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City Bikes: Oslo Bysykkel Photo: VisitOSLO/Leif-Harald Ruud
City Bikes: Oslo Bysykkel Photo: Clear Channel
City Bikes: Oslo Bysykkel Photo: Clear Channel
The city bikes are available from over 100 bike stations in and around the city centre. You need an electronic smartcard to use the bikes.

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Explore Oslo on a city bike - an easy and eco-friendly way to get around in the city.

The city bikes are available from over 100 bike stations in and around the city centre. To use the bikes you need an electronic smartcard.

The bikes are available between 6 am and midnight every day in the summer season - usually from early April to late November.

Personal smartcard for locals
You have to be 18 years old and have a Norwegian postal address to get a personal smartcard. Season cards for 2015 are available at bysykler.no/oslo for NOK 120. The card is sent to your address in Oslo. 
Oslo Visitor Centre sells season cards for 150 NOK per season. You pay on the spot and can use the card right away.

Rental smartcard for visitors
Visitors can rent city bike cards for the day at the Oslo Visitor Centre. The price is NOK 100 for 24 hours. In addition you must pay a deposit of NOK 250 per card (in cash or by credit card).
The bike card must be returned to Oslo Visitor Centre within 24 hours or at the agreed time. It is not possible to reserve a card in advance.

NOTE: You can use the same bike for up to three hours before you need to park it at a city bike station. You may then pick up another bike at the same or any other bike station. Bike locks are not allowed. The bikes can only be parked at the city bike stations.
You can read full terms and conditions at bysykler.no.

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Where:April-November
Mon - Sun
6:00 AM - 12:00 AM
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Explore Oslo on a city bike - an easy and eco-friendly way to get around in the city. The city bikes are available from over 100 bike stations in and...

City Bikes: Oslo Bysykkel

Source: Visitnorway

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