About the Museum
A wide range of early period bicycles are displayed, it is one of the great strengths of the collection, including the following that are worthy of note: A replica Hobby Horse circa 1818, together with a replica Macmillan circa 1839 - 40. A wooden tricycle, which must be one of the very few examples of such an early machine in the country. The display includes six Boneshakers including a Michaux and a C Taylor manufactured in Bristol. Recently, an Otto bicycle (or dicycle) made by BSA in 1881 joined the collection. Two transitional Boneshakers, a Beale & Strawe Facile, Hillman & Cooper Kangaroo and two Crypto machines along with ten Ordinaries.
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Get in touch
Use the information below to get in touch with the museum before setting off.
National Cycle Collection Office
- Address: The Automobile Palace, Temple Street, Llandrindod Wells, Powys
- Postcode: LD1 5DL
- Phone: 01597 825531
- URL: www.cyclemuseum.org.uk
- 1st November - end of February, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. Please ring to check Opening hours prior to visit, details available 24 hrs a day. 10am - last admission 4pm. March - October: Open 7 days a week.
National Cycle Collection
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July's Historic Wales
Cardiff Heath Farm held the first recorded race (as Cardiff racecourse) in July 1782.Archive WALESAUTOJUMBLE.CO.UK