If you dream of experiencing Bergen city or Fjord Norway on two wheels, Bergen Base Camp can tailor a biking tour according to your own preferences and pace. Our guides will love to show you the great historic and idyllic places in the city center, such as the Hanseatic Warf, Fjellveien (Mountain road), Old Bergen Museum or a longer tour to Edvard Grieg’s home at Troldhaugen, Fantoft Stave Church and Gamlehaugen. We also offer cycling tours that lasts for several days, where you can experience the great nature of Western Norway where deep fjords and high mountains dominate. E.g. Hardangerfjorden, Værlandet, Flåm and Nærøyfjorden.

You can do the tour guided or on your own. If you choose to go on your own, you only pay for the bike rental which includes helm and lock.

Send us an informal request and our experts will tailor a guided biking tour according to your preferences. We can also include other activities along the route, such as kayak, hiking, and other alternatives.

Our selection of bicycles:

– Scott Sub Cross 45 – Trekking bike 24 speed
– Scott Speedster 10 – Road bike 22 speed
– Electric Bike

Price self guided

From NOK 490 per day

Biking tour with personal guide

On request

Examples of tours include:

Guided Tour Through Bergen’s History

Day tour – Duration: 3 hours – Length: 8,5 km – Level: Easy

Bike tour in the city of Bergen, where our local guide shows you the historical parts of the city. We start the bike adventure in the city center, adjusting the bike to you, before we bike north along the seaside towards our first stop – the Norwegian Fisheries Museum. Here you will get a close look at Norway’s oldest industry, and get to taste Bergen’s oldest export commodity, stockfish. Stockfish is actually Norway’s longest sustained export commodity, started by the Vikings. Bergen had for almost 800 years the monopoly of the stockfish market.

The tour continues to Old Bergen Museum. This beautiful outdoor museum contains both authentic houses and copies from the 18th century when Bergen was the largest city of wooden houses in Europe. After this we continue on a short uphill stretch to the mountain road Fjellveien, where you will get close to nature, get great views over the city and surroundings, and find those greate photo-opportunities, before trundle back to the city and Bryggen for more history of fish trade on the location on UNESCO’s list of world heritage.

Bike trip to Hardangerfjorden


7 days tour in Hardanger – 6 x nights of accommodation included – 5 x 3-course meal included

Hardanger in Ullensvang municipality is known for being Norway’s largest supplier of fruits and berries, and you will bike through areas of beautiful fruit farms, surrounded by fjords, mountains and nature. Early summer offers a great blooming season, and during late summer and fall the fruit can be bought at farm stands along the road. Help yourself and put money in a box.

The tour runs partially on less trafficated, picturesque roads, and partially on roads with more traffic. You go up- and down hills, and along fjords. Ferry crossings offers rests and time to enjoy the view from the fjord. You also get to bike the new spectacular Hardangerfjord bridge. The biking tour ends in the small village – Rosendal, where we recommend a visit to the old Barony.