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It is beautiful to experience Nesbyen on two wheels, here you can choose short and uncomplicated bike rides for the whole family close to the center or why not go for more height difference and find gravel roads either in forests or mountainous terrain.
Nesbyen is probably best known for being the hottest and coldest place in the country, but now has the whole bike Norway embraced our bike paradise.
The west side of town offers dry, steep trails in magical forest. Dust from the sandy in the low sun, low crunching under bicycle wheels, falling stones with hollow clunk down the escarpment, high pulse, dusty faces and resounding laughter.
In Nesbyen you can start with freeride biking already by Easter. This is because the slope on the east side of downtown is early snow-free and dry. Nesbyen has in recent years grown to be a favorite destination for those who enjoy cycling where down hills counts most. It is a short distance from Oslo to Nes where it is arranged NorwayCup in downhill, enduro competitions and events Nesbyen Freeride that have grown large and popular in a short time. See trailhead.no
The bicycle-festival "Trail Camp" is annually held in the unquestionable best-developed path networks on the route from Oslo to Bergen. Nesbyen is surrounded by mountains and is famous for dry climate which means early season start for trail riding. That the mountains are dotted with trails and paths down to the town is fine-tuned for downhill and freeride, drop and wooden elements from start to end, providing further reason to visit Nesbyen.
Here you can find a lot of trails: trailguide.no