From our collection
Cycling-related objects from our extensive online collection.
Riders, bikes and the story of cycling in Australia.
Two bicycles belonging to Australia's first Tour de France winner.
A road racing bike owned by the champion long distance cyclist.
An 1884 bicycle owned by champion penny-farthing racer Harry Clarke.
Beret worn by ‘Oppy’ throughout his life as a tribute to the French for their support of his cycling prowess.
Memorabilia belonging to a talented amateur cyclist who had his greatest success as a veteran.
A collection of sporting memorabilia relating to NSW racing cyclist Ken Ross.
A step-through ladies' safety bike from about 1910, designed by Marion's husband, Arthur.
Used to set solo cycling records across and around Australia.
A modified Roadmaster bicycle used by a Tasmanian woman in the 1940s and 1950s.