American Motorcycles: The museum has American Brands like Indian, Rokon and Harleys from the 1920’s to the 1970’s, with more restoration work in progress.
European Motorcycles: The museum holds English brands like BSA, Matchless, Ariel and Velocette. From Germany we find BMW, DKW and Rabeneik. The museum also displays Italian brands like Moto Guzzi, Ducati, Mondial and Minarelli. Motorcycles from France, the Czech Republic and Switzerland are also part of the mix.
Japanese Motorcycles: We find some of the most famous Japanese brands, Yamaha, Honda and Suzuki.
Brazilian Motorcycles: The museum has an Amazonas motorcycle, made with a Volkswagen engine.
Motorized Bicycles: We find several different brands like Villiers, Táxi Mundial Rabeneick, Peloplás, Durkopp with a Vitória motor, NSU, Benelli, Puch, Ciao, Graziella, Velosolex, Gulivette e Monaretta.
Scooters: The museum has a Peugeot with a sidecar, and Iso, a Lambretta 150D, a Lambretta 150LD, a Lambretta Li, a Lambretta MS-150, a Xispa, as well as a Vespa M3, Vespa M4 and a Lambretta Li adapted for racing.
Specialty Vehicles: The museum has vehicles with motors adapted from scooters, being a Romi-Isetta, a Masserchmit and a Lambrecar.
Bicycles: The museum has around 20 bicycles with brands like Phillips, Raleigh, Schwinn, Gekko, Colmo, Monark, Rabeneick, Rivera, Peugeot, Caloi, Legnano, Colnago and Columbia, as well as replicas that show the evolution of the bike: a Celerifere, a Dandy-horse, a Boneshaker and a Biciclo.