Cookie Policy use cookies to improve your experience, to collect information for our marketing and to be able to develop the website and our services.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text files that are saved in your browser when you visit certain web pages. They are used, among other things, to enable functions such as managing your shopping cart, login, which language is selected and to be able to keep statistics. Many of these features would not work without cookies. Sweden by Bike uses cookies, among other things, to be able to count the number of visitors to the website.

How are cookies used on

We use cookies to improve your experience as a visitor or member, to collect information for our marketing and to be able to develop the website.

User experience

At, cookies are used as part of the purchase flow, among other things to keep track of what is in the shopping cart to remember certain choices made on the site and to keep statistics about visitors. We also use cookies for logged in users to avoid logging in every time the page is reloaded. Cookies are also used to keep track of the selected language and to optimize the speed of the website.


We use cookies to be able to customize offers and advertising, regardless of whether you have logged in or not. Such cookies can e.g. be used to select audience-targeted ad.

Web development

To better understand how visitors use our website, we use cookies to compile anonymous and aggregated web statistics. It helps us to improve parts and services on the site that we notice are more sought after.

What different types of cookies do we use?

Session cookie

A session cookie is temporarily stored in the computer’s memory while a visitor is inside a web page. These disappear as soon as the browser closes. At session cookies are used e.g. to keep track of parts of your shopping cart.

Persistent cookie

A persistent cookie has a specified duration, or lifetime, that determines how long it is stored on your computer or mobile device. Such cookies are automatically deleted as soon as their lifetime expires or until you delete them manually.

Third-party cookie

A third-party cookie is a cookie where the sender comes from a different domain than the one that the user visits. The cookie thus has a domain name sender that differs from the url that the website has. Norway by Bike uses third-party cookies in cases where we have suppliers who perform services for us, such as certain analytics services or services that allow you to share our pages on social media.

Set the management of cookies in your browser

You always have the option to set and change how you want to manage and store cookies in your browser. This can either be done in general or for certain cookies only. If you choose not to allow the use of cookies or any of our other websites, this may mean that certain services cannot be used or that the website does not work correctly in all respects.

How personal data is handled in cookies

It may happen that Norway by Bike collects and handles certain personal information using cookies. Read more about this in the spring here.