Biking Tours

Explore Norway on a bike.
Bike through the Norwegian mountains or cycle between the best sightseeing spots of the city you are staying in.
Biking tours are a healthy option for those who want to combine their Norway experience with a bit of exercise.

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Biking Tours

Explore Norway on a bike.
Bike through the Norwegian mountains or cycle between the best sightseeing spots of the city you are staying in.
Biking tours are a healthy option for those who want to combine their Norway experience with a bit of exercise.
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May. - Oct.
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Oslo Highlights Bike Tour

Join this fun and informative tour of Oslo's most interesting sights. You will be in good company of a knowledgeable guide as you bike around the city in a relaxed atmosphere. The route will take you across pleasant car-free paths, beautiful parks, quiet back streets and to the Oslo fjord itself. As you make your way through the city, your guides will not only reveal the history behind the monuments and buildings but also cover wide-ranging topics on Norwegian culture and politics, as well as modern life in Oslo.During this three hour tour, you will have plenty of time for stops and pictures as you discover the medieval Akershus Castle, originally built to protect the capital. As you visit the city hall - which houses the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony - you will experience the iconic Functionalist architectural style of this impressive two-towered building.  En route to the gardens of the Royal Palace, you will bike through the main street of Karl Johans Gate.You will have plenty of time to wander around as you make a stop at the world famous Vigeland Sculpture Park, named after its renowned creator Gustav Vigeland. Moving along to the Frogner district of Oslo, you will now have the opportunity to witness Oslo's most impressive 19th-century neoclassical architecture with your own eyes.The last leg of the journey will bring you to the more modern but equally stunning architecture of Tjuvholmen and the Aker Brygge harbour area. If weather allows you might even be able to jump in for a quick swim!Come along for a compact and informative trip that encompasses a selection of Oslo's most interesting sites, and discover the many facets of Norway's capital. Check availability now by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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Oslo Viking & Beaches Bike Tour

Hop on the saddle and join this unique tour west of Oslo and experience the impressive views of the Oslo Fjord and its scenic coastline. On this three and a half hour bike ride, you will travel along the coastline of the Frogner district en route to the Bygdøy peninsula where you will loop back to complete the round tour. Once you reach the southern tip of the peninsula you will come across the Huk (n. Hukodden). There you will make a stop, where you can try out the sandy beach which is open for bathing (bring a swimsuit and towel!). Have an ice cream in the service centre or admire the nearby sculptures by artists Henry Spencer Moore and Anne Sofie Døhlen.Next, you make a stop in the great Viking Ship Museum. This unique museum houses authentic Viking ships that were recovered from four different archaeological sites in Norway. These are the best-preserved Viking ships in the world and truly and marvelling over these tangiable echos of the past makes for a truly uniqy experience. The entrance fee to the museum is included in the tour. The next leg of the trip will bring you to the Bygdøy royal farm. Originally purchased  by King Haakon V of Norway as a gift for his wife in 1305, the royal estate went through a comprehensive restoration which began in 2004. The expansive estate is used for organic agriculture with a plethora of livestock comprised of dairy cows, calves, sheep and ponies. On your ride back to Oslo you will pass lush forests trails and ride along the beautiful Bygdøy coast. Once back in Oslo the route will take your through the back alleys of Aker Brygge before returning to the Bike Shop. This tour is perfectly suited for those who have moderate prior biking experience. The total distance covered is 18km (11 miles) and includes a few hills, long even stretches and some biking on dirt paths.Don't miss out on this refreshing tour that mixes cultural experiences with scenic nature sightseeing. Check for availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3.5hours
Available:
All year
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Akerselva River Bike Tour

Experience an alternative view of Oslo as you bike along the Akerselva River. During the three-hour bike ride, you will discover a new side of Norway's capital, full of street art, hip cafés, surprising waterfalls, great food and award winning coffee.The Akerselva river runs through the city and is often referred to as "Oslo's green lung" due to the many parks and nature trails that exist along its sides. Originally known as Frysja - an Old Norse word derived from the word froth - the river experiences a significant drop in elevation from its source to its mouth.As a result, Akerselva will offer you scenic waterfalls as it weaves its way through the city of Oslo. The most famous of those are Møllerfossene; a beautiful succession of cascading waterfalls, nestled within a grove of birch trees.You will experience a pleasant admixture of nature and urban flair as you bike along the route. You will come across former industrial areas that have been turned into beautiful nature parks and you will stop at the Grünerløkka neighbourhood; originally a working class district that has with time been transformed into one of the trendiest parts of Oslo.You will make another stop at the Mathallen indoor market, considered by many to be the absolute heart of the Oslo food scene.You will end the tour by the mouth of the Akerselva as it flows into the Oslo Fjord nearby the iconic Oslo Opera House. There you will make the final stop where you can walk up on to the roof to enjoy a beautiful view of the surrounding area and observe the Akerselva from a different angle.Don't miss out on this chance to experience Oslo as a local, as we bike through its beautiful nature spots as well as discovering its most trendy urban spots. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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Biking Tours

Explore Norway on a bike.
Bike through the Norwegian mountains or cycle between the best sightseeing spots of the city you are staying in.
Biking tours are a healthy option for those who want to combine their Norway experience with a bit of exercise.

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Biking Tours

Explore Norway on a bike.
Bike through the Norwegian mountains or cycle between the best sightseeing spots of the city you are staying in.
Biking tours are a healthy option for those who want to combine their Norway experience with a bit of exercise.
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Duration:
4hours
Available:
May. - Oct.
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Oslo Highlights Bike Tour

Join this fun and informative tour of Oslo's most interesting sights. You will be in good company of a knowledgeable guide as you bike around the city in a relaxed atmosphere. The route will take you across pleasant car-free paths, beautiful parks, quiet back streets and to the Oslo fjord itself. As you make your way through the city, your guides will not only reveal the history behind the monuments and buildings but also cover wide-ranging topics on Norwegian culture and politics, as well as modern life in Oslo.During this three hour tour, you will have plenty of time for stops and pictures as you discover the medieval Akershus Castle, originally built to protect the capital. As you visit the city hall - which houses the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony - you will experience the iconic Functionalist architectural style of this impressive two-towered building.  En route to the gardens of the Royal Palace, you will bike through the main street of Karl Johans Gate.You will have plenty of time to wander around as you make a stop at the world famous Vigeland Sculpture Park, named after its renowned creator Gustav Vigeland. Moving along to the Frogner district of Oslo, you will now have the opportunity to witness Oslo's most impressive 19th-century neoclassical architecture with your own eyes.The last leg of the journey will bring you to the more modern but equally stunning architecture of Tjuvholmen and the Aker Brygge harbour area. If weather allows you might even be able to jump in for a quick swim!Come along for a compact and informative trip that encompasses a selection of Oslo's most interesting sites, and discover the many facets of Norway's capital. Check availability now by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
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Oslo Viking & Beaches Bike Tour

Hop on the saddle and join this unique tour west of Oslo and experience the impressive views of the Oslo Fjord and its scenic coastline. On this three and a half hour bike ride, you will travel along the coastline of the Frogner district en route to the Bygdøy peninsula where you will loop back to complete the round tour. Once you reach the southern tip of the peninsula you will come across the Huk (n. Hukodden). There you will make a stop, where you can try out the sandy beach which is open for bathing (bring a swimsuit and towel!). Have an ice cream in the service centre or admire the nearby sculptures by artists Henry Spencer Moore and Anne Sofie Døhlen.Next, you make a stop in the great Viking Ship Museum. This unique museum houses authentic Viking ships that were recovered from four different archaeological sites in Norway. These are the best-preserved Viking ships in the world and truly and marvelling over these tangiable echos of the past makes for a truly uniqy experience. The entrance fee to the museum is included in the tour. The next leg of the trip will bring you to the Bygdøy royal farm. Originally purchased  by King Haakon V of Norway as a gift for his wife in 1305, the royal estate went through a comprehensive restoration which began in 2004. The expansive estate is used for organic agriculture with a plethora of livestock comprised of dairy cows, calves, sheep and ponies. On your ride back to Oslo you will pass lush forests trails and ride along the beautiful Bygdøy coast. Once back in Oslo the route will take your through the back alleys of Aker Brygge before returning to the Bike Shop. This tour is perfectly suited for those who have moderate prior biking experience. The total distance covered is 18km (11 miles) and includes a few hills, long even stretches and some biking on dirt paths.Don't miss out on this refreshing tour that mixes cultural experiences with scenic nature sightseeing. Check for availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3.5hours
Available:
All year
See More

Akerselva River Bike Tour

Experience an alternative view of Oslo as you bike along the Akerselva River. During the three-hour bike ride, you will discover a new side of Norway's capital, full of street art, hip cafés, surprising waterfalls, great food and award winning coffee.The Akerselva river runs through the city and is often referred to as "Oslo's green lung" due to the many parks and nature trails that exist along its sides. Originally known as Frysja - an Old Norse word derived from the word froth - the river experiences a significant drop in elevation from its source to its mouth.As a result, Akerselva will offer you scenic waterfalls as it weaves its way through the city of Oslo. The most famous of those are Møllerfossene; a beautiful succession of cascading waterfalls, nestled within a grove of birch trees.You will experience a pleasant admixture of nature and urban flair as you bike along the route. You will come across former industrial areas that have been turned into beautiful nature parks and you will stop at the Grünerløkka neighbourhood; originally a working class district that has with time been transformed into one of the trendiest parts of Oslo.You will make another stop at the Mathallen indoor market, considered by many to be the absolute heart of the Oslo food scene.You will end the tour by the mouth of the Akerselva as it flows into the Oslo Fjord nearby the iconic Oslo Opera House. There you will make the final stop where you can walk up on to the roof to enjoy a beautiful view of the surrounding area and observe the Akerselva from a different angle.Don't miss out on this chance to experience Oslo as a local, as we bike through its beautiful nature spots as well as discovering its most trendy urban spots. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
See More

Biking Tours

Explore Norway on a bike.
Bike through the Norwegian mountains or cycle between the best sightseeing spots of the city you are staying in.
Biking tours are a healthy option for those who want to combine their Norway experience with a bit of exercise.

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Biking Tours

Explore Norway on a bike.
Bike through the Norwegian mountains or cycle between the best sightseeing spots of the city you are staying in.
Biking tours are a healthy option for those who want to combine their Norway experience with a bit of exercise.
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Duration:
4hours
Available:
May. - Oct.
See More

Oslo Highlights Bike Tour

Join this fun and informative tour of Oslo's most interesting sights. You will be in good company of a knowledgeable guide as you bike around the city in a relaxed atmosphere. The route will take you across pleasant car-free paths, beautiful parks, quiet back streets and to the Oslo fjord itself. As you make your way through the city, your guides will not only reveal the history behind the monuments and buildings but also cover wide-ranging topics on Norwegian culture and politics, as well as modern life in Oslo.During this three hour tour, you will have plenty of time for stops and pictures as you discover the medieval Akershus Castle, originally built to protect the capital. As you visit the city hall - which houses the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony - you will experience the iconic Functionalist architectural style of this impressive two-towered building.  En route to the gardens of the Royal Palace, you will bike through the main street of Karl Johans Gate.You will have plenty of time to wander around as you make a stop at the world famous Vigeland Sculpture Park, named after its renowned creator Gustav Vigeland. Moving along to the Frogner district of Oslo, you will now have the opportunity to witness Oslo's most impressive 19th-century neoclassical architecture with your own eyes.The last leg of the journey will bring you to the more modern but equally stunning architecture of Tjuvholmen and the Aker Brygge harbour area. If weather allows you might even be able to jump in for a quick swim!Come along for a compact and informative trip that encompasses a selection of Oslo's most interesting sites, and discover the many facets of Norway's capital. Check availability now by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
See More

Oslo Viking & Beaches Bike Tour

Hop on the saddle and join this unique tour west of Oslo and experience the impressive views of the Oslo Fjord and its scenic coastline. On this three and a half hour bike ride, you will travel along the coastline of the Frogner district en route to the Bygdøy peninsula where you will loop back to complete the round tour. Once you reach the southern tip of the peninsula you will come across the Huk (n. Hukodden). There you will make a stop, where you can try out the sandy beach which is open for bathing (bring a swimsuit and towel!). Have an ice cream in the service centre or admire the nearby sculptures by artists Henry Spencer Moore and Anne Sofie Døhlen.Next, you make a stop in the great Viking Ship Museum. This unique museum houses authentic Viking ships that were recovered from four different archaeological sites in Norway. These are the best-preserved Viking ships in the world and truly and marvelling over these tangiable echos of the past makes for a truly uniqy experience. The entrance fee to the museum is included in the tour. The next leg of the trip will bring you to the Bygdøy royal farm. Originally purchased  by King Haakon V of Norway as a gift for his wife in 1305, the royal estate went through a comprehensive restoration which began in 2004. The expansive estate is used for organic agriculture with a plethora of livestock comprised of dairy cows, calves, sheep and ponies. On your ride back to Oslo you will pass lush forests trails and ride along the beautiful Bygdøy coast. Once back in Oslo the route will take your through the back alleys of Aker Brygge before returning to the Bike Shop. This tour is perfectly suited for those who have moderate prior biking experience. The total distance covered is 18km (11 miles) and includes a few hills, long even stretches and some biking on dirt paths.Don't miss out on this refreshing tour that mixes cultural experiences with scenic nature sightseeing. Check for availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3.5hours
Available:
All year
See More

Akerselva River Bike Tour

Experience an alternative view of Oslo as you bike along the Akerselva River. During the three-hour bike ride, you will discover a new side of Norway's capital, full of street art, hip cafés, surprising waterfalls, great food and award winning coffee.The Akerselva river runs through the city and is often referred to as "Oslo's green lung" due to the many parks and nature trails that exist along its sides. Originally known as Frysja - an Old Norse word derived from the word froth - the river experiences a significant drop in elevation from its source to its mouth.As a result, Akerselva will offer you scenic waterfalls as it weaves its way through the city of Oslo. The most famous of those are Møllerfossene; a beautiful succession of cascading waterfalls, nestled within a grove of birch trees.You will experience a pleasant admixture of nature and urban flair as you bike along the route. You will come across former industrial areas that have been turned into beautiful nature parks and you will stop at the Grünerløkka neighbourhood; originally a working class district that has with time been transformed into one of the trendiest parts of Oslo.You will make another stop at the Mathallen indoor market, considered by many to be the absolute heart of the Oslo food scene.You will end the tour by the mouth of the Akerselva as it flows into the Oslo Fjord nearby the iconic Oslo Opera House. There you will make the final stop where you can walk up on to the roof to enjoy a beautiful view of the surrounding area and observe the Akerselva from a different angle.Don't miss out on this chance to experience Oslo as a local, as we bike through its beautiful nature spots as well as discovering its most trendy urban spots. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
See More

Biking Tours

Explore Norway on a bike.
Bike through the Norwegian mountains or cycle between the best sightseeing spots of the city you are staying in.
Biking tours are a healthy option for those who want to combine their Norway experience with a bit of exercise.

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Biking Tours

Explore Norway on a bike.
Bike through the Norwegian mountains or cycle between the best sightseeing spots of the city you are staying in.
Biking tours are a healthy option for those who want to combine their Norway experience with a bit of exercise.
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Departure
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Duration:
4hours
Available:
May. - Oct.
See More

Oslo Highlights Bike Tour

Join this fun and informative tour of Oslo's most interesting sights. You will be in good company of a knowledgeable guide as you bike around the city in a relaxed atmosphere. The route will take you across pleasant car-free paths, beautiful parks, quiet back streets and to the Oslo fjord itself. As you make your way through the city, your guides will not only reveal the history behind the monuments and buildings but also cover wide-ranging topics on Norwegian culture and politics, as well as modern life in Oslo.During this three hour tour, you will have plenty of time for stops and pictures as you discover the medieval Akershus Castle, originally built to protect the capital. As you visit the city hall - which houses the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony - you will experience the iconic Functionalist architectural style of this impressive two-towered building.  En route to the gardens of the Royal Palace, you will bike through the main street of Karl Johans Gate.You will have plenty of time to wander around as you make a stop at the world famous Vigeland Sculpture Park, named after its renowned creator Gustav Vigeland. Moving along to the Frogner district of Oslo, you will now have the opportunity to witness Oslo's most impressive 19th-century neoclassical architecture with your own eyes.The last leg of the journey will bring you to the more modern but equally stunning architecture of Tjuvholmen and the Aker Brygge harbour area. If weather allows you might even be able to jump in for a quick swim!Come along for a compact and informative trip that encompasses a selection of Oslo's most interesting sites, and discover the many facets of Norway's capital. Check availability now by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
See More

Oslo Viking & Beaches Bike Tour

Hop on the saddle and join this unique tour west of Oslo and experience the impressive views of the Oslo Fjord and its scenic coastline. On this three and a half hour bike ride, you will travel along the coastline of the Frogner district en route to the Bygdøy peninsula where you will loop back to complete the round tour. Once you reach the southern tip of the peninsula you will come across the Huk (n. Hukodden). There you will make a stop, where you can try out the sandy beach which is open for bathing (bring a swimsuit and towel!). Have an ice cream in the service centre or admire the nearby sculptures by artists Henry Spencer Moore and Anne Sofie Døhlen.Next, you make a stop in the great Viking Ship Museum. This unique museum houses authentic Viking ships that were recovered from four different archaeological sites in Norway. These are the best-preserved Viking ships in the world and truly and marvelling over these tangiable echos of the past makes for a truly uniqy experience. The entrance fee to the museum is included in the tour. The next leg of the trip will bring you to the Bygdøy royal farm. Originally purchased  by King Haakon V of Norway as a gift for his wife in 1305, the royal estate went through a comprehensive restoration which began in 2004. The expansive estate is used for organic agriculture with a plethora of livestock comprised of dairy cows, calves, sheep and ponies. On your ride back to Oslo you will pass lush forests trails and ride along the beautiful Bygdøy coast. Once back in Oslo the route will take your through the back alleys of Aker Brygge before returning to the Bike Shop. This tour is perfectly suited for those who have moderate prior biking experience. The total distance covered is 18km (11 miles) and includes a few hills, long even stretches and some biking on dirt paths.Don't miss out on this refreshing tour that mixes cultural experiences with scenic nature sightseeing. Check for availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3.5hours
Available:
All year
See More

Akerselva River Bike Tour

Experience an alternative view of Oslo as you bike along the Akerselva River. During the three-hour bike ride, you will discover a new side of Norway's capital, full of street art, hip cafés, surprising waterfalls, great food and award winning coffee.The Akerselva river runs through the city and is often referred to as "Oslo's green lung" due to the many parks and nature trails that exist along its sides. Originally known as Frysja - an Old Norse word derived from the word froth - the river experiences a significant drop in elevation from its source to its mouth.As a result, Akerselva will offer you scenic waterfalls as it weaves its way through the city of Oslo. The most famous of those are Møllerfossene; a beautiful succession of cascading waterfalls, nestled within a grove of birch trees.You will experience a pleasant admixture of nature and urban flair as you bike along the route. You will come across former industrial areas that have been turned into beautiful nature parks and you will stop at the Grünerløkka neighbourhood; originally a working class district that has with time been transformed into one of the trendiest parts of Oslo.You will make another stop at the Mathallen indoor market, considered by many to be the absolute heart of the Oslo food scene.You will end the tour by the mouth of the Akerselva as it flows into the Oslo Fjord nearby the iconic Oslo Opera House. There you will make the final stop where you can walk up on to the roof to enjoy a beautiful view of the surrounding area and observe the Akerselva from a different angle.Don't miss out on this chance to experience Oslo as a local, as we bike through its beautiful nature spots as well as discovering its most trendy urban spots. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3hours
Available:
All year
See More