had to be there in that second fight and get rid of as many rivals as possible. I had goosebumps on Roche-aux-Faucons because it’s a climb that I really like. I knew it was going to be important because...

Interview - 21/04 - 17:44

Mathieu Van der Poel: “I’m really happy to end up on the podium”

“I’m happy with that. We came back to the front after a long pursuit and I already felt my legs were tired a bit. But even with the legs from Roubaix or Flanders it would have been hard to follow Tadej. I’m realistic enough, I know that if Pogacar has a good day I can’t follow him even with my best legs. You never know, he could have a bad day, or at...

Interview - 21/04 - 17:40

Tadej Pogacar: "I’m full of emotion"

“Two years ago just before Liège Urska’s mother passed away and last year I broke my hand, so the last two years were really difficult. I was riding for Urska’s mother today and I’m really happy that finally I can again win in this beautiful race. Thanks to all the team that worked for me today, because it was amazing teamwork and I couldn’t...

The stage film - 21/04 - 16:48

Liège-Bastogne-Liège glory for Pogacar

254.5km of tough racing ahead
The full contingent of 175 riders on the entry list started the 110th edition of Liège-Bastogne-Liège, departing from the Quai des Ardennes at 10.10am, with 254.5km of tough racing awaiting the peloton over the hard climbs of the last Monument of the spring.

4 + 5 = 9
Gil Gelders (Soudal Quick-Step), Rémy...

News - 20/04 - 18:05


Liège-Bastogne-Liège once again marks the finale of the classics season and ahead of the 110th edition, attention is closely focused on the battle between Tadej Pogacar and Mathieu Van der Poel. The 2021 winner aims to win a sixth ‘Monument’ which would place him on a par with the World Champion, whilst Van der Poel is also on a quest for a possible...

News - 18/04 - 17:10

Two suitors for the Old Lady

This Ardennes week has already gone down in history, with Tom Pidcock bagging the first ever British win in the Amstel Gold Race and Stephen Williams following suit in La Flèche Wallonne, where he proved to be the toughest of the 44 riders who overcame a combination of rain, snow, hail and bone-chilling temperatures to finish the race. They will both be back...

News - 12/04 - 11:17

Lidl and the ardennes classics : energy and freshness on the menu

Through this partnership, Lidl wants to rally people around a commitment to healthier lifestyles, bringing together fresh food and sport, both essential elements of personal balance.  

This partnership will take concrete form from Wednesday 17 April, on the occasion of the 88th edition of La Flèche Wallonne and the 27th edition of La Flèche Wallonne...

News - 24/01 - 12:43

Prime time

The order of the races will be switched around on Sunday, 21 April. Liège–Bastogne–Liège Femmes will start in the early afternoon and draw to a close about an hour and a half after the Old Lady. Remco Evenepoel, eager to join Léon Houa, Eddy Merckx and Moreno Argentin in the ultra-select club of riders who have won the race three times in...

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