The archive from the Flanders Classics covers 6 one day races from Belgium including the 'monument', Tour of Flanders.
-The Flanders Classic was founded in 2010 and comprises of six races, including the Ronde Van Vlaanderen, one of the classics of cycling.
-The mission of the Flanders Classics is to ensure the position of the Flemish Classics in the international cycling calendar. By doing this the organisation improves the stature of the smaller Flemish races.
-The Flanders race catalogue includes; Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, Dwars door Vlaanderen, Gent–Wevelgem, Tour of Flanders, Grote Scheldeprijs and Brabantse Pijl
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Flanders Classics comprise of 6 once day road races;
Omloop Het Nieuwsblad is the opening event on the Belgian cycling calendar.
Across Flanders (Dwars door Vlaanderen) is traditionally the start of the Flemish cycling week.
The Gent-Wevelgem course sets westward towards the Belgian coastal region, after which it moves southwards near the French border towards the Monteberg and Kemmelberg, before heading towards Wevelgem.
The Tour of Flanders (Ronde van Vlaanderen) is the most important cycling race in Belgium and is, along with Paris–Roubaix, the world's most important cycling race held on a single day. It is part of the UCI ProTour and one of the so-called monuments of the European professional calendar.
Scheldeprijs - A cycling race which starts in Antwerp and finishes in Schoten. The event is seen as a race for sprinters, held on flat roads over roughly 200 kilometres and includes seven cobbled sections.
The challenging race Brabant Arrow starts in the center of Leuven and ends in Overijse. It is the last stop in Brabant before the riders tackle the triptych Amstel Gold Race, the Walloon Arrow and Liège–Bastogne–Liège.