Support Us

The National Cycle Museum is an independent charity and receives no external or government funding. We rely on the generosity of our supporters to finance the work of the museum and helpful volunteers who provide the time and hard work to keep the museum alive.

There are a number of ways you can support our work:

Make a Donation

We rely on the generosity of our visitors and supporters to finance the work of the museum, including new collections and outreach projects. You may wish to nominate the National Cycle Museum as your charity to support as part of a sponsored cycle ride.

If you wish to make a one off donation, please make cheque out to the National Cycle Museum and post to:

Automobile Palace
Temple Street
Llandrindod Wells

We are hoping to have an online donation facility soon.

Become a Friend of the Museum

The 1995 Friends of the Museum was founded to support the Museums work and grow the historic Collection. By becoming a Friend of the Museum, you can help us preserve the Collection for the benefit of future generations. The Annual Subscription Cost is just £18.00.

Download a Printable PDF Application Form or Membership Renewal Form.

About Friends of the Museum.

Become a Volunteer

The Museum is run entirely by our dedicated Volunteers and encourages anyone who feels they could contribute positively to the Museums activities.

Volunteer roles are interesting and worthwhile – helping to promote cycling to a range of people of all ages and interests. Volunteer activities include supporting staff during opening hours, manning our Displays at Vintage Shows or accompanying staff on educational school visits.

* A Gift in your will *

The National Cycle Museum welcomes gifts in a wills however large or small, and would use your gift to make a lasting difference to the work of the Trust. To find out how a gift in your will could make a difference, please contact John by e-mail for further information.

Click here for further information



Donations of  unwanted cycle spares / tools in good condition.

Please contact the museum on Collection can usually be arranged but you are very welcome to bring items along to the museum on an open day and have a free viewing.