Previously situated in Somerville, New Jersey, this museum packed up and moved west to Davis on the strength of…More Davis's reputation as a bike-friendly town -- Davis was one of the first cities in the U.S. to add designated bicyle lanes to roadways in the late 1960s. The fact that Davis hosts major bicycle races such as the Amgen Tour of California and the Fourth of July Criterium also attracted the museum's board of directors.
The museum features one of the most comprehensive collections of bicycles in the world, including the UC Davis Pierce Miller Collection of antique bicycles. The museum also houses memorabilia and exhibits related to the more than 120 top bicycling athletes from around the world who have been inducted into the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame.
The museum occupies the building that formerly housed the Davis Teen Center.
Aggie Stadium 1 Shields Ave, Davis, CA95616 Opened in time for the 2007 UC Davis football season, Aggie Stadium, occupying 20 acres across La Rue Road from the…More dairy barns, is the new home of Aggie football, replacing Toomey Field. The UCD women's lacrosse team also calls Aggie Stadium home. From the scoreboard, a huge, dazzling Daktronics device, to the press box featuring seating for 20sports writers along with a state-of-the-art television studio, no expense was spared in creating this 21st century showcase for the Aggies.A variety of concession booths, the Aggie Pride store and numerous easily accessible restrooms are among other amenities that help make Aggie Stadium a comfortable, fan-friendly venue.