The 6th international family festival MotoNostalgia 2022 takes place on Sunday, July 24th at Porsche Ring in Audru near Pärnu.
A magnificent amount of various old-timer motorcycles and other antique vehicles will be rolling to the festival from many different countries.
All participants, who arrive with a motorcycle older than 35 years, or with a bike manufactured in the USSR (without an age restriction), have access to the exhibition area with a festival ticket.
At the traditional antiques' fair, traders from Estonia and many neighbouring countries can be seen. The fair is popular among everyone as almost every MotoNostalgia festival visitor will find something intriguing from the selection on offer.
Pre-registration as a trader is not mandatory.
Motorcycle Retro Race
Pre-registered participants can take part in the lively motorcycle retro race, held on the asphalt covered "Porsche Ring" race track in Audru. The number of places at the old-timer motorcycle retro race is limited.
We will be calling out everyone participating in the retro race and/or
exhibition area to dress accordingly to the era, or just wear a costume because it’s
worth it. Our style committee will be picking the best costume and awarding the
wearer with a Easthighway/MotoNostalgia gift card worth 50 euros and a
MotoNostalgia 2021 T-shirt. Just in case no consensus will be reached, we are
planning to present a consolation prize.
Other important information
During the day, you can witness various demonstration rides where high speed and a lot of excitement can be seen. Take a look at the timetable HERE.
More or less 2000 - 3500 visitors take part from the MotoNostalgia festival every year, more than 200 - 300 old-timer motorcycles, of which about 100 vehicles will take part from the race.
Take a look at the short video summary of the 2021 festival:
Festival price information (tickets, trading, parking) can be found HERE.
Pre-registration for the motorcycle race and fair traders takes place through MotoNostalgia website HERE.
Find everything you need from these MotoNostalgia festival area maps: