What’s special: The Motodrom is the oldest traveling steep face
The Motodrom or “Original Motodrom,” as it has been called since 2012, is the oldest travelling steep face in the world. The ride was commissioned back in 1928 by the Munich performer Josef Ruprecht. In general, the steep face can be driven on by any vehicle. As a special feature, visitors to the Oide Wiesn can marvel at an original Fuchs Formula V racing car from the 1960s, which was used to defy gravity on the slanted wooden planks, in addition to the vintage motorcycles Indian Scout 101, Honda CB 200, and BMW R51/2. As a further highlight, a spectacular race of four acrobats will be shown simultaneously on the steep face.