There are vintage bikes, antique bikes, prototype bikes, historic bikes, and bikes used in movies. There are nearly 6,000 bikes on display. All this in a working bike shop with an incredible inventory of parts both new and vintage. They also sell bike themed memorabilia.
If you like antiques, history, movie props or just remembering childhood memories there is something for you. If you want to go, as of my visit they were open 7 days a week. There is no charge to visit but they do accept donations.
I visited Bicycle Heaven in July 2021.
Bicycle Heaven is the world’s largest bicycle museum and has been highlighted on the likes of the New York Times, the Associated Press, MSN and they even have a Wikipedia entry.
|Oh, Shift is a reference to Canton Ave, Pittsburg|