Mikkel Honorè also makes a stop at the Ghisallo Cycling Museum.
During a training session he purposely stopped at the museum and, accompanied by his wife, visited the permanent collection, greatly appreciating the collection related to cycling legends. His passage was also an opportunity to see the exhibition “HeadSpace Design. Stefano Barzaghi’s airbrushed helmets for cycling champions” where three of his helmets kindly loaned for the occasion are also on display.
Mikkel, after several successes among the Juniors, moved from Denmark to Belgium in 2016 to race in the Belgian Lotto Soudal U23 formation. After two years in Belgium in 2018 he moved to the Danish Continental team Virtu Cycling, with which he won the Circuit de Wallonie in Belgium in May; then in August he switched as a trainee to the Belgian World Tour formation Quick-Step Floors, debuting in the Brussels Cycling Classic.
In 2019 he officially debuts as a professional with the Deceuninck-Quick-Step team, formerly Quick-Step Floors. In season he is selected to race the Giro d’Italia. In 2021 he won a stage at the Settimana Internazionale di Coppi e Bartali and one at the Tour of the Basque Country, his first World Tour success.
Since 2023 he has been racing for the EF team and has won the Tour Down Under climbers’ classification.