We have finally been able to organize, what is going to be, one of the most challenging and exciting trips we can offer to our clients.

Norway, as a cycling destination, has been on the cards for a few years, and now, with our support, you can enjoy an incredible itinerary. Norway is a big country, so we are making sure you will be riding the most iconic roads like Trollstigen, Dalsnibba and the world-famous Lysebotn climb.

In addition, we will be visiting Andalsness, the Geiranger and Sognefjellet fjords… not forgetting Bergen, Preiskatolen…the list is long.

Besides pedalling, we will have some great ferry crossings between fjords and enjoy the stunning train ride between Flam and Myrdal.

We will have some great accommodation in pure Nordic style. The food will also be one of the strong points of the trip as Norway is ahead in the organic and sustainable production of quality food.

Taking a group of cyclists to such remote regions requires a lot of planning and logistics, but with the usual SFIDA Cycling first-class support, this is another incredible trip!

Distance: 880km               daily average: 88km
Climbing: 17,000m          daily average: 1,700m 


  • Duration:11 days
  • DATES : Jul 27 - Aug 07
    • HOTELS:3-4 Stars
    • MEALS:All meals included
    • ARRIVAL:Oslo Airport (OSL)
    • DEPARTURE:Oslo Airport (OSL)
    • NON RIDER:20% discount
    • RENTAL BIKE:Available
    • RENTAL EBIKE:Available
  • PRICE :


DAY 1: Welcome to Norway.
In the morning, meet the SFIDA Cycling team at one of the designated hotels near Oslo Airport. We will then drive to Andalsness.

After check-in at our hotel, we will have our usual day one routine, introduction meeting, build up bikes and lunch.

In the afternoon we will have a short ride around Andalsness.

We will have time to walk around this charming town after dinner.

Day 1

41km/ 425m

HOTEL:  Grand Hotel Classic

DAY 2: Trollstigen to Geiranger, one of Norway’s scenic roads!

If we could rate our rides like the hotel’s rating, today’s ride would be a 5-star ride…

Leaving Andalsness behind we will soon start climbing up to Trollstigen, this is an iconic 11-hairpin climb with amazing views.

Lush valleys, sheltered strawberry farms, precipitous mountains and viewpoints are guaranteed to make you dizzy with some of Norway’s most scenic views. Make sure your phone is charged and don’t hesitate to stop often to take photos!

After summiting Trollstigen, we will descend to reach Gudbransjuvet, a great place that has fantastic views of the gorge of the same name. It is a perfect place to stop for coffee and views!

Soon after, at km 58 we will arrive at Linge, this will be our first contact with a Fjord.

A fjord is a Norwegian word that means a long, narrow and deep body of seawater that reaches far inland. There are more than 1,000 fjords in Norway, some are very famous, and we will be visiting a few of them during our trip.

After crossing the Geiranger Fjord, we will reach Ornevegen, this is the top of the climb before we descend via another 11 hairy hairpins to Geiranger, our destination for the next couple of nights.

Day 2
87km / 2,235m
CLIMBS: Trollstigen 875m  Ornevegen 622m
HOTEL: Hotel Union Geiranger 

DAY 3: In Geiranger!

We could not help but spend a couple of nights in Geiranger. This is one of the most visited destinations in Norway and it is easy to understand why.

With stunning views all around, there’s a lot to see and ride…

Yesterday we arrived at Geiranger after descending the spectacular Ornevegen road, therefore, we felt obliged to let our clients climb up this road today, pretty sure everyone will agree…

After reaching the summit we will continue riding in the opposite direction as we did yesterday, taking the ferry back to Linge. Then we will ride west along the fjord, cross by ferry to Stranda and ride to Hellesylt.

This will be the end of our riding. From Hellesylt, we will take the ferry to Geiranger, this is a nice way to end our ride.

Day 3
74km / 1,820m
CLIMB: Ornevegen 622m 
HOTEL:Hotel Union Geiranger

DAY 4: Dalsnibba climb!

We are leaving idyllic Geiranger and climbing up to Dalsnibba, which is 21km long with 1,500m of climbing from sea level! Expect magnificent views up…

After early coffee in Dalsnibba, we will keep riding towards Lom, following road number 15, we will ride next to lakes and rivers most of the way until we reach Lom.

From Lom, we take the Sognefjellet scenic route, but today we will only do a short section as our hotel is Roisheim, just 15km from the start. Hotel Roisheim has hosted guests since 1858, this is one of the historical hotels in Norway.

Day 4
120km / 2,510m
CLIMB: Dalsnibba 1,437m
HOTEL:  Rosheim Hotel

DAY 5: Tindevegen Panorama road…it keeps getting better!

We keep riding on the Sognefjellet scenic route. For most of our ride today, we are in some of the most rugged and beautiful landscapes Norway has to offer.

At km 53, we will leave the main road and ride on the Tindevegen Panorama road, this is a single-lane road, very scenic and at some points steep, but paved towards Ovre Ardal.

This is a 32km road with spectacular views, with hairpins included! One of the top rides in Norway. It is also referred to as the “roof of Norway” as we have been quite high for some time.

Ovre Ardal is the end of our ride, afterwards, we will have a short transfer to Laerdal in the Ardal lake and Sogne fjord.

Day 5
86km / 2,250m
CLIMBS: Sognefjellet 1,433m Tindevegen 1322m
HOTEL: Laerdal Hotel

DAY 6: Bike and Flam train.

Today is another incredible day in Norway! We start riding from Laerdal up to Snovegen, this road is very scenic, with continuous climbing for 28km and a 1,500m elevation gain. From the top, it is a steep descent towards Aurland.

From Aurland it is a short and flat ride to Flam, this is the end of our riding today, a short day on the bike but with plenty to see in the afternoon.

Flam is the start of the short but spectacular train ride to Myrdal, this is a 20km train ride with a lot of photo opportunities in both directions. We will do a return trip back to Flam.

Day 6
58km / 1,785m
CLIMBS: Snovegen 1,312m
HOTEL:  Flamsbrygga Hotel

DAY 7: Stalheimskleiva…steepest road of Norway!

Of course, we could not miss out on the steepest road this country has to offer, whilst the Stalheimskleiva won’t be the hardest climb you will do with SFIDA Cycling it is certainly one of the most scenic. This is a short 2 km climb averaging 12% and a maximum gradient of 20%.

After we summit Stalheimskleiva, the rest of our ride is on a mix of small roads around different lakes and crossing through small towns until we reach Dale, the end of our ride today.

Dale is famous for its high-quality knitted woollen jerseys, sold under the Dale of Norway brand, established in 1879 the patterns of their jerseys are very original. We will visit the Dale Museum and outlet.

After our time in Dale, we will transfer to Bergen.

Day 7
108km / 1,995m
CLIMB: Stalheimskleiva 373m, Spectacular riding all the way to Dale.

HOTEL: Bergen Bors Hotel

DAY 8: Travel to Preikestolen.

Today is transfer day, no riding but a short walk in Preikestolen in the afternoon.

We will leave Bergen after breakfast. Travelling by road is still very scenic, so on our drive to Preikestolen, we will do a few stops for coffee, photos, lunch and more photos.

We aim to arrive early afternoon at our accommodation at Preikestolen Base Camp and hike the 8km return to Pulpit Rock. This is one of the most memorable photo opportunities in Norway!

Day 8 No riding today.

HOTEL: Preikestolen Mountain Lodge

DAY 9: Preikestolen to Sirdal.

After a great walk yesterday, it is time to get on our bikes again.

We head towards Sirdal, the first part of our ride is in Rogaland province, which includes a short ferry crossing and a lot of little hills riding.

Rogaland is one of the nicest regions in Southern Norway, this includes de Lysefjord and some remote towns with a few tourists.

Our final destination is Sirdal, a ski resort in Winter and an outdoor centre in Summer.

Day 9
101km / 1,835m.
CLIMBS: Undulating terrain all the way.

HOTEL:  Sirdal Hotel

DAY 10: Lysebotn…29 hairpins to glory!.

Another memorable day ahead on an SFIDA Cycling trip.

We take pride in taking our clients to the most amazing places to ride and Lysebotn is certainly one of the tops on our list.

We will start our return ride to Lysebotn in Sirdal, it is such a beautiful ride both ways and we are lucky to do them both today.

The Lysebotn climb is nearly 11km long with 29 hairpins (one of them completely in a tunnel), and with an elevation gain of 900mts, there is bound to be a steep section at some point.

This is one of the most iconic climbs on sites like Instagram, you can see why when you start gaining some altitude, the views over the fjord are incredible.

Once at the top, we will continue our ride to Sirdal, most of the ride will be on a plateau between 700-1,000m high.

Day 10
79km / 2,300m
CLIMB: Lysebotn 938m.

HOTEL:  Sirdal Hotel

DAY 11: Sirdal to Dalen, the last epic ride.

Another memorable day to end an incredible SFIDA Cycling trip.

Our last ride will take us to some stunning landscapes as soon we leave Sirdal, en route we will ride on a mix of plateau roads and short climbs with hairpins.

The last region we will be riding through is the Telemark and will end up in Dalen, a lovely town by a lake.

Dalen is the end of our trip before our transfer to Oslo tomorrow morning.

Day 11
124km / 2,035m
CLIMB: Suleskavegen 1,055m, Gloppefosen 774m, Borsaevegen 795m.

HOTEL:  Dalen Hotel

DAY 12: Transfer to Oslo and Farvel!

After breakfast transfer by van to Oslo airport. We plan to get there early afternoon, so plan your flights accordingly. Check with us if needed.




TWIN room:  6,450 Euros pp
SINGLE Supplement:  1,250 Euros
Rental bike: 800 Euros

Rental e-bike: 850 Euros

1,000 Euros when making the booking. Balance to be paid 120 days before the trip starts.

11 nights accommodation between 3-4 Stars.


11 breakfasts.
11 lunches, picnic-style on longer days.
11 dinners, including wine.

International flights.

Travel insurance.
Hotel extras: mini-bar, spa, massage.
Tips for the staff.

We will have ride leaders and at least one mechanic on our trip.

Our staff/client ratio is 1:4 staff.
Our passenger vans come fully equipped with all the necessary to give the best support during the rides.
We carry gels, energy bars, powder mix, water, fruit, riding food, tools, pumps, spare tubes and tyres to make sure our first-class support helps you through the trip.
Professional first aid kit.


Adapting to the changes in international change after the COVID-19 pandemic, and incoordination, with most of the hotel’s terms and conditions, we are adjusting our cancellation policy accordingly as follows:

120 days before the trip starts – the return of your deposit minus any expenses that we may not be able to reimburse.

90 days before the trip starts – partial refund of the amount of the trip less the 300 Euros cancellation fee, plus any amount that we can’t recover from Hotels, and other costs that we may have already incurred in the trip preparation.

No amount will be refunded less than 60 days before the trip starts. We will, however, try to credit as much as possible towards a future trip. This depends on the amount we can get back from the hotels and other costs we have already incurred in the trip preparation.

We highly recommend to contract travel insurance as soon you pay the deposit and buy your international flights.

Make sure your travel insurance covers:

  • Refund of the amounts paid in case you need to cancel for any reason.
  • Covers the cost of possible damages to your rental bike. Check our T&C for this.

For the reasons, we won’t be holding any spots until the full deposit has been paid.

Hotels are now more strict with how many rooms they are willing to have on hold for groups, so until deposit payments are made we won’t be able to confirm your spot.


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