Welcome to Cycling Weekly’s coverage of the 2010 Spring Classics.

The 2010 Spring Classics season kicks off on Saturday March 20 with Milan-San Remo in Italy, then it’s north to Belgium on March 28 to open the cobbled classics with the revitalised Ghent-Wevelgem followed by the Tour of Flanders (April 4) and Paris-Roubaix (April 11).

The following week, the Ardennes Classics commence with the Amstel Gold Race (April 18), and then La Fleche Wallonne (April 21) and Liege-Bastogne-Liege (April 25) bring the curtain down on the month’s action.

On this page you’ll find links to all of Cycling Weekly‘s online coverage of the Spring Classics, updated daily with the latest news, reports, photos and analysis.

Spring Classics 2010: Calendar

Date Event Country Preview Report Photos
March 20 2010 Milan-San Remo Italy Preview>>


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March 28 2010 Ghent-Wevelgem Belgium Preview>>


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April 4 2010 Tour of Flanders Belgium Preview>>


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April 11 2010 Paris-Roubaix France Preview>>


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April 18 2010 Amstel Gold Race Netherlands Preview>>


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April 21 2010 La Fleche Wallonne Belgium Preview>>


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April 25 2010 Liege-Bastogne-Liege Belgium Preview>>


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Spring Classics 2010: News, comment and analysis

Elliott advises Downing on first Amstel Gold

Schleck brothers ready to face Tour rivals in Ardennes

Boonen disappointed with Roubaix defeat

Hammond blasts to fourth in Roubaix

Cancellara is undisputed king of cobblestones

Boonen aims to equal de Vlaeminck’s Roubaix record

Who will win the Tour of Flanders?

Blythe to race Tour of Flanders in support of Gilbert

Sky check out Tour of Flanders route

Cancellara starts Classics campaign with E3 win

Thomas swaps the boards for cobbles

Rogers solid in San Remo despite problems in dark tunnel

Cavendish writes off winning San Remo

Milan-San Remo: Boasson Hagen’s race?

Hammond and Hunt in Cervelo’s San Remo squad

Cavendish improving but San Remo win unlikely says Piva

Sky positions Boasson Hagen for San Remo win

Boonen talks Milan-San Remo and Cavendish

Cavendish and HTC team recon San Remo finish

Ghent-Wevelgem route revamped

Ghent-Wevelgem: A worthy cobbled classics opener

Team Sky publish March race line-ups

Spring Classics 2010: Previews


Fleche Wallonne 2010: The Big Preview





Amstel Gold 2010: The Big Preview


Paris-Roubaix 2010: The Big Preview




Tour of Flanders 2010: The Big Preview





Ghent-Wevelgem 2010: The Big Preview



Milan-San Remo 2010: The Big Preview

Spring Classics 2010: Reports



Liege-Bastogne-Liege 2010: Vinokourov gets ‘revenge’ at Liege



Fleche Wallonne 2010: Evans takes first win as World Champ




Amstel Gold 2010: Gilbert strikes Amstel Gold



Paris-Roubaix 2010: Unstoppable Cancellara takes rare double



Tour of Flanders 2010: Cancellara dominates



Ghent-Wevelgem 2010: Eisel let off the leash to win



Milan-San Remo 2010: Freire wins third San Remo, Cavendish suffers

Spring Classics 2010: Photos



Liege-Bastogne-Liege 2010 photo gallery by Graham Watson



Fleche Wallonne photo gallery by Graham Watson



Paris-Roubaix photo gallery by Graham Watson



Tour of Flanders photo gallery by Graham Watson



Milan-San Remo 2010 photo gallery by Graham Watson

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  • terry hammond

    You can tell the season is hotting up as my copy of Cycling Weekly has gone ‘ missing’ in the post yet again !
    Although its usually the week before the Tour De France (yes, every year for the last 5 ) now the Spring Classics pre Paris Roubaix has been nobbled…….. too much of a coincidence, I wonder ?
    At least it shows the growing interest in cycling, pity I’m paying for someone else’s pleasure.
    Can’t wait to watch Paris Roubaix, going to be in my own home on the day for a change.