I have a special spot in my heart for Trondheim. It’s the endpoint of many of my epic rides and I always enjoy spending time there. However, the cycling infrastructure in the city is dated in places and can be confusing at times. Once you get out of the city the country roads around this area are very quiet and if you fancy some time in ‘Hell’ we recommend visiting! Like other cities, Trondheim has many magnificent fjord routes. I certainly recommend crossing the fjord and experiencing how quiet and remote that area is.

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