The weather was, as usual, terrible when leaving Bergen but surprisingly good, or very good, when returning. Last year I quicky went to Oslo to pick up the Suzuki RF900 I bought, riding on the E16 back home. This year I decided to give the Rv7 a try, and boy was that the best decision I could make.
My father had asked me to find the replica of Roald Amundsen's knife used during his north and south pole expeditions early in the XX century. The knife was made by a local factory called Brusletto. But I will talk about it in another post.
In fact he already has a replica, bought some 20 years ago, so I decided to make him a surprise and instead of buying another of this, I went to the very factory and bought, among other things, a Nansen. This knife is made after Fridtjof Nansen, an important Norwegian sailorman/explorer who preceeded his friend Amundsen by a few years.
In the first half of my ride from Oslo I was just enjoying my time, but after a stop at Nesbyen for the usual gas/water/food/piss, I decided to put the camera on and capture part of the ride. So you have here this Nesbyen-Geilo stretch, stopping at Brusletto.