Museum of Bicycles

Museum of Bicycles

In 1980, a public Bicycle museum was created at Šiauliai bicycle and motor factory "Vairas". In 1985, this museum was transferred to its present location at 139 Vilniaus street. That same year, the museum opened its exposition to the public. In 1993, the Bicycle Museum became a part of Šiauliai Aušros Museum.

There are 259 exhibits in the museum's exposition, of these 73 are bicycles and 4 are three and four-wheeled carts. This museum is very popular. Children especially enjoy visiting it. They are not only able to view all the exhibits here, but also ride on the three and four-wheeled carts.

Contact information  

Vilniaus st. 139, LT-76353, Šiauliai, Lithuania;
tel.: +370 41 524390, +370 41 524395;
e-mail: muzreklama@splius.lt

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You can also visit: Šiauliai Cathedral, Ch. Frenkelis Palace, "Aušra" Museum
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2015.10.14 14:02:02 | Renuka
Hi Ryan,If you want to save money by not purchasing a tonirug-specific bicycle, you can use almost any kind of bicycle in conjunction with a trailer that would be pulled behind your bicycle. That is probably the least expensive way of doing it, but not necessarily the best way. The problem with other types of bicycles (road and mountain bikes, for example) is that they aren't designed for long hours in the saddle. Road bikes tend to make you lean way forward, which can hurt your back, neck and shoulders after long hours on the bike. And Mountain bikes, with their flat handlebars, don't offer very many hand positions, which can cause a lot of pain in your fingers, hands and arms when you are tonirug for hours on end.Touring bicycles, on the other hand, are designed for long hours in the saddle, and are generally a lot more comfortable for long bike rides. Plus, they are designed to be used in conjunction with racks and panniers (which are, in my opinion, the best way to carry your gear while tonirug).If you can find a used tonirug bike like the Surly Long Haul Trucker or Fuji Touring or REI Novara Randonee, you might be able to grab it for $500 or less. If you are thinking you might do more than just one bike tour, then searching for one of these inexpensive tonirug bike models would certainly be worth the money.I've cycled both the east and the west coast of the United States, and while the east coast certainly has some nice spots, the West coast totally blows the east away in my opinion. The scenery on the west coast is just so much more vast, and as you mentioned, there are a plethora of inexpensive camping options on the west coast. If you have the money to get over there, I would definitely tour the west before I did the east. Of course, for your first bicycle tour, you might want to just stay close to home and plan out a route through a local area that you are immensely interested in.I have the REI quarter dome tent and I really like it. Packed up, it is a little big for just one person, but if you don't mind carrying an extra couple pounds, then I think it is a great tent. If you want lightweight, try the MSR Hubba tent (this is the tent I am going to be taking with me to Europe this year). It doesn't offer a lot of room for the storage of your gear inside the tent, but it perfect for just one person!And about using a trailer or panniers, again, I would say this depends on the bike you are going to use. If you get a tonirug bicycle, you might as well get the racks and panniers to go with it. But if you end up using a different type of bicycle, I would probably oft for using a trailer like the BOB Yak.If you have any other questions, let me know!

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