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Adam Opel had already recognised the value of bicycles when the first Opel penny-farthing left the factory in 1886: “In no other invention is utility so intimately connected with pleasure as in the bicycle.”

Many different “boneshakers”, as the bicycle was first nicknamed, can be admired in Spandau. Uli Feick from Berlin’s historical bicycle association has been running his own museum and shop since 2008. Visitors can enjoy an impressive collection of bicycles from various eras and can buy suitable spare parts for almost any historical bike.

If you’re looking for help with your own bike, be it an old-timer or brand new, Uli Feick is happy provide advice and assistance. His main shop is directly opposite the museum.

At a glance

Jagowstraße 28, 13585 Berlin

  • November until February:
    open daily from 12 - 6 pm, saturdays from 10 am - 2 pm
    March until October:
    open every day from 10 - 6.30 pm, saturdays from 10 am - 2 pm
  • Special tours by appointment possible
  • Situated directly at Havel Cycle Trail
  • 15 min walk from old town


Around the corner

Eiswerder Brücke Spandau (c) PAS


Spandau island where the Edgar Wallace films were shot

Zitadelle Graben


Landmark of the city and historical event venue