Bike Tour: Private Groups

Viking Biking can offer private bike tours or rentals for groups of any size. Whether you want to take one of our four standard tours, create a personalized bike tour for your group, or rent the bikes to discover the city on your own, we can create an experience you will never forget. Private bike tours and bike rentals are a great option for larger families, a couple looking for a more tailored ride, a company or organisation in need of an original team building activity, etc.   No matter the occassion, Viking Biking can make your day in Oslo truly unique. And if you want to include a meal or drink with the tour, we have lots of suggestions ranging from seaside restaurants, trendy cafés or traditional Norwegian food.   Most customers choose either a 3 hour tour (Oslo Highlights bike tour or Oslo off the beaten path) or a 4 hour tour (Vikings & Beaches or Forest to Fjord). The following are high season prices. Price reductions are available October-March, so please inquire for off-season private tour pricing:   1person: 4000 kroner for 3 hour tour / 4800 kroner for 4 hour tour 2person: 2000 kroner pp / 2400 kroner pp 3person: 1350 kroner pp / 1600 kroner pp 4person: 1000 kroner pp / 1200 kroner pp 5person: 800 kroner pp / 960 kroner pp 6person: 665 kroner pp / 800 kroner pp 7person: 570 kroner pp / 685 kroner pp 8person: 500 kroner pp / 600 kroner pp                                            9person+: 395 kroner pp / 480 kroner pp   * Group discounts for 20+ participants are available. Contact us for more information. * Please note all 4 hour tours include either entrance to Viking Ship Museum or public transport ticket to the starting point of the Forest to Fjord tour.

Bike Tour: Oslo Highlights

Our most popular tour, departing daily at 14:00 (2pm). Discover all of the major sites in about 3 hours in a fun and relaxed manner as we bike car-free paths, parks, quiet back streets, and along the fjord. There is plenty of time for stops and pictures. The guides will not only reveal the history behind the monuments and buildings, but cover topics relating to Norwegian culture and politics as well as modern life in Oslo. PRICE Child 1-6 years of age: 210kroner (child seat or tag-along bike)       Child 7-12 year of age: 210kroner (child bike)                                                                                     Youth and Student: 315 kroner (valid ID required for students)                                                                Adult with Oslo Pass: 275 kroner Adult: 395 kroner FITNESS LEVEL This tour is for all riders and no specific fitness level is required. The riding is mostly flat except for a couple of short inclines and a 2 minute hill leading up to the Royal Palace. Total distance covered is about 12km (7 miles). AVAILABILITY 18 March - 31 October: every day at 14:00 (2pm). Advanced booking recommended (but not required) for summer months and all weekends 01 November- 16 March: departs at 12:00 (12pm) based on weather and road conditions, so please contact us in advance if unsure. Please note that during this time of the off-season, we reserve the right to cancel the tour with full refund if there is only one participant. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Please arrive at the Viking Biking shop at least 15 minutes before the start of the tour. All tours include optional helmet. Water, energy bars, rain poncho and souvenirs available for purchase in the Viking Biking shop.  

Bike Tour: Oslo's Urban Treasures

With a compact city centre, Oslo is perfect for getting around by bike! You can cover a great distance and at the same time, enjoy all there is to see. And that’s what we plan to do. We'll give you Oslo's Urban Treasures by Bike in three hours so you can say, “This is my favourite part of Oslo” or “I want to go back there!” Starting from the city centre, we head for the roots of Oslo, East Oslo. The Old Town of Oslo, Game Oslo, is mainly comprised of ruins from a long time ago. A three-day fire raged through what was the city then and gave us the city we have today (a few kilometres away). On the way, we’ll pay our respects to the Oslo Opera House, the gateway to the old town. From ruins to riverside, we ride through the areas Kampen and Tøyen before reaching the water and continuing to the hip district of Grüneløkka, where you’ll no doubt want to return back to later and explore further. Cool cafés, slick street art, and thriving nightlife, what’s not to love? Riding from one suburb to the next, it’s time for a royal treat – The Royal Palace. Home of the King and Queen of Norway, we can’t complete a visit to Oslo without saying hello. From the hilltop, we get a great view of the city centre – perfect on a warm sunny day (we hope sunny!). Back to the city centre, we’ll take to the waterside again, this time along the Oslo Fjord and to the harbour, with a view of Akershus Fortress and the Oslo City Hall.   From the harbour, it’s not far to go before we’ve reached the end of our bike tour, by which time you can say you’ve seen Oslo's Urban Treasures from the comfort of your bike. Oh! We'll, of course, have made a stop along the way to stretch our legs and grab a snack. Please note: We will be biking on flat surfaces as well as on a few hills. The beginning of the route is uphill for the most part. The reward is a long ride downhill once past Kampen. We recommend bringing a bottle of water with you on the tour.   PRICE (Includes: Guide) Adult: 400 Norwegian Kroner Private Groups: Please contact us at for rates   AVAILIABILITY May 1 - September 30 Thursday & Friday: 09:30 AM   No Tours: April 20, May 17   Additional Information:   Meeting Point: Viking Biking ; Nedre Slottsgate 4 Includes: Guide Bike Helmet   Cancellation Policy Refunds Public Tours up to 72 hours before departure  

Bike Tour: Oslo off the beaten path

Discover an alternative Oslo, full of street art, hip cafés, surprising waterfalls, great food and award winning coffee. During this approximately 3-hour bike tour, we will ride the path along the Akerselva River, with a stop at the heart of Oslo’s food scene, the indoor market “Mathallen” (closed on Mondays). Be amazed by rushing waterfalls in the middle of the city, just blocks from the trendy Grünerløkka neighborhood. And an absolute must is a stop at the modern Opera and the exciting urban development around it, including a stop at Oslo's newest urban beach. PRICE Child 1-6 years of age: 210 kroner (child seat or tag-along bike)       Child 7-12 year of age: 210 kroner (child bike)                                                                                     Youth and Student: 315 kroner (valid ID required for students)                                                                Adult with Oslo Pass: 275 kroner Adult: 395 kroner   FITNESS LEVEL This ride involves a few short and steep hills next to waterfalls but otherwise is mostly flat. Stops are frequent and total distance covered is about 11km (7 miles). AVAILABILITY June-August: every day at 10:00. Advanced booking recommended (but not required). May & September: Fridays-Saturdays-Sundays at 10:00. Advanced booking recommended (but not required). October-March: private tours available, contact us to book your group's tour. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Please arrive at the Viking Biking shop at least 15 minutes before the start of the tour. All tours include optional helmet. Water, energy bars, rain poncho and souvenirs available for purchase in the Viking Biking shop.  

BIke Tour: Oslo Winter Highlights

For experienced riders: We provide the spiked tires, you bring the excitement. This unique bike journey (01 Nov - 16 Mar) combines Oslo's must see stops, a cozy coffee/snack break and an unforgettable winter experience, all within a 3-hour tour. Sites visited can change based on weather as well as seasonal activities such as Christmas markets, but are always chosen based on being safely accesible during winter conditions. There is plenty of time for stops and pictures. The guides will not only reveal the history behind the monuments and buildings, but cover topics relating to Norwegian culture and politics as well as modern life in Oslo. A guided Oslo Winter Highlights tour is the perfect way to discover Oslo safely and securely on a bike specifically equipped for winter cycling.   PRICE Oslo Pass: 370 kroner Youth and Student: 400 kroner (valid ID required for students)                                                               Adult: 470 kroner     FITNESS LEVEL A winter bike tour is forexperienced cyclists will to ride Norwegian style -- on spiked winter tires! The tour offers a variety of biking opportunities along coastal paths and throughout the city centre.This ride may involve a few short and steep hills but otherwise is mostly flat. Stops are frequent for taking pictures and warming up.   AVAILABILITY 01 November - 15 March: depature at 12:00, Monday-Saturday. Closed on Sundays.   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Please arrive at the Viking Biking shop at least 15 minutes before the start of the tour. All tours include mandatory helmet. Water, energy bars, rain poncho and souvenirs available for purchase in the Viking Biking shop.  

Bike Tour: Self Guided Tour (6 days) of the Oslo Fjord

During this self-guided bicycle tour with luggage transfer, discover the hidden charm of the harbour villages along the fjord, while bicycling on small, low traffic roads and bike paths. Itinerant circuit with overnight stays in centrally located hotels. And yes, you should bring your swimming gear.    The Self-Guided trip includes 6 nights with breakfast in centrally located hotels (3/4*), luggage transportation, bicycle (possibility for electric bikes), route descriptions and maps, GPX files, boat Sandefjord - Strömstad - Fredrikstad, bus or boat Drøbak - Oslo, and a hotline service.   ROUTE PROFILE Level of difficulty: 2 out of 3 Route profile: This tour has been rated category 2 because of some uphills and a relatively curvy landscape on some stretches. The daily legs are between 17 and 55 km. We advice you not to choose this tour unless you are used to cycling.   DEPARTURES Every Monday 27 May 2019  – 09 September 2019 Every Sunday 16 June 2019  –  04 August 2019   PRICES: Category A: NOK 9950 Includes three 4-star & three 3-star double room  Category B: NOK 8650 Includes six 3-star double rooms    Add-Ons Single room supplement Cat. A: NOK 3 300 Cat. B: NOK 2 400   Electrical bicycle upgrade: NOK 950 per bike Extra nights: See "Hotels/meals" Included in the price: 6 nights with breakfast in centrally located hotels Luggage transportation Route descriptions and maps (“Bikeline” style & in various languages) GPX files Boat Sandefjord-Strömstad-Fredrikstad Boat/bus Drøbak - Oslo Hotline service Bike computer   HOTELS/ MEALS   Our hotels Three 3 - Star hotels and three 4 - star hotels (Sandefjord, Son and Oslo - some with SPA possibilites) . The rooms all have en suite bathrooms and air conditioning.  In the unlikely event of changes you will receive un updated hotel list when arriving at your first hotel.    Meals A rich breakfast buffet is included every morning.   Extra nights (please request in your email) Oslo Category A: NOK 950 - 1050 per person  in a double room, depending on hotel Single Category A: NOK 1 400 - 1 500, depending on hotel Oslo Category  B: NOK 720 - 780 per person in a double room, depending on hotel Single Category  B: NOK 1 080 - 1 100, depending on hotel Drammen: NOK 540 per person in a double room Drammen: NOK 840 for a single room     THE BICYCLE   Standard Bike: Vélo de Ville 24 speed aluminium hybrid bike with two hand breaks and mud guard  OR Electric Bike: Vélo de Ville Comfort woman with 7 speed Nexus and Ansmann engine   Bikes Include: Handle bar bag with map holder 1 pannier to be attached to the carrier Bottle holder Repair kit (1 kit per reservation) and pomp Lock Broad, comfortable seat Mileage counter   Not included: Helmet Click pedals. Bring your own, if you wish, and the equipment to attach them  Gel saddle for the seat. If you wish to bring your own, remember to pick the biggest size available.  Train Oslo Airport – Drammen   INFORMATIONAL MATERIAL INCLUDED Sent by email upon booking: Information sheet Hotel list To be picked up at the first hotel: Map book Route descriptions Luggage tags for the luggage transportation Updated hotel list Voucher for the Sagasund ferry Booking number for the Fjordline ferry Boat and bus time tables Drøbak - Oslo Ticket for boat/bus Drøbak-Oslo Brochures of the area around the Oslo Fjord Travelogue from the Oslo Fjord GPX files on request before departure. You must bring your own device.   Please note when booking: If you are not firmly decided to book yet, please call us or send us an email instead of using the online booking system. Once we receive a booking request we have to contact the hotels to check their availability on the requested dates. Do not book your flight until you've received an email confirmation from us. This may take from a couple of hours to 3- 4 labour days. 

Bike, Hike & Kayak the Norwegian Fjords

Exciting glacier walks, kayaking on beautiful fjords, spectacular hikes and a historic cycling tour are a few of the highlights on this week-long hiking, biking and kayaking tour in the Norwegian fjords.   Want to spend a week to experience the Norwegian fjords like a Norwegian? Hiking, biking and kayaking is the ultimate way of doing it!   With kayaks, mountain bikes and hiking boots, you will get to experience fjords and waterfalls in the land of the midnight sun. We gather up at Finse on the Hardangervidda mountain plateau, the highest-altitude station on the famous railway between Oslo and Bergen, and end the tour at Flam in the famous Sognefjorden.    DIFFICULTY            Level 3 out of 5. Please read more about our level of difficulty here. We are active for 6-9 hours each day, but we have a comfortable pace and enjoy the nature as we go. You should expect rocky paths and a bit of scrambling. You need a little hiking and mountainbiking experience to do this trip, no kayaking experience is required. WHAT TO BRING? Have a look at the full equipment list by clicking "Equipment list" in the menu above. The weather changes fast in Norway, and you can experience snow even in the summer. There fore we ask you to follow the equipment list when packing.  ACCOMMODATION We stay at the famous mountain lodge Finse1222 and a charming guesthouse in Flam/Aurland. The single supplement for the whole trip is 2500,- NOK. One night is spent in tents on the kayak trip. It is possible to rent sleeping bag and mat for the night in tents, this costs 600 NOK and includes a liner for the sleeping bag.  BAGGAGE There is no weight limit, other then what your airline has imposed, but, as the group and luggage will all have to fit into our transportation, we do ask you not to bring more than one main item of baggage and one daysack. You will only have to carry your daysack on this trip. We will store the luggage you don't need for the kayaking trip for you. For the luggage transfer that you send with the train, we only include the cost for one piece of luggage.  INSURANCE  You need a travel and health insurance, that also includes transportation back to your country. Remember to bring your insurance card/information.  LANGUAGES          The guide speaks English. CHANGES MAY OCCUR We reserve the right to make changes to the program, and the price. The day to day program is indicative, and changes may occur. Please have a look at our terms and conditions.  NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS               Minimum: 7 people; Maximum: 14 people. WHAT'S INCLUDED?           Professional nature guide. We always use carefully selected authentic accommodation when sleeping indoors (twin rooms as described in the program).  Breakfast, packed lunch, and dinner for all days (see day to day program).  All local transport. Rent of bike, bike helmet, glacier equipment, and kayaks. NOT INCLUDED IN THE PRICE: Transportation to the meeting point at Finse and from Flam. We are happy to assist and book train tickets and give advice on travel itineraries. The trip ends in Flam.  Drinks and snacks. Rent of sleeping bag and mat   Surrounded by mountainous wilderness and national parks we will hike on the glaciers of Hardangerjøkulen, and cycle the famous Navvies' Road (Rallarvegen). Through world-class natural scenery, we will cycle a 1,700-metre descent down from the mountain to Flam by the Sognefjord.   Then a different view and experience await us, as we kayak on the clear water of the fjords. We go from one beautiful place to the next, passing substantial, impressive waterfalls, isolated villages and wild nature. The narrow Nærøyfjord is a branch of the massive Sognefjord, and this is where we go on an overnight kayak tour. The fjord is on UNESCO's world heritage list. The 18-kilometre-long (11 miles) fjord is up to 500 meters (1,600 ft.) deep in some parts and only 250 meters (820ft.) wide at the narrowest. Widely famous for being one of the world's most beautiful and dramatic fjords. Last but not least; With a truly magnificent view of the fjords, you get to experience real western Norwegian landscape by foot  as we hike the mountain Prest. See the beautiful fjords from above, the breath-taking landscape will marvel you.    The first two nights we stay in a comfortable mountain hotel, one night in a guesthouse by the fjord, then we go deeper into nature and sleep in cozy tents so that we can get connect with the Norwegian landscape, and then back to the guesthouse for our last dinner together.  On this hiking, biking and kayaking tour, we guarantee views and photographic scenery that will take your breath away – every single day!   If you have the time, we recommend that you plan an extra day in Oslo before or after the tour. Oslo is among Lonely Planet's top 10 cities on their Best in travel 2018 list.

Bike Tour: Forest to Fjord

A unique experience in Europe! The four hour bike tour leads through an immense wilderness called the marka, full of wild berries, dozens of lakes, moose, and stunning views of Oslo and the fjord below. We even have time to stop at a traditional farm complex in the middle of the forest which now serves as a café and restaurant. After experiencing Oslo's wilderness, the ride returns to the city along a river path, passing numerous waterfalls. Nearly the entire bike tour is in car-free areas. PRICE This tour is run as a private tour only and participants must be at least 16 years old. Price (in Norwegian kroner) is as follows: 1person: 4000 2person: 2000 pp 3person: 1330 pp 4 person: 1000 pp 5person: 800 pp 6person: 670 pp 7person: 570 pp 8+ person tour: 500 pp * Tour price includes metro ticket (see additional information below) AVAILABILITY Private tour only, available mid-May through mid-October FITNESS LEVEL The tour consists of many stepp downhills and uphills, so participants should be advanced bikers. Most of the riding is on dirt and gravel. Children must be 16 or older to participate. Total distance is about 30km (18 miles).  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Please arrive at the Viking Biking shop at least 15 minutes before the start of the tour. All tours include helmet. At the start of the tour, the group will take metro line 1 to the starting point of the forest at Frognerseteren. Water, energy bars, rain poncho and souvenirs available for purchase in the Viking Biking shop.