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Let's party in Valhalla!
Viet Nam Vets Legacy Vets MC Norway welcomes you to the first regional party in Europe. Come party with veterans from all over the world!
More info to come.
Quality Hotel Panorama Trondheim
Booking code: VNVLV92
Phone: +47 72 90 05 00
There will be plenty of food and drinks, including BBQ every night.
There will be live entertainment and music!
More info to come.
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VNVLVMC Norway welcomes you to the first regional party in Europe and to celebrate our 22 years on the road. This will all take place in the historic town of Trondheim.
For brothers arriving directly by airplane, from the US, Italy, Germany or elsewhere, the best way inbound is through Amsterdam or Copenhagen. This is due to direct flights to Trondheim airport, TRD. This is also the closest international airport and the one we recommend.
If anyone for some reason is landing at Oslo airport Gardermoen, the distance is 450km (280miles) to Trondheim. From Bergen Airport Flesland the distance is 626km (389miles) from Bergen to Trondheim.
If you land at any other airport then TRD, Trondheim please get in touch with a local Brother or look up train/buss info at VY.no
We need your arrival input, there will be allocated transportation only from Trondheim Airport (TRD), by shuttle.
As soon as you have your flight information send it to email@example.com
You can use pages like momondo.com, flightscanner.com, finn.no/reise or direct on the airline companies webpage:
You will normally find the cheapest tickets when flying in and out on a tuesday or a wednesday.
There's shuttle transportation from Trondheim Airport to the hotel.
The shuttle transportation to and from the compound will go as long as visitors continues to fly in and out. For each trips to or from the compound is a ticket of $10 to help with gas and rental expenses. You need to inform us if you travel details as soon as possible to firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember!: We need to know when your landing!
Please pay attention to the guidelines given by the SA in command
Like the other Scandinavian countries, Norway is a liberal socialist democracy. We have quite a few strict laws, but not significant different from what you are used to. Norway is known to be one of the safest countries in the world. Crime rates are extremely low even in major cities.
The taxes are high, and so are the fines. If you ride in 70 km/h on a road with 50km/h speed limit, the ticket will be 5850 Norwegian kroner, or almost 700 USD. Norwegian police are in general friendly and helpful, but they are not merciful.
Alcohol in Norway is state-regulated. Alcohol stronger than 4.7% can only be sold at the state-run Vinmonopolet, which close at 6 p.m. on weekdays, 3 p.m. on Saturdays, and remain closed on Sundays. Pubs, nightclubs and restaurants can serve beer, wine and liquor until 3 o’clock at night, even on Sundays.
Use of vehicle headlights is mandatory when driving, even in bright sunlight.
Norwegian law requires drivers to yield to vehicles coming from the right, unless you are driving on a priority road (which is marked by a yellow diamond sign).
The speed limits are 110 km/h on motorways, 80 km/h on country roads, and 50 km/h in densely populated areas. Just follow the speed signs! 80 km/h equals 50miles/h.
Norwegian traffic signs are different from US, but equal with signs in most other European countries.
Tires must have a minimum of 1.6 millimeters tread.
It is mandatory to have a visibility vest available when riding (or driving), so that you can put it on in case of a traffic accident.
DO I NEED AN INTERNATIONAL DRIVING LICENSE?
You can ride in Norway with your valid US driving license. An international driving license is not necessary.
CAN I BRING MY OWN BIKE TO NORWAY?
You can ride your US registered bike in Norway. Bring your registration paper and make sure your insurance covers riding in Europe, and you are good to go!
IS IT REQUIRED TO WEAR A HELMET IN NORWAY?
Yes, it is. You must always wear a helmet when riding a motorcycle!
HOW IS IT WITH LOUD PIPES?
Just as in other places, there is a limit for loud pipes.
WHAT DO YOU SAY ABOUT DRINKING AND RIDING?
The alcohol limit in Norway is 0.2 ‰. So, don’t drink and ride! Also, you can be punished for lending your motorcycle to someone who rides it under the influence of alcohol.
I WOULD LIKE TO TAKE MY DRUGS AND SMOKE ACCESSORIES
No! All types of drugs are strictly prohibited in Norway. You should be aware that the Norwegian police take this very seriously!
WHAT ABOUT GUNS AND KNIVES?
It is illegal to carry guns, knives or any other weapons. The same applies to any other objects with the appearance of a weapon. If the police find any, the consequences can be very serious.
IS WILD CAMPING ALLOWED IN NORWAY?
Yes, you can pitch a tent wherever you want in Norwegian nature, unless anything else is stated at a specific area. Norwegians do our best to maintain the right of using the outdoors freely. So, make sure that you leave no traces behind and don't do any damage to nature.
there is no covid restrictions in norway as of now. you are free to visit the country with or without a vaccine.
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Let's have a great time!
Renting a motorcycle in Norway is in general expensive, but not impossible
Motorcycle shops may have som bikes for rental, in general expencive but it dosent hurt to ask.
If you bring your own MC to Norway, you would have to arrange the logistics.
But there's always a opportunity to ask a brother for a road trip.
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Please be aware that the voltage in Norway is 220V. Please ensure that your electric/electronic devices are able to handle that voltage. Most electronic devices, such as cell phones, computers and digital cameras are able to handle 220V and all you will need is an “adapter” plug to fit into Norwegian outlets. Some electric devices such as Hairdryers and curling irons, for your OL, will have to specifically state that they are dual voltage or specifically designed for 220V. If they do not and you plug them into our outlets with just an adapter plug they will burn out within seconds.
If you have any additional questions, please post them on our “Norway 2024” Facebook page and one of our Norwegian brothers will provide you with an answer.
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