Carefully fixed and treated JAWA motorbikes, which many may still remember from recent history, or bikes unique in the whole world, which have for years been hunted by the European transportation museums, creating a very special motoring collection.
The JAWA motorbike collection owned by Štefan Šimák Jr. focuses mostly on road bikes, mainly unique pieces of the world-known Czechoslovak and now Czech brand of motorcycles JAWA. On the premises of Château Šimák Pezinok, you can see tens of unique machines and even one prototype. The company JAWA was established in 1929, when František Janeček founded it, when he bought a licence to make Wanderer motorcycles. Later out of the first two letters of this brand and his surname JA, WA, the name of his company originated. The first piece in the collection was a black “Zetka” - ČZ 125 T, then Štefan Šimák Jr. found the red JAWA motorbikes, fell in love, and now focuses mainly on pre-war pieces. His collection is truly exceptional in both Czech Republic and Slovakia, not only because of the individual bikes, but also the condition they are in. Shiny, red steeds with chromated works, they will mostly please the men, who visit the exposition.