It is our deep conviction that the motorbike is a significant civilizational technical art object, and that this “painting by metal on canvas” had its “Golden Age”, which fell between 1930 and 1945. There are many reasons for this, the main among them the exciting technological race on the eve of the Second World War.
This collection represents the love of millions of people multiplied by… analysis and mathematics!
These are restored to running order vehicles with engine displacement over 750cc from all continents. We are confident that by this criterion, we have the most complete – if not the only one – collection in the world in which today’s residents of Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, the USA and Switzerland can experience the creations of their forefathers with awe.
We take the content very seriously and use only verified sources – special literature, articles in professional magazines, experience of people who have been dealing with motorbike theme for decades. The majority of collection motorbikes are rare specimens, about many of which we have only fragmentary information. We try to maintain the quality of articles on a high level, and, in the case of new interesting information, make the necessary adjustments.
Each article consists of model history, technical specifications and gallery of high quality photos. We also publish engine schematics, archive photos and manuals in original languages wherever possible.
The Petra Dubrava Motorcycle Museum is the only place in the world where you can immerse yourself in the living history of the Golden Age of Motorcycling.
For twenty years, the Vyacheslav Sheyanov MotoWorld has been collecting and restoring unique exhibits of the Golden Age of Motorcycle Construction.
We know our motorbikes thoroughly and are continuously deepening our knowledge. Each exhibit is ready to take you on a ride and tell you its unique story.
Only at Petra Dubrava you can see and experience the most powerful and fastest motorbikes from 14 leading countries around the world.