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List of bicycle- and human-powered vehicle museums

Bicycle and human powered vehicle museums by country.

Australia

  • The Canberra Bicycle Museum – Dickson, Canberra

Austria

Belgium

  • The Wieler Museum Roeselare

Canada

Denmark

  • Danmarks Cykelmuseet

Estonia

  • Estonian Bicycle Museum

France

Germany

Portugal

Japan

Lithuania

Netherlands

United Kingdom

  • The National Cycle Collection – Llandrindod Wells

United States

See also

External links

  • Bicycle Paintings & Custom Bicycle Portraits by Taliah Lempert
  • Classic Rendezvous
  • Early Cycle Lighting
  • Pryor Dodge Collection
  • Skates Online Bicycle Museum
  • Speed Bicycles Virtual Museum
  • Wild Guesses of value for Selected Vintage Lightweights by Sheldon Brown
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