|Season (22 June 2019 - 25 Aug 2019)|
|Monday - Sunday||10:00||- 18:00|
* Fløyen MTB rental is open on request outside regular opening season.
Rent a bike for cycling in lovely nature on Mount Fløyen.
Mountain biking at Mount Fløyen is a great experience. The nature is beautiful with hillsides and forest, little lakes and great views of Bergen. Due to restrictions in the mountain area, there are no cars at Mt. Fløyen. You will find good mountain roads for easy, green-level biking, fun single tracks, good climbs and technical challenges. It will feel like you are biking on top of Bergen, and you will experience many spectacular view points!
You can rent high-quality mountain bikes from us. Most of them are hard-tailed, some have full-suspension with SPD-pedals. We also have MTB bikes for juniors (8-12 years old). You can also choose a guided bicycle tour, tailored to your wishes, on request.
Helmets are mandatory and included in the price. Please give your hight when booking to ensure correct size bike. You get a map and maintenance equipment on pick up.
Fløibanen is not included in the price.
Your email confirmation is your receipt. Please show your confirmation on a mobile phone or printout when you pick up a bike.
If you have the Bergen Card, a valid card must be presented on pick up.
Full refund if cancelled up to 14 days before. Up to a week before gives 50% refund. Cancellations after this is non refundable.
Meetingpoint: Fløyen Aktiv, close to the top station of the Fløibanen funicular.
NB: Fløibanen Funicular is not included in the price. Tickets for the funicular can be bought at the Tourist Information or the bottom station of Fløibanen Funicular. Read more about Fløibanen funicular here.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Bicycle hire||NOK400.00 3 hours|
|Bicycle hire||NOK600.00 full day|
Same price for adults and children.
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