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Find providers and contact information Cycling in Norway

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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 Trondhe...

Svingvoll

Biketrail Bukkerittet

A great trail, following the path from "Bukkerittet", a mountain bike competiotion.

Lillehammer

Family cycling tour in Valdres

Valdres is one of the best cycling aereas in Norway! Valdres has focused a lot on cycling the recent years, and we would like to show you this cyc...

Sveio

Round trip Ryvarden Lighthouse in Sveio

A round trip on the peaceful village roads to Ryvarden Lighthouse. From the Golf-park cycle past the shops and about 200 metres west of the church r...

Seljord

Bike around Seljord lake

Length: 40 km Cycling: about 3 hours Pavements: Asphalt Level: Medium Along the whole the lake there is a road. A nice bike ride around the sea serpent's kingdom! Many camping sites with beaches around the whole lake.

Ål

Maps and information Ål in Hallingdal

The tourist information centre in Ål sells good maps that are very useful when cycling around the Ål and Bergsjø area. It also has a good, free cycling...

Ål

Bike trips Bergsjøområdet Ål in Hallingdal

There is a fantastic choice of excursions around the area at the foot of Reineskarvet. Mountain and summer farm trails take you through some of the mo...

Ål

Tour suggestions bicycle Ål in Hallingdal

With its range of forest and mountain paths the area around Ål is perfect for delightful cycling trips. Down in the valley, cycle routes go alongside t...

Ål

Cyclist welcome Ål in Hallingdal

Ål is proud to be a Cyclist Welcome municipality. Accommodations that are members on the mountains are Bergsjøstølen, Rødungstøl Høyfjellshotell and...

Torpo

Andebarkji terraincycle club Ål in Hallingdal

Andebarkji is a cycleclub for Hallingdal and surrounding areas. The word Andebarkji comes from a halling expression which means to be breathless or ca...
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