News - 19/01 - 15:33

Arctic Race of Norway generating values in the millions

A spectator survey and analysis by Sponsor Insight shows that Arctic Race of Norway generated economic ripple effects totaling over NOK 50 million in Northern Norway in 2021. Out of these, the organiser accounted for NOK 17 million, whilst spectators contributed the most with its NOK 34 million in direct economic impact.


An important event for Northern Norway


News - 26/10 - 10:12

Arctic Race of Norway continues the collaboration with Idretten Skaper Sjanser

When Arctic Race of Norway kicked off in august, Idretten Skaper Sjanser took part with a very special cycling team.  

Through a collaboration between the cycling race and the Idretten Skaper Sjanser, 22 athletes cycled all four stages ahead of the race. With support staff and coaches the group counted 35 people in total. In the group there were people with challenges...

News - 18/10 - 11:39

Arctic Race of Norway to Nordland and Trøndelag in 2022

Trøndelag County Council wants to take part in the Arctic Race of Norway in 2022, and has decided to facilitate for parts of next year's race to pass through the county. This means that Arctic Race of Norway in 2022 will run through Trøndelag and Nordland counties.

- A fantastic opportunity

Director Knut Eirik Dybdal in Arctic Race of Norway is pleased...

News - 27/09 - 09:30

Soon 100% electric cars on the Arctic Race of Norway

How do you equip a cycling race with only electric cars, in a region lacking electric charging stations? Against all odds, the Arctic Race of Norway has become the professional cycling race with the largest number of electric cars in the world. This required a combination of innovation, cooperation, and will. The goal is now to become one of the most sustainable cycling races...

News - 10/09 - 09:55

Donating to the Children's Cancer Society

In 2021 Mack, Infinitum* and Arctic Race of Norway entered a collaboration that ensures that all the deposit from collected packaging during the race goes to the Children's Cancer Society in Troms and Finnmark. 

Together the three businesses have named the Children's Cancer Society in Troms and Finnmark as this year's recipients of the money collected during the race. 


Interview - 08/08 - 19:56 [GMT + 2]

Ben Hermans: "It's nice to add the Artic Race to my palmarès"

“It was really under control until we reached the local laps. It was all about positioning before the last climb but the boys of my team kept me in the front. They also did a perfect job in controlling the race before with not pulling too hard and not closing the gap. We were lucky that three guys from the breakaway were still at the front. I only had to match Lafay and...

Interview - 08/08 - 19:49 [GMT + 2]

Victor Lafay: "It's been an incredible trip"

“This stage was hard! With nine riders in the breakaway, it’s been fast all day. We had Thomas Champion in the leading group, so we were fine. My earpiece broke down during the race, so I wasn’t sure if there were still escapees or not. I just knew I had to go flat out in the last uphill. I rode away with two other riders before the first climb in the last lap...

Interview - 08/08 - 19:29 [GMT + 2]

Fredrik Dversnes: "I hope this salmon jersey will boost my career"

“It’s a big thing for me to win the climbers’ jersey in the Arctic Race of Norway. It’s my first time up here. It’s good for our team to get such a result. We showed ourselves how good we can ride together. 500 kilos of salmon [the prize for the KOM], we have to split it! It’s too much for myself. It’s never bad to win a jersey and I...

Interview - 08/08 - 19:23 [GMT + 2]

Alexander Kristoff: "It's been a positive experience for me"

“I think it was a nice race. With the great weather we’ve had, of course it was beautiful. The stages were hard. There was one sprint stage [stage 2], I wish I had won it but it was very close. Today I was hoping for a bit more but it was really harder than last time I won here. I think it was actually the hardest stage of the whole race. Overall, for me it was a...

Interview - 08/08 - 19:17 [GMT + 2]

Philipp Walsleben: "Maybe I'll reconsider quitting pro cycling after this"

“Of course I’m very satisfied. It was really hard. We made it a hard race today. When I’m in such a group, from the beginning I immediately start thinking of the stage victory. But in the end it was a lot of suffering. I was a bit surprised that I was the strongest of the front group but it made me happy. It was hard to deal with Niki Terpstra because he’s...

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