The 2021 Tour of Flanders will see Mathieu van der Poel defending his 2020 title. Competing for Alpecin-Fenix, he will be racing for his second Monument victory at De Ronde van Vlaanderen. Follow along for all of his coverage from the spring classic on April 4, 2021.
Kasper Asgreen Battles To Win 2021 Tour of Flanders As Van der Poel cracks
Apr 4, 2021Denmark's Kasper Asgreen won the Tour of Flanders cycling classic on Sunday when Mathieu Van Der Poel cracked just 50 metres from the line.
Star-crossed Rivals To Light Up Tough Tour Of Flanders
Apr 3, 2021Defending champion Mathieu Van Der Poel and his eternal rival Wout Van Aert will be the centre of attention in a star-studded cast at Sunday's Tour of Flanders, arguably the toughest one-day bike race on cycling's World Tour.
Dylan Van Baarle, Tim Merlier Among Tour of Flanders Dark Horses
Apr 2, 2021With the postponement of the 2021 Paris-Roubaix, a performance at the Tour of Flanders is now even more crucial for the classics specialists.
Mathieu Van Der Poel, Wout Van Aert, Five Favorites For Tour Of Flanders
Apr 1, 2021The Belgian monument, de Ronde van Vlaanderen, better known as the Tour of Flanders, takes place on Sunday, April 4th as the Classics season soon comes to a close.
How to Watch: 2021 Tour of Flanders In Australia
Mar 27, 2021Here's how to watch the 2021 Men's And Women's Tour of Flanders on FloBikes.
Omloop Het Nieuwsblad To Brabantse Pijl - Complete Flanders Classics Guide
Feb 24, 2021In 2021, FloBikes has partnered with the Flanders Classics to bring fans in the United States, Canada and Australia live and on demand coverage of the six-race series.
Tour Of Flanders Bans Spectators Again
Feb 17, 2021The Tour of Flanders in April will be held without spectators for a second straight season due to the Coronavirus pandemic, organizers announced on Wednesday.
John Degenkolb Taking Experience Into Cobbled Classics
Feb 15, 2021John Degenkolb (Lotto-Soudal) says that experience can help him win a cobbled classic against the new, young generation of stars including Mathieu Van Der Poel (Alpecin-Fenix) and Wout Van Aert (Jumbo-Visma).