I'm putting together a Norway tour for June or July of this summer. I have anywhere from 2 to 4 weeks (not sure yet, but hoping for 4). I think I'll stick to Vestlandet, since the fjords are what drew me to Norway in the first place. Also, traveling with a loaded touring bike seems like a hassle on trains and buses in Norway, from what I've seen, so I think sticking to one place to limit these trips might be best.
I have a planned route that will undoubtedly change, but I'm looking for advice on ferries (which I will have to take a lot of, I think) and if my plan is remotely possible/ cohesive/ intelligent. I have no problems linking cities with trains or buses if necessary and possible. I've also got a Surly Ogre to help me handle the bumpy mountain roads, so I should be okay there.
I'm thinking I'll go in this order:
Fly into Oslo
Bus or train to Åndalsnes
Selje and Stad
somehow back to Oslo
Of course it might take me a couple days to go from one city/ town to the next. But I just wanted to give a general idea of my direction. And if my tour is only two weeks, of course I will have to shorten the route.
The only musts so far on this list are Pulpit rock, Atlantic road, and Sognefjorden, so I'm pretty flexible. I want to stay off busy roads as well. Any advice or route recommendations/ letting me know if something is unrealistic are very welcome. I'm doing my research on tunnels and things to see, but anything that anyone thinks might be important would be immensely helpful.