KTM Adventure Rally Heads to Norway

KTM Adventure Rally Heads to Norway

Adventure motorcycling enthusiasts had better start learning how to ride like a Viking. This year’s KTM Adventure Rally is heading north to the land of the fjords.

The 2023 KTM Adventure Rally takes 150 intrepid KTM riders to Norway on July 24-28 to tackle the Scandinavian country’s spectacularly varied terrain. Based in the Kvitfjell Hotel in Fåvang—some 25 miles north of Lillehammer—the event serves up three days of thrills and great times.

Four guided tour groups accommodate 24 riders, offering a wonderful opportunity for those who prefer a more organized adventure experience on challenging, scenic routes. The rest of the participants are free to self-navigate the routes rally-style with the help of prepared GPS instructions.

KTM ambassadors—such as eight-time New Zealand enduro champion Chris Birch—will be in attendance to provide guidance and instructions while sharing exciting motorcycling stories. Orange-clad KTM technicians are there to ensure each bike is in perfect shape to go wild on Nordic trails.

In addition to riding, each Adventure Rally day will feature a dinner, music, and other entertainment for the evening hours off the saddle.

For the first time in KTM Adventure Rally history, the Austrian motorcycle manufacturer takes reservations online. Riders of all skill levels are welcome to participate on any KTM motorcycle (you must come with your own bike).

Due to the success of the previous rallies in Bosnia, France, Greece, and Italy, the limited 150 available places are expected to fill up fast. If you’d like to go north this summer, don’t delay sending your reservation.

Online booking for the 2023 KTM Adventure Rally in Norway opens on February 28. Places are available on a first-come-first-served basis.

Registration prices had not been announced at the time of publication.