• Date
    Thursday May 17, 2018 at
    5:00pm to 9:00pm CEST
    past event
  • Type
    Group Ride
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Oslo Norway
    Seilduksgata 23
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Surly City Group Ride
Group Ride Details:

Hei alle sammen

Det er på tide med vår årlige Surly-gruppetur rundt i Oslo-by! I år vi gjøre ting litt annerledes; i stedet for bare å sykle en sightseeingtur, planlegger vi å ta deg med til forskjellige steder rundt om i byen med historisk betydning for sykkelhistorien i Oslo.

Lær det du klarer i løpet av denne turen, da vi til slutt kommer til vår møteplass, OsloVelo, hvor vi arrangerer en kort quiz med premier!

Denne turen er en rolig tur rundt i byen hvor meningen er å bringe syklister sammen i godt selskap og gjøre det vi alle liker å gjøre, SYKLE! Du er velkommen til å komme tidlig og nyte en kopp kaffe, etter at turen er over tilbyr også OsloVelo salg av et utvalg drikkevarer og mat til fine priser.

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Hi everyone!

It is time for our annual Surly group ride around Oslo city! However, this year we will be doing things a little bit differently. Instead of just going for a sight seeing tour, we are planning on taking you around to various spots around the city that hold some sort of historical significance to the history of cycling in Oslo.

Learn what you can during this tour as we will finish back at our meeting spot, OsloVelo where we will arrange a short quiz pertaining to our ride!

This ride is an easy ride around the city and meant to bring cyclists together to enjoy each others company and do what we all enjoy doing, RIDING BIKES! Feel free to come early and enjoy a cup of coffee, and after the ride is over, OsloVelo offers an assortment of beverages and snacks to be enjoyed at a good price!


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