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Bicycle: Stryn Ski Centre - Ullsheim

Between Stryn Ski Centre and Ullsheim in Markane there is a great area for bicycling! Easy, rugged terrain and views of mountains and the fjord. Start...
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Sykkelrute Fossum -Folkestadbyen

Cycling route S1. Fossum –Folkestadbyen The tour starts that the Fossum Kurs- and Feriesenter in Hauggrend. Bike along main road 355 for about 2 km until you reach the old stone bridge of Leirfall and then take the first path to the left.


The Skåbu Round (206 km)

Excellent long-distance ride through gentle terrain and beautiful scenery. Perfect for team technique training.                                                    Lillehammer – Follebu – Forset – Svatsum – Espedalen – Skåbu – Vinstra – Ringebu – Øyer – Lillehammer


The Mjøsa Round (299 km)

Excellent long-distance ride through gentle, varied terrain and beautiful scenery. Perfect for team technique training. Lillehammer – Moelv – Nes – Helgøya – Duenghøgda – Moelv – Lillehammer


The Snertingdal Round (112 km)

Excellent long-distance ride with several good climbs. Lillehammer – Moelv – Snertingdalen – Torpa – Lillehammer


Ilsetra Opp (11,4 km)

Good climbing stage with very little traffic and max. 29% gradient. Race stage in May. Øyer-Ilsetra

Kristiansand S

Bike rental in Kristiansand

Rent a bike to explore Kristiansand and it\s surroundings on your own. We rent out bikes and helmets at our office in Markensagte....


Bike rental Skudeneshavn Turistinformasjon

Skudeneshavn Touristinformation (open June - August) have 5 rental bikes. Price 250 NOK, and if you would like to rent the bike for more days, it is a...

Vestre Gausdal

Mount Værskei (9,4 km)

Good climbing stage, with minimal traffic and numerous hairpin bends. Race stage in August. Forset - Værskeitoppen


The Musdal Round (77 km)

Excellent round-trip. Popular amongst local cyclists. Anti-clockwise, the route is relatively easy with a steep incline midway. In the other direction, the elevation gain is more spread out.
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