.Senior Citizens: £.4.00
Children 6-16: £.2.00
.groups £.discount for groups of 10+ visiting normal open days/times .
.groups £.minimum group booking charge of £50 if visit is out of normal open days/times
We regret we cannot accept debit or credit cards.
.Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays
.Open all year
.Days can usually be flexible for large groups depending on availability of staff
National Cycle Museum
The Automobile Palace
Powys - Mid Wales
Tel: 01597 825531
Bikes at War
. During World War I cycle-mounted infantry, messengers and ambulance carriers were extensively used by all combatants. Cycles were light, quiet, and unlike the horse, did not require feeding.
They were normal roadsters with front carriers and rifle clips, an inflator pump and puncture repair outfits.
In World War II cycle use in Europe was limited mainly to messenger duties and to supplying folding bicycles to paratroopers as the armed forces dropped bicycles out of planes to reach troops behind enemy lines.