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City Bikes for rent in Trondheim, Vollabakken

City Bikes for rent in Trondheim, Vollabakken Photo: Sven-Erik Knoff
City Bikes for rent in Trondheim, Vollabakken Photo: Sven-Erik Knoff

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There are city bikes available in Trondheim.
Tourst city bike cards are available from the Tourst Information Office in Nordreg. 11.

Instructions;

The price of renting a smartbike card is; 50,- NOK for one day 100,- NOK for two days 150,- NOK for three days 300,.- NOK for one week

Deposit of 200 NOK or € 25. You will get the deposit back when you deliver the card.

The card must be returned to the tourist office within the opening hours. This is the only place you can return it.

If you fail to deliver the card in time, we will keep your deposit.

If the bike get lost, you are responsible, and we have to charge you NOK 3500,-

Be aware that any use is limited to 3 hours per bike. You must return your bike to any of the smartbike’s designated racks within this timeframe. If you need to borrow a bike for more than 3 hours, you may immediately borrow a new bike when returning the old one.

Please take care of the bike. It is your responsibility to return the bike to one of the designated racks in time, without any damage. You are not responsible for any damage due to accidents or normal wear.

If you park the bike any other place than the designated racks, you will be responsible for the bike if it is stolen.

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City Bikes for rent in Trondheim, Vollabakken - Photo: Sven-Erik Knoff

City Bikes for rent in Trondheim, Vollabakken

There are city bikes available in Trondheim. Tourst city bike cards are available from the Tourst Information Office in Nordreg. 11. Instructions;...

City Bikes for rent in Trondheim, Vollabakken

Source: Visitnorway

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