Oslo Bike Rental
Once you’re ready, hop on your bike and hit the city! You have approximately eight hours to enjoy the sights on two wheels, all at your own pace.
If you wish, you can head off to the Bygdøy Peninsula, the scenic, wooded peninsula that’s home to lovely beaches and three Oslo museums: the Viking Ship Museum, Polarship Fram Museum and Kon-Tiki Museum. Wend your way through the trees and along the shores and if you’ve brought your swimwear, pull up at a beach for a swim — Oslo’s waters are surprisingly warm in summer — and time on the sands. Otherwise, lock up your bike and visit the museums (own expense) for a fascinating insight into Oslo’s history.
Alternatively, take a spin around Oslo city. Pedal along the cobbled streets of the Old Town (Gamlebyen) past brightly painted town houses, admire the sculptures in Vigeland Park, and swing by Oslo Opera House to check out its stunning contemporary marble-and-glass exterior.
For something more rural, take off into the hills around Oslo to explore peaceful wooded trails, see beautiful waterfalls and absorb panoramic city views. When you need to refuel, you’ll find lots of quaint farmsteads where you can stop and boost your energies with traditional Norwegian food and drinks.
After your bike explorations, simply drop your bike back at the rental shop before 6pm.
- Use of bike, helmet (optional) and bike lock
- Pump and repair kit (on request)
- Safety briefing
- Food and drinks
- Maps which can be purchased at the shop
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Child bikes available, including child seats for 1+ year olds, attachment bikes for 3+ year olds, small child bikes for 7+ year olds, and medium child bikes for 9+ year olds
Bike was fine, main map was stuck on the wall, and I told to take a picture of it with my phone, though they did give written out narrative instructions to take with us. Also having the actual routes on the map available to take with us, would have been preferable.
They opened promptly at 9 and we were on our way quickly. Oslo was an easy city to get around on our own by bike.