|Intro||Swedish racing cyclist|
|A.K.A.||Bohlin, Erik "Orsa" Bohlin, Erik ”Orsa” Bohlin|
|Was||Athlete Sport cyclist Motorcycle racer|
|Birth||1 June 1897, Orsa, Sweden|
|Death||8 June 1977, Orsa, Sweden (aged 80 years)|
Erik Viktor "Orsa" Bohlin (1 June 1897 – 8 June 1977) was a Swedish road racing cyclist who competed in the 1924 Summer Olympics. He finished seventh in the individual road race and won a team bronze medal. During his cycling career Bohlin won four national titles and two Swedish six-day races (in 1924 and 1926). He retired in 1927 after finishing fourth at the road world championships. He later changed to motorcycling, and together with engineer Gösta Rödén created a 250 cc that set a new Swedish speed record.