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Mandal

By bike along the Mandal River

Lenght: 36 kilometres - Level: Light. Start from the Tourist Information, cross the river and take the road Marnarveien further on past Amfisenteret...

Lindesnes

By bike to Sjølingstad

Lenght: 8 kilometres - Level: Light Start from Bryggegata, straight on and follow the road to Flekkefjord. Take left on the road Buråsveien to Skjebsta...

Mandal

Bike ride to the island of Skjernøy

Length: 22 kilometres - (including the walk: 25 kilometres). Level: Light Start from the Tourist Information Office and follow the cycle path along t...

Oslo

Bicycle route: Around Bygdøy

A bicycle tour around Bygdøy is one of most delightful, romantic two-wheel rides in Oslo: Lush woods, park-like countryside, view of the sea, beache...

Geilo

Geilo Summer Park

Welcome to Geilolia Summer Park!. Open every from June 23th - Aug 19th. 2012. Opening hours are 11am - 4pm. We offer a wide rage of different activitie...

Bø i Telemark

Cyklist welcome!

Mid-Telemark is a great destination for cyclists, and we are specially set up for cycling enthusiasts. We have good maps and descriptions for both easy...

Sveio

Bike hire in Sveio

Bicycles for hire There are 3 mens' and 3 womens' touring bikes available for hire. The "Pro-shop" at Sveio Golf-park rents them out on behalf of the...

Averøy

The Atlantic Road- The most beautiful bike ride in Norway

The Atlantic Road was in 2010 awarded as the most beautiful bike ride in Norway, by votes from the Norwegian website ut.no! The ride can be done both...

Ål

Bicycle rental Ål in Hallingdal

In the town centre, Thon Hotel Hallingdal and Hallingdal Holiday Park offers cycle hire. It makes a great starting point for lovely cycle rides in the...

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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