Next Around Norway event will start in July 2024!
Registration opens in August 2023!
Around Norway is an unsupported bike packing event.
The event Starts and finishes in Oslo .
Distance of the classic Around Norway is close to 3250km.
Elevation gain is close to 38000m.
1. Riders must complete the full course from start to finish.
2. Riders must be fully self-supported.
3. No Drafting at any time.
4. Riders must follow the local laws at any time.
5. All bikes have to pass a check up before the start.
6. Riders are required to use a provided Tracker.
7. No prize money.
The Route is around 3250 kilometers and has a elevation gain of around 38000meters.
It will lead you to the most scenic places in Norway.
Start and Finish will be in Oslo. The Route will be ridden clockwise.
Route Option 01: Lysefjord:
If you dont want to ride around the Lysefjord and better spent some time on a boat here is a chance 😉
(more Details in the ferry section of the manual)
Route Option 02: Vinstra:
Route option two is a 23 kilometer “shortcut“ with less traffic.
The “Option Route Vinstra“ includes a 40 kilometer light gravel section.
Route Option 03: Finish:
Route option to the finish is a around 20 kilometer “shortcut“ with less traffic.
The “Option Route Finish“ includes a 25 kilometer gravel section.
All options are beautiful with its own character. Its your choice!
4 Ferries On Route (more Details in the manual)
Highlights of the Route:
Lysebotn climb / Lysefjord
Highest pass in Norway (Gaupne – Lom)
Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim
RESULTS 2021 (coming soon)
Samuel Thompson, United Kingdom // 10D // 0H // 7M
Stijn Planckaert, Belgium // 12D // 17H // 28M
Viggo Vea, Norway // 13D // 3H // 7M
Adrien Cartier, France // 13D // 17H // 58M
Mindaugas Kasieta, Lithuania // 14D // 2H // 30M
Arne Fredlund, Norway // 14D // 7H // 25M
Paul Albaek, Denmark // dnf
Peter Wöhler, Germany // dnf
Anja Marwitz, Germany // 14D // 23H // 31M
Christian Buddecke, Germany // 14D // 23H // 31M
Dimitrios Mavropoulos, Greece // dnf
Evangelos Axiotis, Greece // dnf