A modular exhibition
of unique WWII
motor vehicles

Bringing into the focus 23 collectable motorcycles – the undisputed heroes of World War II — state-of-the-art show technologies recreate the atmosphere of one of the most dramatic periods in the history of humankind. The exhibition offers exciting experience to visitors worldwide!

The Gem of Our Collection

The Indian 841, the very motorcycle that used to belong to Robert McClean (1923-2008) – one of the heroes of the legendary Battle of Iwo Jima.

As well as 22 other unique motorcycles with rich provenance, the collection will serve as an anchor at events such as fairs, festivals, expos, sports and shows; and will certainly become a “go-to” spot of tourism-oriented destinations.

Exhibition Concept

The Two-Wheeled War exhibition can be set up anywhere. The concept takes into account a wide range of regional safety standards and does not require complex or specific infrastructure.

Layout CONFIGURATION

Area
1050 m2
Size:
40×26 m (adjustable)
Maximum number of visitors*:
200 pers./hour*
Visiting time slot:
59 min

Layout CONFIGURATION

Number of target visitors:
120 pers./hour
Estimated number of visitors:
240 pers./hour
Visitors per 8-hour session:
1920 persons
Visitors per 10-hour session:
2400 persons

NB: Specifics may differ depending on space and configuration available

*— In accordance with fire safety standards

Sarolea 38H

Belgium, 1939

Brough Superior SS100

Great Britain, 1938

Benelli M36

Italy, 1937

Mercier Moto Chenille

France, 1937

Gnome-Rhone AX2 w/sidecar

France, 1937

PMZ A-750

USSR, 1938

Daihatsu SB-7

Japan, 1936

BMW R12 w/sidecar

Germany, 1939

Zundapp KS 750 w/sidecar

Germany, 1944

Terrot VATT 750 w/sidecar

France, 1939

Norton Big 4 w/sidecar

Great Britain, 1939

Sokol 1000 (CWS M111) w/sidecar

Poland, 1938

Universal A1000 w/sidecar and trailer

Switzerland, 1944

Monark-Albin M/42

Sweden, 1943

Indian 841

USA, 1941

Excelsior Welbike

Great Britain, 1942

IMZ M-72 w/sidecar

USSR, 1945

Kurogane Type 95 w/sidecar

Japan, 1939

Moto Guzzi E.R.

Italy, 1940

NSU Kettenkrad HK101 w/trailer

Germany, 1944

Harley-Davison WLA-42

USA, 1944

Rikuo Type 97 w/side car

Japan, 1937

Harley-Davidson XA

USA, 1942

AEntry zone
  1. Sarolea 38H
BBetween the wars (Interbellum)
  1. Brough Superior SS100
  2. Benelli M36
  3. Mercier Moto Chenille
  4. Gnome-Rhone AX2 w/sidecar
  5. PMZ A-750
CThe aggressors
  1. Daihatsu SB-7
  2. BMW R12 w/sidecar
  3. Zundapp KS 750 w/sidecar
CDunkirk
  1. Terrot VATT 750 w/sidecar
  2. Norton Big 4 w/sidecar
DOccupied and neutral territories
  1. Sokol 1000 (CWS M111) w/sidecar
  2. Universal A1000 w/sidecar and trailer
  3. Monark-Albin M/42
EThe winners
  1. Indian 841
  2. Excelsior Welbike
  3. IMZ M-72 w/sidecar
FThe peak of war
  1. Kurogane Type 95 w/sidecar
  2. Moto Guzzi E.R.
  3. NSU Kettenkrad HK101 w/trailer
GPost-war world
  1. Harley-Davison WLA-42
  2. Rikuo Type 97 w/side car
HExit zone
  1. Harley-Davidson XA

Sarolea 38H

Belgium, 1939

Brough Superior SS100

Great Britain, 1938

Benelli M36

Italy, 1937

Mercier Moto Chenille

France, 1937

Gnome-Rhone AX2 w/sidecar

France, 1937

PMZ A-750

USSR, 1938

Daihatsu SB-7

Japan, 1936

BMW R12 w/sidecar

Germany, 1939

Zundapp KS 750 w/sidecar

Germany, 1944

Terrot VATT 750 w/sidecar

France, 1939

Norton Big 4 w/sidecar

Great Britain, 1939

Sokol 1000 (CWS M111) w/sidecar

Poland, 1938

Universal A1000 w/sidecar and trailer

Switzerland, 1944

Monark-Albin M/42

Sweden, 1943

Indian 841

USA, 1941

Excelsior Welbike

Great Britain, 1942

IMZ M-72 w/sidecar

USSR, 1945

Kurogane Type 95 w/sidecar

Japan, 1939

Moto Guzzi E.R.

Italy, 1940

NSU Kettenkrad HK101 w/trailer

Germany, 1944

Harley-Davison WLA-42

USA, 1944

Rikuo Type 97 w/side car

Japan, 1937

Harley-Davidson XA

USA, 1942

Motorworld's tech team adapts each exhibition to locations anywhere in the world and commissions it within a week. Our managers are happy to help with the assembly layout, financial planning, advertising, communication, merchandising, ticket sales, and after-sales support.

Motorworld's tech team adapts each exhibition to locations anywhere in the world and commissions it within a week. Our managers are happy to help with the assembly layout, financial planning, advertising, communication, merchandising, ticket sales, and after-sales support.

This isn’t simply an exhibition, it’s a REAL show!

Each themed area of the exhibition presents a number of rare motorcycles surrounded by ultra-wide video screens with captivating anime and sound effects. Each anime explores a specific engagement point in Word’s history, with motorcycles metaphorically acting as heroes and villains. Some anime are interactive, allowing guests to feel like they’re a part of the story, while the AR/VR installations allow visitors to try their hand at gaming or exploring.

The entire exhibition is meticulously timed, ensuring an engaging experience that combines dynamic and fluid storytelling with an educational aspect.

Sponsorship Package

Motorworld's goal is to provide public with an unforgettable experience — a journey into the “Golden age" of motorcycle engineering. We invite global, regional, and local companies to sponsor the Two-Wheeled War exhibition, gain direct access to loyal audiences around the world, and become part of the great victories of the 20th century.

1.400.000+

our social media followers confirm interest to the Motorworld collection

Exhibition Highlights

  • A combination of unique motorcycles and contemporary show technologies

    • High income potential
    • Wide target audience: a family event
    • Marketing support from the owner of the collection
    • Full logistics support
    • 5 years of experience in organizing themed exhibitions
    • An “off-the-shelf” exhibition solution anywhere in the world in just 30 days
    • Minimum rent duration: 3 months

Venue Locations

  • History and transport museums; themed art venues

  • Resorts and cities with established tourism

  • Shopping malls; expos

  • Commercial and private events; sports events; auctions and festivals

Marketing support
from the owner of the collection

The Motorworld company has five years of successful exhibition operations under the belt. Our team is ready to provide extensive support for organising the exhibition at your space of choice and make available all the resources at our disposal:

Media and PR campaign support across partner resources and via other channels

Access to collection and exhibition stock photos

Target SMM campaign

Localised website for the exhibition with a built-in module for online ticket sales

Cooperation with sponsors

A guidebook

Information localised in host country’s language (printed materials and video content)

USA

  • Target audience: 22.500.000 visitors
  • At least 20% of the potential audience will be engaged via SMM channels
  • Motoworld can provide at least 400,500 leads with interest to the expo

Europe

  • Target audience: 24.000.000 visitors
  • At least 45% of the potential audience will be engaged via SMM channels
  • Motoworld can provide at least 204,600 leads with interest to the expo

Asia

  • Target audience: 67.600.000 visitors
  • At least 36% of the potential audience will be engaged via SMM channels
  • Motoworld can provide at least 636,500 leads with interest to the expo

Merchandise
Available for Purchase

Our merchandise comes in various styles that will interest different types of visitors and bring in additional income

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1942 Excelsior Welbike, Great Britain.
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A unique museum that features world’s largest collection of motorcycles made during the Motorcycling Golden Era (1930-1945). The idea based on a permanent exhibition of 105 motorcycles on an area of 1.500 m2 experience

Suggest Your Venue for the Two-Wheeled War Exhibition

Fill out the contact form and our managers will get in touch within a couple of hours. Available Slots

get in touch

Let’s vroom!

1942 Excelsior Welbike, Great Britain.
Legendary “flying” motorcycle

A unique museum that features world’s largest collection of motorcycles made during the Motorcycling Golden Era (1930-1945). The idea based on a permanent exhibition of 105 motorcycles on an area of 1.500 m2 experience

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