Four WorldTour teams to target Arctic Race of Norway

The leader's jersey at the Arctic Race

Eight Tour de France teams, including four WorldTour teams, will tackle the world’s northernmost race - the Arctic Race of Norway , between August 16-19. The four stages cover a total of 732 kilometres in the Finnmark region of Norway. 2017 winner Dylan Teuns is expected to lead BMC Racing Team , with Astana, Dimension Data , and Katusha-Alpecin also representing the WorldTour. Direct Energie, Wanty-Gobert, Cofidis and Fortuneo-Samsic are the four Professional Continental teams which are also in this year’s Tour de France. The field will be also include Sport Vlaanderen-Baloise, Vital Concept club, WB Aquaproject Veranclassic, Delko Marseille Provence KTM, Rally Cycling, Holowesko, CCC Sprandi Polkowice, Israel Cycling Academy, Team Coop, Joker Icporal Pro Cycling, UNO-X Norwegian Development Team and Team Corendon–Circus. In addition to Teuns, other big names in the race will include Nacer Bouhanni of Cofidis and Andrea Pasqualon of Wanty-Gobert. 2017 Tour de France King ...

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