News - 19/01 - 10:00

Shimano Blue for neutral support at Arctic Race of Norway

With Shimano celebrating it’s centenary year in 2021, the partnership will see the brand leveraging 20 years of neutral support experience and know-how to support all riders in selected A.S.O. races, no matter which drivetrain brand they use, helping them to get their bikes operating at the optimum level. The iconic blue of Shimano will adorn the neutral support...

News - 01/12 - 17:03

New partnership aiming to reduce exclusion

The Arctic Race of Norway and NAV cooperate in order to increase the opportunities to get a job in Norway.

What is NAV

NAV, or the Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration, administers a third of the national budget through schemes such as unemployment benefit, work assessment allowance, sickness benefit, pensions, child benefit and cash-for-care benefit. NAV was established...

News - 06/11 - 12:49

Arctic Race of Norway 2021: see you from August 5 to 8

In 2021, the Arctic Race of Norway will take place from the 5th to the 8th of August. Knut-Eirik Dybdal, CEO of the race, is satisfied with the placement in the calendar.

- The dates we have received from the International Cycling Union, UCI, are close to the Tour de France and the Olympics. This means it is likely we will see many world class cyclists in northern Norway...

News - 05/05 - 16:35

A.S.O.’s UCI WORLD TOUR CALENDAR 2020

The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) has announced the dates of its new calendar following the postponement of numerous cycling races and events.

With regards to A.S.O.’s UCI World Tour events, return to play will begin with the Critérium du Dauphiné from the 12th to the 16th August, over 5 days instead of the usual 8. It will be essential in preparing...

News - 30/04 - 13:00

The Arctic Race of Norway postponed until 2021

The Arctic Race of Norway follows the Norwegian government's guidelines and moves the event to 2021. In 2021, the race will follow the same route as originally planned for this year.

An event without spectators is not desired

On Saturday 25th April, the Norwegian government extended the ban on large events with more than 500 participants until the 1st September....

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