Touring Bikes (multiple day rental)

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Our touring bikes from Velo de Ville are well suited to long-distance tours, such as the popular Oslo to Bergen route across some of Europe's greatest wilderness. With a comfortable riding position, suspension seats and ergonomic handlebars, these bikes are sure to keep you riding kilometer after kilometer.

All touring bikes have 24 gears and are available in sizes S, M or L (approximately 48cm, 52cm, 56cm size frames). While some of the touring bikes have hydraulic disk brakes, most have standard V-brakes due to the ease of repairing them on long tours, if needed.

These touring bikes can be rented for as many as ten days, with a minimum of a five day rental. If you only plan to rent for a shorter period of time, a five day rental fee is still required.

5 day minimum fee NOK 1500. Each additional day costs NOK 300. Price includes the 25% value added tax, pump, repair kit, helmet and lock. It is possible to add-on pannier bike bags for a one-time fee of NOK 250; just choose the add-on at the end of the booking process.


Norway is one of the most mountaineous countries in Europe and there are very few parts of the country which are flat. Be ready for hills, even right along the coast.


28 May 2021 - 31 October 2021: every day, seven days per week. Bikes should be picked up between 10:00-11:00 and the return time can be agreed upon when picking up the bike. Advanced booking is required. Please note that most mountain areas are only suitable for biking until the middle of September due to cold temperatures, icy roads and possible snow.


If you need any ideas for long-distance routes to bike in Norway, just get in touch ( and we can give you some recommendations. Biking in Norway can be challenging, with unpredictable weather, lots of elevation change and long distances between towns. But the reward is some of the best scenery in the world!

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  1. Viking Biking shop: Akershusstranda 31, Skur 42