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Motorbikes

Up into the 1950s motorcycles were mainly a relatively inexpensive means of transport for those who were not in a position to afford a car. With growing prosperity and the advent of moderately priced cars the motorcycle all but vanished from the roads for a decade. And it was not until the late 1960s that it was rediscovered as a leisure time vehicle and expression of a special lifestyle. In the Technik Museum Speyer many historic motorcycles can be admired, amongst them also curiosities.

One highlights of the motorcycle exhibition in Speyer is a fantastic special exhibition devoted to the legendary Münch Mammoth. The Friedel Münch exhibition comprises 25 motorbikes and covers the whole history of the brand from the late 1960s until the year 2004. Even a Münch 2000, of which only 15 pieces were built, can be admired in Speyer.