A fan of vintage bicycling? Get yourself over to the museum in May

National Cycle Museum to hold sale and Open Day

The National Cycle Museum is holding a special free admission Open Day with a sale of some surplus cycle parts, on Saturday May 24th.

The museum, based at Llandrindod Wells, Mid Wales, will be offering up various cycles from its stores for sale at bargain prices. There will be some cycle spares for sale too.

Looking to downsize its storage area for items not on display, everything for sale will be labelled with a price – the museum has stressed that this is not an aution.

Doors of the Automobile Palace will be opened at 11am and the event finishes around 3pm.


Tel 01597 825531. 

The museum is normally open Tuesdays to Fridays.

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