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Superprestige Middelkerke...thru Patrick's Lens!

We have our final gallery for you, brought to your computer screens by the magnificent Patrick Verhoest.

Superprestige Hoogstraten, thru Patrick's Lens!

Our favourite photographer Patrick Verhoest got to the penultimate Superprestige on Sunday.

Thru Patrick's Lens: BK Madness!

Our roving Belgian photographer Patrick Verhoest was at Ostend this weekend for the fun!

Kok'd Up: A Blustery Gallery by Patrick Verhoest

The North Sea and its associated low pressure systems win this round of the CX World Cup.

Superprestige Ruddervoorde...Thru Patrick's Lens

Our favourite photographer Patrick Verhoest was there to capture all the action!

CX Week and SP Zonhoven... Thru Patrick's Lens!

CX Ronse... Thru Patrick's Lens!

Ronde Van Vlaanderen Thru Patrick Verhoest's Lens!

Glorious day on the Paterberg (Women's race) and Oude Kwaremont (Men's race)

Gent-Wevelgem Thru Patrick Verhoest's Lens

Plus a photo of a fallen warrior

Patrick Verhoest at Dwars Door Vlaanderen

Cycling brought a semblance of normalcy to Belgium Wednesday, and our man Patrick was on hand to witness it.

Wout Van Aert's Win... Thru Patrick's Happy Eyes!

Our man Patrick Verhoest was in Zolder yesterday to see his man, Wout Van Aert, take home Cyclocross' top prize.

Hoogerheide... Thru Patrick Verhoest's Lens!

It was a muddy day out... IOW, it was a Cross.

Belgian CX Champs... Thru Patrick Verhoest's Lens!

A lovely day in Lille and a coronation of two great champions.

Koksijde World Cup... Thru Patrick's Lens!

Rain, wind, sand and 'Cross! All Photos by Patrick Verhoest for the Podium Cafe

KoppenbergCross Thru Patrick Verhoest's Lens!

Cyclocross's most beautiful race comes alive

CX Ronse: Thru Patrick's Lens

The Cyclocross season is sneaking up on us. Heck, it might have even started. Want proof?

In Roeselare, Cycling is Religion

Patrick Verhoest takes us to the newest Church of Cycling

Scenes from the Oude Kwaremont Thru Patrick's Lens

If you wanted to stand by the road at Sunday's Ronde van Vlaanderen and still understand the race, the Oude Kwaremont was the place to be. Our man Patrick Verhoest was there.

Women's Ronde thru Patrick Verhoest lens

Our Belgian friend Patrick staked out the Oude Kwaremont to document the race coming through in the finale. By this time the race was full on. Elisa Longo Borghini was off on her long breakaway and behind the chase was frantic.

Driedaagse Time Trial Thru Patrick Verhoest's Lens

Ask Patrick for great photos, and you shall receive.

Dwars door Vlaanderen Thru Patrick Verhoest's Lens

Omloop Het Nieuwsblad Thru Patrick Verhoest's Lens

Colorful images from a colorful day

Patrick's Friday Night with Team Etixx-Quick Step!

Time to roll out the new team, kit and so forth in another Gent Velodrome gathering.

Kerstperiode: SP Diegem Through Patrick's Lens!

Our man Patrick Verhoest was in Diegem for the SuperPrestige event December 28, and it was a grand day and evening of 'Cross!

San Sebastian in Images... And Some Thoughts

Alejandro Valverde partially made up for a disappointing Tour de France where he slipped off the podium in the last week by soloing in for his second win in the Spanish classic.

Patrick's Paris Postcards!

A Final Stage Photoessay from our man in Belgium

La Course in photos

Our friend Patrick Verhoest managed to capture the inaugural La Course by Le Tour de France in images for us

Spilak and Froome's Romandie Rampage

It was a nasty wet day in the Tour de Romandie as the riders tackled four first category climb on the biggest mountain day. The Giro d'Italia riders we were keeping an eye on all took a backseat on the stage, all finishing outside the top 10. Rafal Majka was the best placed, two minutes behind the winner and new leader Simon Spilak.

Patrick Verhoest at the Flèche Wallonne Femmes

Lovely gallery of Patrick Verhoest's photos from the fourth round of the Road World Cup - the Flèche Wallonne

Breakthrough sprint for Matteo Pelucchi?

Sometimes we see supersprints that herald the arrival of a great new sprinters. A few years ago a sprint win right here in Tirreno was the start point for a few seasons of top results for Tyler Farrar. Today it was IAM Cycling's Matteo Pelucchi who came from "nowhere" to come around bigshots like Greipel and Sagan to win his first Tirreno stage.

Strade Bianche in images

All photos by Bryn Lennon - Velo/Getty Images

I was in Hoogerheide, and I had a camera with me

To be clear: Balint is definitely definitely the photographer of the Cyclephotos book duo. But I do own a camera, and sometimes when I press the shutter button it does what I want. And sometimes I get lucky. So... pictures!