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The Trampe Cyclocable

The Trampe Cyclocable Photo: Knoff/ Visit Trondheim The Trampe Cyclocable Photo: Anniken Zahl Furunes The Trampe Cyclocable Photo: Innovasjon Norge/Visit Trondheim The Trampe Cyclocable Photo: Innovasjon Norge/Visit Trondheim
The Trampe Cyclocable Photo: Knoff/ Visit Trondheim
The Trampe Cyclocable Photo: Anniken Zahl Furunes
The Trampe Cyclocable Photo: Innovasjon Norge/Visit Trondheim
The Trampe Cyclocable Photo: Innovasjon Norge/Visit Trondheim

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Trampe - Cyclocable.
Trondheim is the first city in the world with a lift specifically designed for cyclists. The bicycle lift, developed in Trondheim, goes up the steep hill at Brubakken near Gamle Bybro, and it takes you from the bridge and almost all the way up to the Kristiansten Fort.

See www.trampe.no/english/ for more information.

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The Trampe Cyclocable - Photo: Knoff/ Visit Trondheim

The Trampe Cyclocable

Trampe - Cyclocable. Trondheim is the first city in the world with a lift specifically designed for cyclists. The bicycle lift, developed in...

The Trampe Cyclocable

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