All four stages in 2023 will be north of the Arctic Circle from August 17-20 and conclude at the famed North Cape.
The Norwegian star squeezed the most out of his motor, winning the world title, two green jerseys, and more than 60 victories during a 15-year career.
Thor Hushovd, 2010 world road race champion, is starting a Norwegian cycling team, with plans to race in the WorldTour by 2017.
Alexander Kristoff's victory at the Ronde van Vlaanderen puts him near the top of Norway's list of cycling greats
Former world champion Thor Hushovd says he knew of Armstrong's doping, but chose not to come forward, denies having doped himself
As BMC moves on from Cadel Evans and Thor Hushovd, team leadership aims for Tour de France podium
Sagan claims his first victory of the 2014 Amgen tour, making short work of former world champ Hushovd, while Wiggins easily holds his lead
The field for the 2014 race is one of the deepest in the event's nine-year history
American Taylor Phinney is ill and may not start Sunday, but BMC Racing is hoping its powerful Sanremo squad will finally deliver a major classics win
The two-time green jersey still pines for a Paris-Roubaix win, but is setting his sights on a wider array of race wins in his 15th year
The inclusion of cobblestones during a Tour de France stage next summer could potentially blow apart the GC leadership
The Norwegian powers to victory over Mezgec, Maes, and Petacchi
Riders 30 years old and above could start to phase out of contention in the worlds road race moving forward
Kenny Robert Van Hummel triumphs in stage 1 at the four-day race
Taylor Phinney delivers one of several clutch wins for the squad after Cadel Evans' disappointing Tour de France
Chris Froome and Alberto Contador are the two favorites at the eight-day Criterium du Dauphine, which has a mountainous route throughout
Defending world champion has yet to notch a win this season, and says his goal is to earn a stage victory
Fabian Cancellara and a slew of first-time winners came out on top in the classics, but who didn't?
Phinney will line up as a water-carrier, but could wind up a star if things go his way in a race that demands luck as well as legs
The two riders are not exactly killing it, but the weather hasn't been helping, says team management
With historic courses, frenzied fans, and dynamic racing, these men are the ones to watch from Harelbeke to Roubaix
BMC rider still looking for his first victory of 2013 after a slow start and says he's yet to hit his peak physical condition for the season
The race through northern Norway will take place Aug. 8-11 above the Arctic Circle
The former world champion sprints to victory in stage 1
After sub-par classics run in 2012, world champion Gilbert aims for spring treble at San Remo, Flanders and Liege
The European Cycling Union gets behind the anti-doping movement as new teams join ahead of January 1 deadline
Norwegian former world champ kept down by virus in 2012 season, but hopes to start building for 2013 soon
Farrar, Hushovd, Feillu and Lastras have abandoned the Giro d’Italia on today's stage 6.
Ballan emerges to save the day for star-packed super team
From the favorites talking about their chances to race maps and start lists, it's all here for "The Hell of the North"
Former world champion says ailing stomach won't effect him for Milan-San Remo
No green jerseys, no bunch sprints. Come July, it’s all for Cadel Evans for BMC’s newest superstars Thor Hushovd and Philippe Gilbert
"The night before the race, around midnight, I told my father, 'I will be close.' I knew I was good."
Thor Hushovd wants Paris-Roubaix title, says he and Philippe Gilbert have different goals, same approach
Thor Hushovd wants a Paris-Roubaix title, and says Philippe Gilbert won't be in his way. The two have different goals, but a similar approach, he adds.
"I am very disappointed. I missed a big opportunity today," Thor Hushovd told Norwegian journalists. "I felt very good all day and I am not tired now. That's frustrating."
Defending champion Thor Hushovd and Belgian ace Philippe Gilbert are downplaying their chances of winning the men's world road title on Sunday.
Thor Hushovd won’t be riding the Vuelta a España with Garmin-Cervélo. Nor should he. The reigning world champion has had a strong 2011, topped by an amazing Tour de France (during which the multiple stage winner was a part-time bearer of the maillot jaune and a full-time badass). But that wouldn’t have made Jonathan Vaughters any less a fool to drop him into the team’s Vuelta mix.
Reigning world champion Thor Hushovd will not be racing the Vuelta a España with Garmin-Cervélo, a decision that team boss Jonathan Vaughters strongly defended for "what's best for the team."
World champion Thor Hushovd, who will begin a three-year commitment with BMC Racing in January, told Norwegian TV 2 Sport that he was frustrated with Garmin-Cervélo’s approach to the classics in 2011. But it's worth noting that at BMC he'll join a star-packed team that may not always be aligned with his ambitions.
Garmin Cervelo's world champion Thor Hushovd on Tuesday won his second individual stage of the 2011 Tour de France, a cold, rainy, 162.5km race from Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux to Gap.
LOURDES, France (VN) - Thor Hushovd called his improbable stage 13 win in Lourdes, on the hip of the Pyrénées, his most important at the Tour de France to date. Previously an eight-time stage winner, Hushovd surprised his Garmin-Cervélo teammates and even scared director Lionel Marie, who followed him on the breakneck descents of the cols d’Aubisque and du Soulor Friday afternoon.
Team Sky's Edvald Boasson Hagen won stage 6 of the 2011 Tour de France on Thursday, a 226.5km race from Dinan to Lisieux along the coast of Normandy.
Editor's note: The following article appeared in the March 2011 issue of VeloNews magazine. We thought our web readers would enjoy a look at the what the Garmin-Cervelo team said about team cooperation before the season really started.
Mark Cavendish won Wednesday’s stage 5 of the 2011 Tour de France, a 164.5-kilometer race from Carhaix to Cap Fréhel.
Tuesday's biggest surprise was Thor Hushovd, whose tenacity and strength kept him in the yellow jersey by one second to Cadel Evans (BMC).
Cadel Evans (BMC) won Tuesday's stage 4 of the 2011 Tour de France, a 172.5-kilometer race from Lorient to Mûr-de-Bretagne with a tough uphill finish.
REDON, France, July 4, 2011 (AFP) - Tour de France organizers punished Mark Cavendish and Thor Hushovd for a mid-stage tussle by stripping the pair of the points they won at the intermediate sprint on the race's third stage Monday.
Garmin-Cervélo finally won its first stage in a Tour de France on Sunday, claiming victory in the stage-2 team time trial and putting world champion Thor Hushovd into the race leader's yellow jersey.
LES HERBIERS, France (VN) — Two sprinters in one team might mean trouble, but Garmin-Cervélo promises that there will be no discord between world champion Thor Hushovd and Tyler Farrar when it comes to mass gallops over the next three weeks.
GRINDELWALD, Switzerland (AFP) - Garmin-Cervelo is rallying behind teammate Thor Hushovd as the Norwegian seeks to honro his status as world champion by ending his victory famine at the Tour of Switzerland Tuesday.
PASO ROBLES, California (VN) — World champion Thor Hushovd (Garmin-Cervelo) and race aggressor Ben Jacques-Maynes (Bissell) were among the riders who left the Amgen Tour of California Thursday.
PARIS (AFP) - Garmin-Cervelo's Thor Hushovd said he is ready to step up and do justice to the world champion's rainbow jersey when he bids for a maiden victory in the Paris-Roubaix one-day classic on Sunday.