Have you ever seen a bicyle that looks like a horse? Or one that lets riders sit side by side? See dozens of vintage bicycles dating to the 1800's.
1896 Companion Bike
Bikes with 2 or more seats are not unusual themselves, but side by side? It almost looks impossible to ride.
Cruisers of the 40's, 50's, and 60's
Be sure to look up, down, and all around. We use every square inch for displays and you'll find many bikes hanging from the rafters.
Rare 1960 Bowden Spacelander
Only 522 were ever made. By 1960, the streamlining and tail fins of the 40's and 50's were distinctly outdated and the company went bust.
1896 Columbia High Wheel
High-wheel bicycles were the first common type of personal, mechanized transportation. Equipped with pedals but no chain, the diameter of the front wheel and the rider’s strength provided rapid speed.
Pee Wee Herman Schwinn
Possibly the most famous bike in the world and it won't be found in the basement of the Alamo.