Cycling Classics

At, you’ve come to the right place for your dose of cycling heroism, as well as the sharpest previews of the spring classics, including an extensive overview of favorites for the 2024 spring classics, or voorjaarsklassiekers – like they say in Belgium. For each classic, from Omloop to Liège, you’ll find a detailed preview featuring favorites and dark horses. Get tips and insights for the Scorito Classics Game 2024 that you can use in other pools and games, or create your own spring classics pool with friends. But is also the eternal longing for the beginning of spring, the most beautiful time of the year when spring is heralded by cobblestone-clattering cyclists. is passionate about cycling.

Spring Classics 2024

The start of spring finally means the return of those delightful classics.

Spring, the most beautiful season when nature comes into full bloom. The days get longer, and it finally becomes warmer. Enthusiastic cyclists trade Zwift for long outdoor rides, and even the first touring events and cyclos are held. The same cycling fans have been freeing up their schedules for years on the last Saturday of February. A break from wives and kids. Time for cycling. The fridge stocked with strong Belgian beers for a full afternoon of entertainment. Whether from the couch with a pint or with friends at a café. Or, of course, along the course. Nothing better than descending to Het Kuipke to admire the matadors for the first time in the year. Or seeing the riders three times on the Kwaremont square during the ‘Hoogmis’ (High Mass).

Over a period of ten weeks, fourteen classics are raced. Fourteen delightful races, from Omloop Het Nieuwsblad to Liège-Bastogne-Liège. Will Wout finally win the Ronde or Roubaix this year? Or will Matje carry his form from cyclocross and fry everyone in frites? Poeleke arriving solo with his rainbow jersey at the velodrome in Roubaix, what a dream scenario that would be.

Speculating on which riders to play. Or who not to select. Which dark horse to bet on. Which rider to save and only play in the double points race. Which big name to play with a joker? Should I go all-in with the heavyweights in the Opening Weekend, or save them for the Monuments in April? And what is a good strategy to win a spring classics game? Regardless of the rules, on, you get a comprehensive overview of favorites and dark horses for every race.

Here’s to a splendid spring!

Preview spring classics 2024

Cycling Classics 2024: Spring Classics 2024 Schedule

      • Saturday, February 24: Omloop Het Nieuwsblad 2024
      • Sunday, February 25: Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne 2024
      • Saturday, March 2: Strade Bianche 2024
      • Saturday, March 16: Milan-San Remo 2024
      • Friday, March 22: E3 Saxo Classic 2024
      • Sunday, March 24: Gent-Wevelgem 2024
      • Wednesday, March 27: Dwars door Vlaanderen 2024
      • Sunday, March 31: Tour of Flanders 2024
      • Wednesday, April 3: Scheldeprijs 2024
      • Sunday, April 7: Paris-Roubaix 2024
      • Wednesday, April 10: Brabantse Pijl 2024
      • Sunday, April 14: Amstel Gold Race 2024
      • Wednesday, April 17: La Flèche Wallonne 2024
      • Sunday, April 21: Liège-Bastogne-Liège 2024

    Cycling classics 2024 Everything about spring and the grand tours!

On, you’ll find previews of the most important cycling races. For each spring classic, from Omloop Het Nieuwsblad to Liège-Bastogne-Liège, you’ll find all the information about the 2024 spring classics – details of the course and previews with favorites, tips for your cycling prediction. Summarized beautifully in the spring classics 2024 preview!

Although we’re still in the middle of the 2023/2024 cyclocross season, we’re already looking forward to the 2024 spring classics. Will the year 2024 be as heroic as 2023?

The cycling year 2023 was something to savor. A year in which we saw Jumbo-Visma win all three grand tours. And where soloists triumphed in the biggest one-day races. Both in the grand monuments and in the Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, Strade Bianche, and Amstel Gold Race, victories came from breakaways. Mathieu van der Poel’s arrow shot on the Poggio and his subsequent win. Pogi’s attack on the Oude Kwaremont. Van der Poel’s solo in Roubaix, Remco Evenepoel’s decisive attack in Liège-Bastogne-Liège, and the more than thirty-kilometer solo by the versatile Slovenian in Il Lombardia. What a year it was…”