News - 07/02 - 15:04 [GMT + 1]

2024 Arctic Race of Norway rescheduled

Due to a dense summer cycling season and a desire to harmonise the calendar, the Arctic Race of Norway has been rescheduled for 4 to 7 August 2024. This change of a few days places the world's most northern race after the road race of the Paris Olympic Games.

The request to change the dates was submitted to and approved by the International Cycling Union.


News - 18/01 - 09:00 [GMT + 1]

Hyundai returns to Arctic Race of Norway

After eight years as partners, Arctic Race of Norway and Hyundai parted ways in 2023. Now Europe's third largest electric car brand is back in place, and they are looking forward to continuing the partnership.

Wished to return

-The collaboration with the Arctic Race of Norway has been very fruitful for Hyundai. We have had growth in Norway for all the eight years we have...

News - 08/11 - 13:40 [GMT + 1]

Braving the challenge of the far north

Bodø, the nerve centre of Nordland, will double as the hub of the 2024 Arctic Race of Norway. This edition, held entirely above the Arctic Circle, will serve up a gruelling challenge for the toughest of the tough. A 157 km trek from Bodø to Rognan will get the show on the road. After skirting Lake Soløyvatnet twice, the peloton will venture onto...

Interview - 20/08 - 19:20 [GMT + 2]

Christian Scaroni (Astana Qazaqstan): “I think we could have done better”

On one hand, I’m happy because this result means I’m in good shape and it will give me confidence going into the next races in my schedule, which are also important. On the other hand, the outcome is a bit of a shame because I think we could have done better, particularly in this final sprint on which Michele [Gazzoli] and I haven’t managed to fully understand...

Interview - 20/08 - 19:12 [GMT + 2]

Vincent Van Hemelen (Flanders-Baloise): “A nice prize to take home… but it’s just a start”

I’m very happy of this Peacock jersey and about my overall performance in this Arctic Race of Norway. I’ve been able to show my legs. I went to Andorra for a training camp and it has paid off. I don’t know what this Arctic might mean for my career. I hope it’s just a start. I’m already racing with the big guys, but there is still a long way to go...

Interview - 20/08 - 19:04 [GMT + 2]

Kevin Vermaerke (Team dsm-firmenich): “A step in the right direction for me”

Coming into this day everyone was sitting quite close in the GC, with only a couple of seconds separating the top15. We had a plan to go for the first intermediate sprint, and I picked up a couple of seconds there to move myself up to third in the provisional GC. We wanted to play for the stage win in the final, but it was pretty hard to get a gap because of the headwind. It...

Interview - 20/08 - 19:02 [GMT + 2]

Stephen Williams (Israel-Premier Tech): “I’m proud to be a part of this”

It definitely was quite a stressful stage, to be honest. The start was very hectic, as there was no breakaway for the first 70 kilometres, but once it went, we played it perfectly. It was a really good day, with fantastic teamwork from all the guys. There were 15 men in that break, and just two or three Israel riders rotating at the front of the bunch to keep the gap below 2’30”...

Interview - 20/08 - 18:43 [GMT + 2]

Clément Champoussin (Arkea-Samsic): “It’s good to win, no regrets”

I have no regrets about this week. It’s true that I missed the right move on the second stage and I ruined my chances for the GC, but that enabled me to race without any stress on my shoulders over the two final stages. It’s good to win, and I’m sure my teammates are pretty happy about this victory since they have pulled for me in the final kilometres today....

The stage film - 20/08 - 17:58 [GMT + 2]

Williams conquers the Arctic

Israel-Premier Tech’s Stephen Williams won the 2023 Arctic Race of Norway by only one second over Astana Qazaqstan’s Christian Scaroni, emulating the minimal gap that allowed Alexey Lutsenko to claim the 2019 title with Warren Barguil as the runner-up. Team dsm-firmenich’s Kevin Vermaerke stood third on the final podium, taking advantage of the bonus seconds...

News - 20/08 - 13:57 [GMT + 2]

Follow the race live - Stage 4

General Ranking 2023 :

3. K. Vermaerke (TEAM DSM-FIRMENICH)
4. T. Johannessen (UNO-X PRO CYCLING TEAM)

Stage 4 Ranking :

1. C. Champoussin (TEAM ARKEA-SAMSIC)

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