- 2016 - FDJ
- 2015 - FDJ.fr
- 2014 - FDJ.fr
- 2013 - Team Europcar
- 2012 - Team Europcar
- 2011 - Team Europcar
- 2010 - Française des Jeux
- 2009 - Française des Jeux
- 2008 - Française des Jeux
- 2007 - Française des Jeux
- 2006 - Bouygues Telecom
- 2005 - Bouygues Telecom
- 2004 - Brioches La Boulangère
- 2003 - Brioches La Boulangère
Sebastien Chavanel retires; Adrien Costa resumes with Etixx-QuickStep; Giant-Alpecin renew Ten Dam, Curvers
By Jean-François Quénet With five days to go to France's Paris-Nice, French cycling's traditional...
By Jean-François Quénet With five days to go to France's Paris-Nice, cycling's traditional season...
The latest race content, interviews, features, reviews and expert buying guides, direct to your inbox!
Thank you for signing up to The Pick. You will receive a verification email shortly.
There was a problem. Please refresh the page and try again.
Corey Coogan-Cisek blog - two races, two countries, two very different experiencesSometimes getting to the start is the hardest part, other times there are crepes and coffee
Corey Coogan-Cisek blog - Slow times between fast races bring appreciation for Belgian countrysideNorth American cyclocrosser shares love of Boerderij, Nachtwinkels and lessons learned as individual at competitions
Corey Coogan-Cisek blog: The pros and cons of racing as an American in BelgiumCyclingnews' newest blogger starts her sixth season in Europe
Nathan Haas blog – What's the point(s)? Unpacking Gravel World ChampionshipsMy first impressions were not good, but I finished up with a grappa in my hand and a smile on my face
Nathan Haas blog – What to expect at the first Gravel World ChampionshipsOur gravel diarist gives an insider's peek at the route, contenders, and tactics for this weekend's event