These links are only a very small sample of the online resources available to classic and antique bicycle enthusiasts. We encourage you to check out these websites, and use the various online search engines to look for other interesting sites of your own. Let our Webmaster know if you come across one you think should be added to this page.
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Provides bicycle collectors with a forum in which to advertise their old bikes and parts, find the latest news about the vintage bicycle hobby, learn of the nation's largest old bicycle shows, swap meets and auctions, and read about vintage American bicycles.
Is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to keeping alive the heritage of American cycling, promoting the restoration and riding of early cycles (1918 or earlier), and encouraging cycling as part of modern living. This organization follows bicycle development with such types as the Draissine, Velocipede, Boneshaker, Ordinary (also known as a High Wheeler or Penny Farthing), Tricycle, High Wheel Safety, Hard Tired Safety, Cushion Tire Safety and Pneumatic Safety (including Tandems and Chainless models). Many of these antique bicycles were instrumental in The Good Roads Movement from which America has benefited to this day. This web site is proud to honor all the early cycling achievements and the people behind them.
The Bicycle Museum of America
One of the largest private collections of bicycles in the world.
The US Bicycling Hall of Fame
Founded in 1986, The US Bicycling Hall of Fame has established itself as the primary source of historical bicycling information and artifacts in the United States.
Golden Oldy Cyclery
Golden Oldy Cyclery is a private museum of cycling history focusing on the early years. The main room is equipped as an 1889 bicycle shop featuring a selection of "Ordinary" or "Penny Farthing" high bicycles of the late 1880s. The main brand featured are: Victor, Rudge, Star, and Columbia. However, there are many examples of other brands. The thrust is to show the top quality bikes in a setting with all of the accessories as a high quality shop would have provided. In the 2 original showcases there are a variety of bike lamps, brake parts, saddles, leather tool kits and etc. Also, the NCR cash register completes the shop look. The walls are covered with period photos of cycling. Other rooms contain special bikes and trikes - Coventry Rotary, and the only known removable rear of the full suspension 1887 Whippet Trike. An extensive pre 1900 cycling library and wall of Colorado cycling photos highlight the main upstairs room. Victorian Cycling Poetry is piped in during visits. There is far more to see and hear....
Bicycles in Glass.
Bicycles exquisitely hand sculptured in glass. A unique source for the cyclist gifts and for wedding cake tops.
Dave’s Vintage Bicycles Dave’s Vintage Bicycles. Dedicated to the hobby of collecting vintage and antique American made bicycles since 1997. In addition to informative articles and helpful eBay search links, you’ll find a growing photo archive containing thousands of images of old bikes, parts, brochures and original sales catalogs. The majority of the photos in the archive were submitted by visitors like you who enjoy sharing their treasured bicycles with the rest of the world. They are not usually for sale, but are here for reference and your viewing pleasure.