Minor roads are great motorcycle roads, but they are often quite narrow, and have no centreline. Make sure you stay well to the right, and be prepared to stop for kids, farm tractors bicycles, etc.
Motorhomes tend to go slower than you, and take up more space. Keep a safe distance, or pass them when you get a safe chance.
Do check the schedule (available online in most cases) before you venture off into the wild.
In towns and urban areas, the general speed limit is 50 km/h. There are good reasons for it, so please respect it.
Statistics also show that speed often is a contributing factor when foreigners crash on motorcycles.
Some tunnels are dark and misty. Slow down when you approach the entrance.
Need for rest
Riding a motorcycle in Norway is immensely fun, but also quite demanding. Too many crashes are caused by fatigue and exhaustion. Make frequent stops and get enough rest.
Freedom to roam
The public right of access to land is important when it comes to recreational activities in Norway. You can walk wherever you wish and camp wherever you want on uncultivated land. You can spend the night under the open sky or put up a tent, though not closer than 150 metres to a house or cottage. There may be local restrictions.
Please tidy up after yourself, and remember that it is forbidden to light a fire in or near forests from 15 April to 15 September.
PS! There are also many regular campsites.