Back in May 2018 I spent a little over a month cycling through the mountains and fjords of southern Norway, from the Swedish border south of Oslo up to around Trondheim. Anyone travelling to Norway, no matter what time of year, has to expect more than their fair share of bad weather. Getting wet and cold is a fair price to pay for seeing one of the most spectacularly beautiful countries in the world. I, however, got lucky. Outrageously lucky in fact. My entire time in Norway I had rain for only four days, all of which came right at the end of my trip when I was already on my way back across to Sweden. I was often riding at 30c, almost unheard of in Norway. Sometimes the stars really just seem to align.
It's taken me a long time to piece together the footage I took. I don't carry a laptop, so editing a full video on nothing more than a smartphone is fairly time consuming. I'm happy to have got there in the end though, so I hope you enjoy it.
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