The Cycle Museum
Walton Lea Road
As you would expect, there are many bikes from England, America, Germany, Holland and Sweden - a unicycle, two wheelers, tricyles and even the spectacular, semi-recumberant Brox four wheeler. Made in Manchester as a parcel carrier. You can see the original prototype machine, made from scratch by the firm's owner, Bob Brock.
There is a room full of cycle motors too, with popular petrol models which did 240 miles to the gallon and a rare, 1953, belt driven Cyclaid made by British Salmson. Plus many more bikes and artefacts ranging from the Penny Farthing to the fore-runner of today's mountain bikes.
So take a step back in time and journey through cycling history.
With free parking and an electric lift for wheelchairs Runcorn's Cycle Museum offers an educational and enjoyable hands on experience for everyone!.
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