If you are thinking of heading to Eastern Europe for a visit, you might want to stop by this quaint and unique new motorcycle museum in Leskovec near Zvolen, Slovakia. Bike enthusiasts would be thrilled to see 30 rare motorcycles from the inter-war era that originated mostly in the United Kingdom.
The owner, Ján Krnáč, has original pieces in the collection that hail from the beginning of the 1920s.
“I have collected motorcycles for a quarter of year. However, I sold my first collection of pre-war and inter-war motorcycles made in Czechoslovakia and focused on motorcycles from the UK,” he said.
Some of the machines have been renovated and overhauled by Krnáč. The bikes in the workshop are for exhibition purpose. Among the most precious bikes that are in the collection may serve a value of approximately €70,000 (RM 339,210.57).