Route with some really nice high speed curves combined with some smaller villages with nice cafes. Good warm-up for the route Suleskar-Brokke (http://www.suleskarvegen.no/). Bikers meet on Wednesday afternoon at the cafe at Gjestal or do the extra trip to Byrkjedalstunet where you could also ride back down to Vikeså. As for any biking in Norway, speeding fines are outrageous so watch out for policemen hiding in the bushes.
One of Norway's most spectacular routes.
The route is typically open from early May to October/November,
otherwise winter closed.
Riding it early in the season,
one can have several meters high
snow banks and close to dry road.
Be aware of icing tendencies/slippery
conditions at this time of the year.
Also worthwhile to do a detour via
Lysebotn with its spectacular view from "Eagles nest"
(cafe) with numerous slow corners down to Lyseboth.
During summertime, be aware of slow traffic, but visibility is mostly good for this route so normally not a problem. Highly recommended for any type of bike. Road surface OK, but can be a bit worn due to winter (frost heave). More information of this route can be found at: http://www.suleskarvegen.no
Miles and miles with corners! Some sweeping curves at the end of the route, but mostly low speed corners. Beautiful scenery with several smaller villages. Though a lot of tourist traffic, Guardalest is worthwhile paying a visit on this route. Nice road surface.
Though being a short route, it provides ideal conditions for sportbikes with some long sweeping curves. Excellent surface.