Tagged: Cycling

Man using the cycle cable lift in Trondheim

Cycling in Norway

Infrastructure boosts the sport of cycling year-round M. Michael Brady Asker, Norway Until the wartime and postwar restrictions on import of private cars were lifted in 1960, cycling was commonplace in Norway. Thereafter, cycling...

Boasson Hagen trains for Tour de France

Leading up to the biggest race of the year, the Norwegian cyclist shows promising form Jo Christian Weldingh Oslo, Norway Tour de France, the biggest cycling event of the year, is just about to...

Big Syttende Mai for Boasson Hagen

On his birthday and Norway’s national day, the cyclist kicked off a victorious Tour of Norway race Molly Jones The Norwegian American The opening stage of the Tour of Norway—the annual road bicycle race...

Bad feelings between Norway’s top cyclists

Boasson Hagen and Kristoff place sixth and seventh in Doha following a frustrating finish Molly Jones The Norwegian American Tensions are high between Norway’s top two cyclists after a rocky end to the men’s...

“Sykkelgunnar” rides through US politics

Aftenposten writer cycles through the country, interviewing locals about political beliefs Molly Jones The Norwegian American Why are Americans so angry with politicians? That is just one of the questions that Gunnar Kagge, also...

Disappointing Tour de France for Norway

Despite promising young talent, no stage wins for Norwegian cyclists in 2016 Jo Christian Weldingh Oslo, Norway Big expectations There were great expectations in regards to the Norwegian cyclists in this year’s Tour de...

Best ever Birkebeinerrittet?

Cyclists race through rugged terrain in the world’s biggest mountain bike race to celebrate Norwegian history Molly Jones Norwegian American Weekly Traveling the 92 kilometers through forest and mountain terrain from Rena to Lillehammer,...