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It was particularly rewarding to have the two donors present to receive our grateful thanks for their generosity.Housed on the premises of the company for a few years now, the Bicycle Museum hosts an important and unique collection put together thanks to the generosity of athletes and private collectors.The bike will be in the show on loan from Juston Anderson.The Star's pedals, shown here, ratcheted up and down around a flywheel, better accommodating riders of different leg lengths.On display there are also the jerseys of the world cycling champions Giuseppe Saronni, Stephen Roche, Gianni Bugno and Mario Cipollini as well as many articles and original photos.Little is known about the world’s first bicycle ride, 200 years ago on June 12th, 1817.We have bicycle dating back to an 1860 Boneshaker, 1870 Highwheeler, 1880 Side-by-Side Tandem, and 1890 Tally-Ho Tandem (only three known to exist), and bicycle through the 20th century to a Greg Le Mond bicycle used to win the 1989 Tour de France final time-trial by a mere eight seconds.
The Dewey Cannon Trading Company is the home of the Three Oaks Spokes Bicycle History Museum.
Although commonly referred to as penny-farthings, because of comparison with a large penny and a smaller farthing coin, it is likely that this name only came into usage as penny-farthings began to be replaced by the smaller wheeled safety bicycle and for most of their short reign, aficionados simply called them ‘bicycles’.
The splendid 1870’s penny farthing bicycle – our first acquisition through the Cultural Gifts Program – was installed between the Victorian display and the Queen’s Gifts and a successful launch held on Saturday 7 June 2014.
Next to old and valuable pieces – such as the bersagliere’s bicycle dating back to 1900, the racing bike from 1935 equipped with the first ever rod gear branded Campagnolo and used by Gino Bartali and Fausto Coppi, the fireman and the baker’s bicycles plus many others – the museum displays some of the most famous and historical jerseys such as the pink jersey worn by Marco Pantani’s when he won the Giro d’Italia in 1998, or the white jersey worn by the super champion Fausto Coppi in the postwar years, or the National team jersey from 1996 and that of the Turin club dedicated to Serse Coppi, Fausto’s brother.
A corner is dedicated to local professional riders, with jerseys worn by Matteo Cravero (now retired) and those of Marco Osella and Miculà Dematteis, both still racing.