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Velo museums

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45/A - Exhibition "Marmande á la Belle époque", France

45/A - Exhibition "Marmande á la Belle époque", France
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01. The first Czech bicycle museum – Nové Hrady, Czech Republic

01. The first Czech bicycle museum – Nové Hrady, Czech Republic
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06. Henri Malartre museum, Lyon – France

06. Henri Malartre museum, Lyon – France

08/A. Moto velo musée, Domazan – France

08/A. Moto velo musée, Domazan – France

09/A. Nationaal Fietsmuseum VELORAMA, Nijmegen – Netherlands

09/A. Nationaal Fietsmuseum VELORAMA, Nijmegen – Netherlands
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10/A Technischen Museum, Vienna – Austria

10/A Technischen Museum, Vienna – Austria

12/A. Deutsche Fahrradmuseum, Bad Brückenau - Německo

12/A. Deutsche Fahrradmuseum, Bad Brückenau - Německo

13/C National Motor Museum, Beaulieu – England

13/C National Motor Museum, Beaulieu – England

16/A. Musée d'art et d'industrie, Saint-Étienne – France

16/A. Musée d'art et d'industrie, Saint-Étienne – France

24. Tres Fountais, Bar-le-Duc - France

24. Tres Fountais, Bar-le-Duc - France

28. Penny – Farthing museum - England

28. Penny – Farthing museum - England

32/A - Cadouin - France

32/A - Cadouin - France

02. Museé du Cycle, ARLON (WEYLER) – Belgium

02. Museé du Cycle, ARLON (WEYLER) – Belgium

03. Cycle museum Roger Wery, Famelette castel (Huccorgne) – Belgium

03. Cycle museum Roger Wery, Famelette castel (Huccorgne) – Belgium

04. Fahrrad Museum Stahl-Rad, Rechberghausen – Germany

04. Fahrrad Museum Stahl-Rad, Rechberghausen – Germany

05. Peugeot Museé, Sochaux – France

05. Peugeot Museé, Sochaux – France

07. Bicycle Pedaling History museum, Buffalo – USA

07. Bicycle Pedaling History museum, Buffalo – USA

11. The Cycle Museum of Favrieux – France

11. The Cycle Museum of  Favrieux – France

14. British Cycling Museum, Camelford in Cornwall – England

14. British Cycling Museum, Camelford in Cornwall – England

15. Musée de la Moto et du Vélo, Amnéville les Thermes – France

15. Musée de la Moto et du Vélo, Amnéville les Thermes – France

17. Universal museum - MUSÉE 1900 – France

17. Universal museum - MUSÉE 1900 – France

Gallery – evaluation

The point designation using stars facilitates rapid orientation and provides information on the importance and exceptional quality of specific machines (a similar system is used for hotels and restaurants – i.e. a greater number of stars corresponds to a higher level).

  • 5 stars – absolutely rare item, unprecedented, unexpected (e.g. the only item or prototype existing in the world)
  • 4 stars – quite rare item, original condition, technically very interesting (e.g. machine unambiguously belonging in the TOP selection of the TOP global collections)
  • 3 stars – technically interesting, original condition, museum quality (e.g. machine that would unambiguously adorn the collection of any museum in the world)
  • 2 stars – interesting, valued by collectors, frequently sought (e.g. machine with interesting technical node or unusual structural design)
  • 1 star – historical machine (e.g. typical bicycle suitable for a collection showing the developmental stages of the bicycle or regional brand name)

We would like to point out that this is only a general evaluation based entirely on our subjective opinions.

These galleries are a sort of virtual museum presenting the developmental line of bicycles with a great many key stages. The detailed photographs reveal the beauty of the individual presented exhibits and show researchers where to direct their attention.  We are well aware of the fact that each collector or researcher is interested in somewhat different aspects. The evaluation only draws attention to very interesting and exceptional machines. It does not exclude the possibility that the bicycle with the lowest number of stars is the one that will be most interesting for you. Basically, we even anticipate this, as you will not find an uninteresting machine in this gallery.

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