A smaller, but nevertheless friendly and funny winter rally is the Agder Frost Rally. The rally is held in January, and should be visited by any discerning winter rider.
The Agder Frost is not a big rally. A handful of riders, but nevertheless a long standing tradition and a lot of fun. Of course. Here are some images from this year’s Agder Frost, kindly provided by Sigmund Hornberg and Halvor Nyquist.
If you want to attend, you can find the organizers – or rather, the guys that usually go – on their Facebook page. You may have to ask to be accepted into the group, but that is only a minor formality. Ask you questions, and you will get all the info you need. The rally is usually held near Svenes, and is conveniently accessible from the ferry port of Kristiansand, from which it is some 70 kms to the rally site.
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Norway is mostly about breathtaking landscape scenery, fjords and mountains. But there is more to this country than meets the ordinary tourist eye…
The Hessdalen Phenomenon: Strange lights that suddenly appears in the night sky, speeding along the valley ridge, and then disappearing into thin air. Veeeery strange indeed…
Because we also host Keiko the Orca’s grave (lead character in the movie “Free Willy”), the Hessdalen Phenomenon (some say it’s UFOs), a leprosy museum (500 years old) and the world’s steepest road tunnel (15.5% climb!). Check out the odder sides of Norway!
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