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Ready-made routes

The best cycling routes and the most convenient accommodation – Discover Norway (previously Norske Bygdeopplevelser) have done all the hard work for you with their self-guided cycling packages.

Cycling offers with Discover Norway

Sunnhordland by bike and boat

Experience a piece of Norway up close with fjords, mountains and picture-perfect villages.

Starting in Bergen, you will pass Rosendal, where you can visit the 17th century manor house Barony Rosendal and its charming rose garden. You will cycle through lush farming country with wonderful views of the Hardangerfjord before you arrive at Skånevik. The route continues by ferry and express boat to pretty towns like Leirvik, Bekkjarvik and Austevoll.

Price from NOK 9,850 per person in a double room.

Bike the amazing Lofoten

A biking holiday in the Lofoten islands is a priceless experience with countless impressions of stunning nature. During the summer months your adventure is enhanced by the glowing colours of the midnight sun.

You will go past Stone Age settlements and old boathouses, the world’s northernmost golf course, a doll museum and innumerable art galleries, and stop at picturesque fishing hamlets like Henningsvær, Nusfjord and Reine. The tour starts in Bodø and includes a boat trip with the coastal steamer Hurtigruten to Svolvær, where your cycling adventure begins.

Price from NOK 15,150 per person in a double room.

Cycling roundtrip on the island of Senja

This trip starts and ends in the Arctic city of Tromsø. It takes you out to the coast with mountains, fjords and islands, from where you continue by ferry to the magnificent scenery of the island of Senja. Throughout the trip you will enjoy the special light and atmosphere of the midnight sun.

There will be plenty of time to explore the great outdoors on summit hikes or additional bike excursions as part of the tour.

Price from NOK 10,150 per person in a double room.

Arctic Coast cycling

Fill your lungs with fresh sea air before setting off on a cycling adventure through the exciting and beautiful landscape of Arctic Norway, from the lively city of Tromsø to the quaint town of Svolvær in the Lofoten Islands.

Apart from great scenery, the midnight sun and tasty local treats, you will be served highlights like the Senja Troll, Norway’s largest stone troll, the Andøya Space Center and the sandy beach at Bleik. It is possible to end the trip with a journey on the coastal steamer Hurtigruten (not included in the price).

Price from NOK 12,950 per person in a double room.

Biking the Hardangerfjord route

Ride through the gorgeous fruit gardens of Hardanger, taking in impressive views of fjords, waterfalls, mountains and glaciers at your own pace.

In early summer you can experience the fruit farms in all its glory, when the apple, plum and cherry trees are in full blossom. In late summer and autumn, the ripe fruit is sold along the road – often you can help yourself and put the money in a box. The tour continues along fjords, up and down hills, through charming towns and across water on ferry crossings. You end up in the small village of Rosendal where you can visit the manor house before going back to Bergen.

Price from NOK 11,650 per person in a double room.

Island jumping on the Helgeland Coast

The coast of Helgeland is characterised by towering mountains, sheltered bays and thousands of islands, islets and skerries.

Every day, you can expect a new mind blowing sight in the form of landmarks like De Syv Søstre, Dønnamannen and Torghatten, the peculiar mountain pierced by a hole that you can walk through.You will visit the island of Lovund, with its rare colony of puffins, and the UNESCO protected Vega archipelago.

You can also choose to make many additional long or short excursions– make the most of the summer light under the midnight sun!

Price from NOK 7,800 per person in a double room.

Fjord views, Arctic landscape or island hopping?

Find a self-guided cycling package that suits you on the map.

Cycling with Discover Norway
Round trip on the island Senja. Biking under the Midnight Sun. The tour starts and ends in Tromsø. Read more
Senja - cycling roundtrip | Discover Norway
The route from Svolvær to Å runs through picturesque fishing hamlets and towns, such as Henningsvær (the so-called… Read more
Biking in Lofoten Island | Discover Norway
Island jumping along the coast of Helgeland The coast of Helgeland in North Norway offers spectacular nature with towering mountain peaks, impressive… Read more
Biking at the coast of Helgeland | Discover Norway
Discover Bergen and the Fjords south of Bergen. The Hardangerfjord Express Boat takes you from Bergen to Rosendal through an adventurous nature of… Read more
Sunnhordland - The islands south of Bergen
Round trip starting at Rosendal. Distance: 77 km The route: This is a varied trip that is easy to cycle and ideal for a weekend break. This is a… Read more
The Fjord and Mountain Route (77 km)
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    Safety on two wheels

    Tips to keep you on the straight and narrow

    When cycling on the roads in Norway, the same traffic regulations and road signs apply to you as to cars and other vehicles: Keep to the right, give way to those coming from your right, and don’t drink and bike.

    You may cycle on the pavement, but adapt your speed. You may not cycle on motorways and dual carriageways. Always wear a helmet when cycling. A high visibility vest is a good idea, especially on busy roads. Only children under the age of 10 may be carried as passengers.

    Your bike must have

    In darkness and poor visibility make sure your bike is equipped with a white or yellow light in the front, and a red light in the back. You also need a red reflector in the rear and white or yellow reflectors on the pedals.

    Make sure your bike has two brakes that work independently of each other and a bicycle bell.

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