National Cycle Museum
Since 1997 The National Cycle Museum has provided a display of over 200 cycles representing the historical development of cycling from the early 1800s to the present day.
It is recognised as being one of the best in the world. As well as the static displays it also provides an annual programme of external events at national venues.
In 2016 over 4,000 people attended the museum and it’s external events last year. Our website attracted 30,000 visitors from the U.S.A., Brazil, Russia, China, France and many other countries.
Our Schools Programme enables children to experience the physical reality of veteran, classic and modern cycles as well as to learn about the changes in technology and society that cycling has helped to promote.
It costs £18,000 each year to keep the doors open. The Trustees and volunteers give their time freely and the museum has no paid staff. We rely on the generosity of our supporters to finance the work of the museum.
Please help support the museum by making a donation today!
The National Cycle Museum
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