Cycling made easy! Cycling made Fun!! Bike like a Viking = strong with a smile!
Would you like to bicycle around Geiranger in comfort? Tackle the up hills to get the stunning views while staying relaxed? Are you looking for:
fun and great photo opportunities
Hill climbing made easy
Exercise without exhaustion!
Cycling without Lycra...
Best quality European Bikes
Cycling with a Smile!
Geiranger renowned breathtaking scenery provides the perfect backdrop for some off the most outstanding biking to be had in Norway. We offer bike hire of top quality electric bikes and a few classics bikes too.
If you bike to Mt Dalsnibba on full power, the battery will likely be close to empty or run out. There are two alternatives. Use a lower ‘assist’ level on the bikes settings which means you will have to pedal a little harder yourself whilst using the gears, or you could book a second battery via email.
up to 2 hours
up to 4 hours
* helmet is inclusiv when you rent a bike
* minimum age 14 year
Viktig: Vegane i Geiranger er smale og har mange svingar. Det er til tider stor trafikk. Ver forsiktig, og vis omsyn til annan trafikk og omgivnadene! Kontor for utleige: Billettkontor hos Geiranger turistinformasjon ved kaien i Geiranger.
The roads around Geiranger are often narrow with many sharp bends and hairpins. Vehicle traffic can be heavy at times. Be aware of other road users and take care.
You can hire bikes at our ticket office at Geiranger Tourist information office. Map
- vanlig enkel MTbike "Gary Fischer-syklar" (2007-modell)
electric bike: WINORA town ex 2013
electric bike Moustache
What bikes do we rent out?
We use the best, quality electric bikes - Moustache. They have 8 gears and 5 electric settings
Off - just like a normal bike
Eco - 30% more power than you put in
Turbo - Takes you up the steepest hills in Geiranger without having to get off and push!
What does bike hire include?
reflex safety vest
storage folding back
Conditions of Hire
A helmet will be provided for every customer, if you choose to decline the helmet you will be deemed to have accepted full responsibility for this decision.
The bike and all accessories must be returned in the conditioned they were delivered in. If misused Geirangerfjordservice will be entitled to charge the client for any damages caused.
The electric bike must not be used when the rider is under the influence of drink or drugs.
Under 18’s must be accompanied by an adult at all times and by law any one riding an electric bike must be over 14.
We recommend that you take out adequate insurance including loss of belongings, cancellation cover, medical cover and personal accident.
Geirangerfjordservice has public liability insurance, but you remain liable for any damage or theft of the Bike and accessories. A passport or photo driving licence is required as proof of ID. Credit/debit card details are required please.
In the event of the bike or any accessories being stolen or lost Geirangerfjordservice reserves the right to be reimbursed by the client for the replacement price.
To prevent theft all of our bikes come with a standard secure lock which must be used whenever you leave the bike unattended.
2 km cycle route, flat road to Homlong (gravel)
2 km cycle route, flat road to Grande (main road)
Ørnevegen, 7 km. 10% upward gradient. Flat from Geiranger to Grande, after which the rest of the route climbs gradually to the top.
Flydalsjuvet, 5 km. 9% upward gradient. An even climb with few flat sections.
Dalsnibba, 21 km, steep climb. Two flat sections.
Up Ørnevegen to Eidsdal and on to idyllic Kilsti, approx. 22 km. A steep climb up to Ørnevegen followed by a gentle downward slope towards Eidsdal. Turn off for Kilsti 2 km before Eidsdal.
Grotli (up to Djupvatn lake on the RV63, continue towards Strynefjell and Grotli) – approx. 39 km
09.30 - Depart on Fjord1 scheduled bus service Geiranger–Ørnesvingen. Arrive at Ørnesvingen at 10.00.
Cycle from Ørnesvingen to Kilsti (see above) and back. Alternatively, you can cycle all the way to Eidsdal and take the 11.20 bus back to Geiranger
Bus from Geiranger–Langvatn, cycle to Grotli and back, then choose between taking the bus and cycling back to Geiranger.
Ferry Geiranger – Hellesylt. Cycle along the postal road to Stranda.
Ferry Geiranger – Hellesylt. Cycle into the beautiful Norangsdal valley. From here, you can continue to Villa Norangdal or Hotel Union Øye. Cycle back and return by bus or ferry from Hellesylt to Geiranger.
Cycle hire office at Geiranger Tourist information office (Geiranger quay)