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Tour cycling in Norway

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You don’t have to be a devoted cyclist to explore Norway from the seat of a bicycle. We’ll help you find easy routes everyone can enjoy, including families with children.
To people cycling on Mjølkevegen in Valdres
Cycling Mjølkevegen in Valdres.
Photo: Christian Roth Christensen / Visitnorway.com

Do you prefer leisurely cycling by the coast, through green valleys, or along deep blue fjords rather than reckless adventures in untamed nature or up and down gruelling hills? No worries – Norway has lots of options.

The nifty thing about many Norwegian cycling routes is that even long, tough trails can be segmented into easier, bite-sized chunks. So just because you are a beginner or have young children, there is no need to miss out on Norway’s classic cycling destinations like Mjølkevegen and the Telemark Canal in the south-east, Helgeland in Northern Norway, and even some parts of Rallarvegen in Fjord Norway. Scroll down for a selection of short and sweet cycling options.

Norwegians have definitely discovered the joy of cycling in the last few years, and it has become quite easy to pedal your way around the country. There are plenty of places for bike rental and repairs, and many accommodation providers have joined the “Cyclists Welcome” scheme, which means that they are fully prepared to host cycling tourists.

If you plan a family holiday on the two-wheeled skeleton, we bet you will find something that is both fun and easy amongst these selected cycling offers. You can also find further family-friendly cycling ideas at cyclingnorway.no.

Two of Norway’s most popular tour cycling routes

Safety on two wheels

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.
• Don’t drink and bike.

You may cycle on the pavement, but adapt your speed.

You may not cycle on motorways and dual carriageways.

Only children under the age of 10 may be carried as passengers.

Always wear a helmet when cycling. A high visibility vest is a good idea, especially on busy roads.

Your bike must have

Mandatory equipment:
• white or yellow light in the front
• red light in the back
• red reflector in the rear
• white or yellow reflectors on the pedals
• two brakes that work independently
• bicycle bell

Cyclists Welcome makes it easy

Cyclists Welcome is a scheme that can be found in many European countries, including Norway.

Companies in the collaboration – accommodation providers, tourist information centres, and destinations in Norway – commit themselves to be excellent hosts for cyclists.

They will offer secure bicycle parking, repair kits, information about nearby routes, public transport, where to eat along the way, and much more.

Read more on cyclingnorway.no

Find your favourite bike tour

Cycle Norway
Try road cycling by the coast in breathtaking scenery or go mountain biking in the wilderness. Read more
Cycling in Northern Norway
Huge lakes and high mountains form the backdrop for family-friendly cycling routes in Valdres. Read more
Cycling in Valdres
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Two people cycling on a dirt road in Son
Explore the Oslofjord from your bicycle. You’ll be surprised and charmed by idyllic spots, lovely beaches and the harbour villages along the… Read more
Cycling around the Oslofjord
The varied landscape of the Northwest provides optimal cycling possibilities for everyone who plans a holiday on two wheels. Read more
Cycling in the Northwest
Romsdalen is an eldorado for cycling, whether you prefer wild terrain or paved roads. Explore the area on two wheels and discover some of our… Read more
Cycling in Romsdalen
Experience Southern Norway's white coastal towns by bike. This route takes you from Risør to Lillesand and Kristiansand. Read more
Biking holiday along the Norwegian Riviera
Take a ride on the mountain bike down steep hills or cycle on idyllic mountain paths. You are welcome to stop by one of the mountain farms or hotels… Read more
Cycling in Ål
Welcome to the world's most beautiful channel, The Telemark Canal! Read more
The Telemark Canal
Cycle on National cycle routes
Round trip starting at Rosendal. Distance: 76 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 (76 km)
The coast of Sunnhordland is part of the international North Sea Cycle Route, the world’s longest cycling route. It is 6,000 km long and goes around… Read more
North Sea Cycle Route (6000 km)
The Islands and Skerries Route 138 km The trip starts in varied coastal scenery on good-quality hilly roads and offers great impressions of the ocean,… Read more
The coastal route 138 km
Cycle route 3 runs from Kristiansand to Haukeligrend. This route mainly follows by-roads and paths. Some stretches, however, follow Highway 9. Parts… Read more
National cycle route in Setesdal
National Cycle Route 1, also called the Atlantic route, runs between Kristiansund and Ålesund and the 200 kilometer long cycle route goes across… Read more
National bicycle route nr 1 Kristiansund - Ålesund
CYCLING - RALLARVEGEN 80 km - Season: 10/7-30/9   ACCOMMODATION & FOOD: HAUGASTØL FINSE - Finsehytta VATNAHALSEN Høyfjellshotel… Read more
Cycling - Rallarvegen
«Mjølkevegen Vinstra – Gol» The bikeroute “Mjølkevegen” goes from Vinstra into the majestic Jotunheimen where you easily can combine both biking… Read more
Mjølkevegen
Grenland has a long, varied and fascinating coastline stretching from Bamble in the south to Porsgrunn in the north. Read more
Cycling along the coast of Grenland
Cycling along the Telemark Canal, experience the wild and beautiful scenery on two days - from Ulefoss to Dalen in inner Telemark. Read more
Kanalruta (Canal Route)
You can take bike rides in beautiful scenic environments, choose between three to seven hour rides in three different, well marked trails with easy to… Read more
Cycling in the World Heritage site of Røros
Start by the tourist office, and ride southwest along the quay. Continue past Odden Shopping Centre, and follow Bark Silas vei until you reach a… Read more
Cycling tour "Vestlandske hovedvei" 24 km
The Hallingdal Route runs from Geilo to Nesbyen, a 77 km distance through fairly easy terrain. It is part of National cycle route no. 4, which… Read more
The Hallingdal Route
Start by the tourist office, and ride southwest along the quay. Continue past Odden Shopping Centre, and follow Bark Silas vei until you reach a… Read more
Cycling tour "Homborsund via Vestlandske hovedvei" 38 km
Postveien (The Postal Route) is part of the National Cycle Route No.1. Read more
Postveien from Kristiansand to Brennåsen
Bicycle tours in Destination Uvdal. This bicycle tour goes around the Kravik fjord. The bicycle tour starts in Norefjord centre. You follow the low… Read more
Bicycle tours in Destination Uvdal.
Bike / hiking trip from Røyknes to Kile. Read more
Røyknes - Kiledalen
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    Cyclists Welcome makes it easy

    The fact that cyclists are welcome is hopefully a given, but Cyclists Welcome is actually a scheme that can be found in many European countries, including Norway.

    Companies in the collaboration – accommodation providers, tourist information centres, and destinations in Norway – commit themselves to be excellent hosts for cyclists. They will offer secure bicycle parking, repair kits, information about nearby routes, public transport, and where to eat along the way, and much more.

    If you choose to spend your cycling holiday in one of these places, you will be well taken care of.

    Read more on cyclingnorway.no

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    Photo: vossresort.no

    Safety on two wheels

    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.
    • Don’t drink and bike.

    You may cycle on the pavement, but adapt your speed.

    You may not cycle on motorways and dual carriageways.

    Only children under the age of 10 may be carried as passengers.

    Always wear a helmet when cycling. A high visibility vest is a good idea, especially on busy roads.

    Your bike must have

    Mandatory equipment:
    • white or yellow light in the front
    • red light in the back
    • red reflector in the rear
    • white or yellow reflectors on the pedals
    • two brakes that work independently
    • bicycle bell

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