Norway

Road-trips & motorcycle tours:

Norway

Since the Viking era, Norway has never ceased to evoke mysteries with its Northern Lights and to inspire fascination for its fjords and fabulous landscapes.

Scandinavians are often considered “unwelcoming.” According to their theory, known as the “mountain monkey” theory: “Politeness is designed to reduce the chances of conflict between strangers. We Scandinavians have always been few in number and lived in isolation. We have never needed this type of social nicety represented by politeness.”

If you appreciate human authenticity, preserved nature, and genuine experiences, then live this marvelous Norwegian adventure on a motorcycle.

Norway, fjords and trolls

Duration :

 17 days
 – 16 nights

Distance :

 3100 km

Rolling :

 14 days

Discover our motorcycle trip in Norway.

Since the Viking era, Norway has never ceased to evoke mysteries with its Northern Lights and to inspire fascination for its fjords and fabulous landscapes.

Scandinavians are often considered “unwelcoming.” According to their theory, known as the “mountain monkey” theory: “Politeness is designed to reduce the chances of conflict between strangers. We Scandinavians have always been few in number and lived in isolation. We have never needed this type of social nicety represented by politeness.”

If you appreciate human authenticity, preserved nature, and genuine experiences, then live this marvelous Norwegian adventure on a motorcycle.

  • Air Moto Tours is an agency for your motorcycle trip in Norway

    Air Moto Tours is an agency specialized in planning motorcycle trips, bringing together enthusiasts of two-wheelers. We design exclusive itineraries tailored for bikers, aiming to open the door to discovering new horizons and rich cultural heritages. For detailed information about our agency, we encourage you to visit our dedicated page on this topic.

  • Why go on a motorcycle trip to Norway?

    Going on a motorcycle trip in Norway is undeniably an exceptional experience. This journey offers a unique combination of freedom in the heart of nature and unparalleled landscapes. With its fjords in particular, Norway offers some of the most fascinating and impressive roads in the world. The curves, at the bottom of the fjords or offering spectacular views below, follow one after the other; it almost resembles an endless and constantly renewed story. Norway may not be known as the country of motorcycles, but bikers feel good there, very good.

  • Norwegian roads tailor-made for bikers

    Heading to the ends of the earth on our motorcycles is a dream shared by many of us. Therefore, embarking on a journey to the legendary Nordkapp, or “North Cape,” has become quite common, with many of us setting off on a 10,000 km adventure to reach and return from the North Cape in less than 4 weeks. We’ve all heard of the Trollstigen. Fortunately, Norway’s roads don’t stop at this single playground; we also have the Eagle Road, the Hardangervidda, the Suleskard, the Atlantic Ocean Road, the Gaularfjellet Stiga, the Rondanevegen, and many more to excite our inner biker.

  • The landscapes of our road trip in Norway

    From all over the world, visitors flock to savor the spectacular coastal views. Some come to venture aboard immense floating cities, others embark on improbable narrow roads in camper vans, and the best of us don’t hesitate to brave the distances to launch, on motorcycles, into the assault of the most extraordinary Scandinavian memories. A must-visit for nature lovers, the landscapes are composed of vast expanses of water, eternal snows, glaciers, waterfalls to rival those of Niagara, and of course, the iconic fjords in which these strange individuals nicknamed trolls hide.

    Oslo by motorcycle: Our itineraries

    Covering approximately 680 km², including 240 of forest, 8 km² of parks and sports facilities, about 40 surrounding islands, 340 lakes, not to mention 81 automated toll stations, all for only about 760,000 inhabitants. The stage is set! Superbly nestled amidst wooded hills and sumptuously illuminated by low light throughout the year, the city of Oslo, with its elegant architecture and fjord-side promenades, boasts an enviable standard of living and comfort.

    Bergen by motorcycle: Our itineraries

    Your motorcycle road trip in Norway takes you to the top and bottom of the fjords, but also to Bergen, Norway’s first iconic city just behind Oslo. Nestled in the heart of seven hills, Bergen’s setting is bucolic, and this city, at the heart of Europe’s history, gives you excellent reasons to park your motorcycle for a day. Biking enthusiasts will enjoy the fish market, where they can sit down and savor a whale steak or any other fish or crustacean caught that very day. Finally, history buffs will be delighted by the discovery of the Bryggen district, a vestige of the Hanseatic League, which is Bergen’s claim to fame.

  • Discover our motorcycle journey in Norway, but don't limit yourself to just that!

    Motorcycle travel enthusiasts in Norway, you may not be aware, but Air Moto Tours offers other two-wheeled road trips as well. If you’re looking to escape to other regions of the world, we invite you to visit our page dedicated to other journeys.

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