Find providers and contact information
Cycling in Norway
Showing 1-10 of 559 results
Dæsbekken Villmarksenter is an ideal base with an easy acces to the great out doors. Stay in cabins or tents and explore the wilderness, countryside a...
Biking around Skumsjøen is a nice trip in varied woodland terrain, mostly gravel roads.
Start by Osbakken - Skumlivegen - Sveum - Veset - Vesetvegen...
Raw Røros is an outdoor activity company like no other.
Raw Røros is located in the UNESCO world heritage mountain-town of Røros.
Our wide range o...
The 130-kilometre-long cycle route between Borlaug in Lærdal and Turtagø in Luster takes you through amazing fjord and mountain scenery, including the so-called Romantic Road along the southern shore of the Lusterfjord. You can also visit great tourist attractions en route, such as stave churches, museums and art galleries.
The Tour de Jotunheimen is a 430-kilometre-long bicycle race, which starts in Lærdal before crossing the Filefjell, Valdresflya and Sognefjell mountains and ending in Sogndal. The race is quite an experience, but it is only suitable for really well-trained cyclists. However, you can also take part in a shorter version called the Mini Jotunheimen, in which case you cycle the leg from Lom across the Sognefjell mountains and cycle along the northern shore of the Lusterfjord to Sogndal. The race is held at the beginning of July every year.
This spectacular cycle route is connected to the Sognefjord Cycle Route in Hafslo. From there you can bike alongside the lakes - Hafslovatnet and the Veitastrondsvatnet, all the way to Veitastrond and the glacier area.
Rallarvegen, the old works road alongside the Bergen Railway and the Flåm Railway (Haugastøl – Finse - Myrdal - Flåm) is Norway’s most popular cycle ride. The route is 80 kilometres long and passes through spectacular scenery that takes you all the way from the high mountains down to the fjord. You can rent bicycles at Haugastøl, Finse and Flåm, and pleasant accommodation is available several places along the route.
This trip follows the coastline northwards, passing through the old industrial community of Eydehavn before ending at the scenic island of Buøya.
Through foresty valleys and washed hills, this route passes through rugged scenery on its way toward the Rjukanfossen waterfall.
The area around Tvedestrand gives one of the finest impressions of the southern coastline with all its many bays, islands, and small communities.