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A private museum with a great many machines from local manufacturers.
The museum in Falmignoul was opened 1968 in very nice building which was build 1735. People not a lot interested about antik bicycles end of 1980s. So the collection was sold and musem was closed. The condition of the building was deteriorated and after flood the one part of building fell down in 2008. The town councillors wants preserved this historic building, but this idea wasnť won. Old building where was nice bicycle museum was demolished.
Amble through the world history of automobiles from 1895 to the present day (300 veteran and vintage vehicles) and gain mechanical knowledge in the educational area. In other areas of Mahymobiles you will discover exceptional collections of miniature cars, historic bicycles & motorcycles, a children’s mini circuit, a gallery dedicated to the evolution of the coach building and a special display on world famous ‘raids’.
Motel, cafe, museum - an excellent combination where motto „where bikers feel at home“ is absolutelly truth.
The museum is in the biggest motorhotel in Europe "Bikersloft Groenedijk". The collection is still growing and the end of 2013 has more thant 120 motorcycles,scooters and mopeds and 10 bicycles.
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It is not typical bicycle museum - it is museum about history very famous bicycle race - Tour of Flanders.
You can experience and win the Tour of Flanders in the reality museum at the ground floor of the Centre Ronde van Vlaanderen. The reality museum uses the richness of the archives of the newspapers ‘Het Nieuwsblad’ and ‘Het Volk’, the archives of the broadcasting companies ‘VRT’ and ‘Sporza’ and archives of many Flemish collectors.
This is a private museum with a film projection hall and a great many machines from the early developmental stages of bicycles.
This is a private museum with a great many machines from local manufacturers.
The museum was closed. Some part of this collection was moved to new venue.
This is a national museum encompassing the entire development of bicycles. The 1981 world champion in road bicycle racing, Freddy Maertens, is the curator of the museum.