There will also be a handful of space vehicles on display – both real and fictitious, as listed below:
2021 Tardigrade concept electric Lunar motorcycle (oooh, shiny.)
2018 chariot from the “Lost in Space” television series
1996 model of the Sojourner rover.
1965 chariot (a spitting likeness) from the “Lost in Space” television series
A model of the Opportunity MER-1 rover
The robotic spacecraft that presently holds the long-distance record in off-world overlanding
Terry L. Karges, Executive Director of the Peterson Automotive Museum, has said in a statement:
“We are proud to partner with Motorcycle Arts Foundation to gather this impressive display of vehicles in the spirit of adventure. Coming on the heels of a global pandemic, ‘ADV: Overland’ is an important retrospective of the freedom of exploration, to go where no one has ever gone and accomplish things that no one has ever accomplished.”
“This visionary spirit drives innovation in transportation and has inspired this exhibit.”
Grab Your half-eaten sandwich and gloves, jacket, pantaloons, helmet, goggles (ATGATT, people) – and ride over to The Peterson Automotive Museum’s website for more information.