• The sixth edition of the Arctic Race of Norway is scheduled for 16–19 August.
• The northernmost race in the world will visit East Finnmark, the only part of northern Norway it had yet to explore.
• Just like last year, the course of the Arctic Race of Norway is tailored to punchers. The second stage, which boasts an elevation gain of 2,700 m, will be tougher than any other one in the history of this stage race.
A new report shows that the fifth edition of the Arctic Race of Norway had a significant growth in digital engagement both in Norway and abroad. The Arctic Race makes a leap both in terms of activity on social media and online traffic.read more
Prime Minister Erna Solberg attended the conclusive stage of the fifth Arctic Race of Norway as well as thousands of fans who welcomed a worthy winner as Dylan Teuns (BMC Racing Team) defended his lead by attacking in the finale to claim the last stage and GC, making it eighth victories in three weeks! In a brilliant manner, the young Belgian put his name after Thor Hushovd, Steven Kruijswijk, Rein Taaramäe and Gianni Moscon on the record books of the northernmost international bike race...read more
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