If you want to explore the roads and gravel paths around the Oslo area and beyond you can rent both road and gravel bicycles.
Bicycle Day Trips near Rouleur Oslo
17 kmin Oslo
- As Oslo is surrounded by the forest “Marka” - why not explore it on a bike? This roundtrip from Oslo Central Station will take you on bikelanes to the forest.
30 kmin Oslo 17 kmin Oslo
Bicycle Tours Nearby
- Cycle through historic towns and rustic coastal communities along the Oslo Fjord. Enjoy wining and dining by canals and harbours.12 450 NOK/pers (5 nights)
331 kmin Oslo
- directions_bikeOn this exciting and adventure-filled trip, you’ll see some of the best highlights and hidden gems in and around Mjølkevegen - a cycling holiday you’ll never forget.14 995 NOK/pers (8 nights)
260 kmin Innlandet
- directions_bikeCycle through stunning mountain landscapes, traditional farm life, and charming rural scenery of Norway's Mjølkevegen on a 7-day journey.12 495 NOK/pers (5 nights)
210 kmin Innlandet
- directions_bike flagMTBJoin a fantastic mountainbike trip that combines city life in Oslo and cycling in some of Norway's most beautiful trail bike terrain from Alvdal to Ringebu.21 900 NOK/pers (7 nights)
154 kmin Innlandet
Bicycle Service and Rental Facilities
Oslo Bike Rental
At Oslo Bike Rental at the Central Station you can rent e-bikes, touring bikes suitable for city and gravelroads, and road bikes.
Oslovelo Cykkelverksted offers bicycle hire. They have two different types of bikes available; Terrain and Gravel Bike/Cyclocross for rent.
Favorite Stops Near Rouleur Oslo
Frognerparken Sculpture Park
On fine summer days there is a bustling life in Frognerparken; here you can go for a jog, walk the dog, have a picnic, barbecue, play badminton or just sunbathe. It´s always open, holds more than...
The Norwegian Folk Museum
The Norwegian Folk Museum is one of Europe's largest and oldest open-air museums with many activities and excellent dining facilities in a cozy environment. Go horse-drawn carriage, visit the Stave...
The Royal Palace
The Royal Palace Park surrounds the palace on all sides and features grassy areas, majestic trees, small ponds and statues. The building is in neo-classical style with a facade of stuccoed brick,...
This is a very special place with a lot of history, great view over the Oslo Fjord and charming cobble stone streets. The medieval castle goes back to 1300, is a popular place for events and...
The Opera House
The Opera House in Oslo is an architectural masterpiece and a nice place to stroll. Walking on the roof is a popular activity and the view from the top is super. Surrounded by the new Opera Beach,...
The Botanical Garden
The Botanical Garden features a vast collection of plants from Norway and around the world, including rare and endangered species. It's a serene and peaceful oasis in the heart of the city, with...
Ruins at Margareta Church
Margaretakirken was a stone church built in the 13th century. The ruin was partially excavated and restored in 1934, and is beautifully situated at Kirkeby at the northern end of Maridalsvannet.
The Bygdø Peninsula has a lot to offer for everyone - museums, summer palace, Kings Farm, forest, paths and several beaches. The largest one, Huk, attracts people all year round.