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About Arctic Race of Norway

Arctic Race of Norway is an annual multiple stage cycling race held in Northern Norway, organised by Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) and Arctic Race of Norway.

The race is an official UCI-sponsored event and is part of the UCI Europe Tour. The first two editions were rated as 2.1 events. Since 2015, the race has been rated as a 2.HC event.

Find out more on Arctic Race of Norway’s official website.

Some of the world’s best pro cyclists will be competing in the race, which takes competitors through stunning, wild and dramatic Norwegian landscapes. The race is given extensive media coverage, and is broadcast worldwide. However, nothing beats the experience of being there in person. We invite you to come to Norway to experience the Arctic Race of Norway up close. Be prepared for cheering crowds, exciting activities, and welcoming hosts.

You don’t need to be an athlete to enjoy cycling along the winding roads of Norway. You don’t even have to bring your own bike. From late spring until autumn, you can embark on numerous cycling adventures throughout the country, both on and off road.

The four stages of the Arctic Race of Norway 2023

Stage 1: Kautokeino – Alta, 171 kilometres
Stage 2: Alta – Hammerfest, 153.4 kilometres
Stage 3: Hammerfest – Havøysund summit, 167 kilometres
Stage 4: Kvalsund – Nordkapp, 171.4 kilometres

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