Welcome to the National Cycle Museum
.Home of over 260 cycles from an 1816 Hobby Horse, Victorian solid-tyred machines, classic lightweights to the latest carbon-fibre designs.
The Tour of Britain Race Stage passing the National Cycle Museum
An Independent Charitable Trust whose aim is to promote interest in all aspects of cycling history. We encourage Group and School visits and hold annual Events in the UK. We have an Online Library with detailed historical data.
The Museum is the National Cycle Museum for the UK and is one of the leading cycle museums in the world .
It was officially opened on 21st March 1997 and was initially known as The National Cycle Exhibition
A special 20th anniversary event was held at the museum on Tuesday 21st March , with Barry Hoban, a famous cyclist signing his latest book
The book , Vas-y-Barry is now for sale at the museum
Displays of cycles from the museum have featured at various important places and events, including Hampton Court Palace, The Cycle Show , The Royal Welsh Show etc. The museum has also been shown on National TV.
Explore our website to find out more about us, there is something for everyone interested in cycling as well as those who enjoy discovering social history and design of objects over the last 200 years
Visit us and see some amazing displays that will impress you . Many cycling memorabilia items on display eg photos, club badges, silverware, jerseys, posters, lamps, signs, tools, maps, magazines and a special Sturmey Archer exhibition.
An Audax trophy
Special free activities for children during school holidays . Try the free fun quiz or draw a favourite cycle in the museum.