The "Piccolo Museo della Moto" of Emilio Bariaschi collects - in four pavilions - 160 pieces and 34 different brands related to the Italian and European motorcycle industry.
The Small Motorcycle Museum of Emilio Bariaschi is dedicated to motorcycles protagonists of the mass motorization between the end of the Second World War and 1965. A collection showing the roaring years of motorcycling in Italy. Those in which, alongside the Vespa and the Lambretta, the main manufacturers have designed and built motorcycles for every need. Period in which the Gilera, the Moto Guzzi and the MV have become famous all over the world thanks to their sports victories.