Tyler Deitsch, Museum Coordinator

I am an organizationally-minded individual, so the Bicycle Museum of America has been the perfect fit for me.  As an archivist here, I have had the opportunity to handle many fascinating parts of the museum’s archives and help make sure that each object is correctly catalogued and tagged to ensure its safe-keeping for future generations.


Anne Vasey, Museum Assistant

I am originally from Rochester, NY where my interest in all things history began. I then received a degree in History and minors in English and Art History from the University of Dayton. Throughout my studies I was able to work in a variety of museums, including the Susan B. Anthony House, the Rochester Museum and Science Center and also the Marian Library at the University of Dayton. In addition to learning archival practices and exhibition display, I also was able to share my passion for history with visitors from across the country and around the world. I have had the opportunity to travel throughout Europe, South America, and around the United States. My husband and I both enjoy exploring new cities, cultures, and the endless historic sites and museums across the world. I am so excited to share my experience and knowledge with the patrons of the Bicycle Museum of America and to be part of the fascinating story that is bicycle history.


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Ryan Long, Museum Assistant

Having spent the better part of a decade in the Sales industry, I was excited to move into a position at the Bicycle Museum of America. I have a passion for preserving human history, no matter the subject matter, as I believe our history defines our present path. The Bicycle Museum offers a unique opportunity to preserve not only a litany of historic bicycles but the history behind them and the manufacturers that created them. I look forward to meeting all the patrons that the museum has from all over the world, and hearing the stories that they have to tell about how the bicycle shaped their lives.”