Bike Rental (24 hours)

From NOK 125

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A bike rental is the perfect way to discover Oslo like a local, at your own pace. With a quality bike, optional helmet, lock and customized mapping service, you are able to see all of the different sides of Oslo: trendy neighborhoods, historic castles and palaces, world-class parks, stunning coastline and endless forest. Pick the bike up anytime after 9:30 (10:00 in November) and return it the following day.

Bikes need to be stored in a safe location overnight. Nearly all hotels in Oslo have secure storage for bikes. If staying in private accomodation, please make sure there is a secure back courtyard or bike room.

Customers can choose from a variety of bikes: children's; comfortable city bikes with 5 gears; sporty hybrids with 27 gears and disk brakes; etc. The best choice of bikes is available in the morning, from when the shop opens at 9:30 (10:00 in November).


Child seat: 100 kroner (ages 1-5, max 20kg)

Tag-along, 20" child bike or 24" child bike: 100 kroner (approx. ages 5-11)

Youth 12+ and Student (with valid ID): 175 kroner city bike / 235 kroner hybrid sport bike

Adult: 200 kroner city bike / 275 kroner hybrid sport bike


The city center is relatively flat with only a few small inclines and hills, making it accessible for nearly everyone. Further out along the Bygdøy peninsula's coastline or up in the Oslo forest (called the marka), there are more hills and much of the riding can be on dirt paths. There is basically something for everyone, ranging from easy to challenging.


April-October: every day, seven days per week, from 9:30-18:00. Advanced booking recommended (but not required) on weekends and during the summer months.

November-March: open based on weather and riding conditions. Please contact us in advance for availability.


Customized bike map, rain ponchos and water available for purchase and pump/repair kits available for rental in the Viking Biking shop: 25 kroner each.

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Viking Biking offers mapping suggestions for four different self-guided tours:

  • Downtown Oslo's highlights, ranging from the Royal Palace to the Vigeland sculpture park to the modern harbor of Aker Brygge;
  • Bygdøy peninsula: home to Oslo's most famous museums like the Viking Ships and Fram, as well as some of the city's best nature with beaches, farmland and forest;
  • Akerselva River path with its impressive waterfalls, and the trendy neighborhood of Grünerløkka;
  • Oslo's forest "marka": one of the most amazing areas of nature of any city in the world, with hundreds of kilometers of off-road biking, dozens of lakes, surprising wildlife like foxes and moose, and stunning views of the city and fjord below.