Just back, a bit earlier than planned, from Sweden, Denmark and Amsterdam. Took 8 days altogether - one night in Germany on route, 3 in Denmark, 1 in Sweden, 3 in Amsterdam.
For those doing the 2 bridges - the first is the ****** - second one less so - though it was cloudy which might have affected my thoughts.
Would defo recommend some overnights in Sweden rather than Denmark if possible - Denmark was so expensive as to be ridiculous (£8 beer, £20 for camping, £10 for a burger n chips) - Sweden much better.
Mileages - well I got to Hannover by the end of Day 1.
Then upto Ribe (Denmarks oldest town) Day 2.
Day 3 I drove the coast road up Jutland - hoped to get to the northern point - but too knackered so turned off about 30 miles short b4 heading back to Ribe.
Day 4 - to Copenhagen (over bridge 1) - you need to book in advance here (Accomodation) - I was fcked so ended up near Helsingor.
Day 5 - Over ferry to Helsinborg and into Sweden - stayed south of Malmo
Day 6 - Malmo to Amsterdam - motorways - plus both bridges
Day 7&8 Amsterdam
Day 9 - rode home
The distances involved - mean it’s a two day treck minimum each way (unless you do the Ejsberg Ferry)
No map or Sat Nav used (That’s a bloke thing rather than a sensible suggestion!)
Also - If you are doing the Ferry and get the chance - the biker I met in Helsingor - ex-Londoner living in Denmark - was adamant that the best roads in Scandanavia were in southern Norway…Denmark too flat - Sweden too straight - Norway neither flat not straight.
Autobahns were fun;) - but frigging scary too - those life savers are wisely named and necessary! Doing 125 - about to pull out and woosh - some fugger blasts past in a Porche / BMW / Merc.
Hope some of that was useful to the planners of the trip…