The Little Museum of Emilio Bariaschi Moto includes motorcycles protagonists of mass motorization between the end of World War II and 1965. A collection able to tell the roaring years of motorcycling in Italy. Those in which, next to the Vespa and Lambretta, the major manufacturers have designed and built motorcycles for every need. Period in which the Gilera, Moto Guzzi and MV have become famous around the world thanks to their sporting claims. Emilio Bariaschi, having "built" an enviable collection of motorcycles, he suddenly decided to share this passion with others. Realizing this wish with a pragmatism and an incredible speed. Initiative similar to that carried out by Nello Sarsapariglia about a year ago, a few kilometers away.