On 18 January 2021, some 230 historic motorcycles and 28 cars caught fire at the Top Mountain Motorcycle Museum in Hochgurgl. An immense loss also for the entire classic motorcycle and vintage car community around the world. But the twin brothers Alban and Attila Scheiber, operators of Europe’s highest motorcycle museum (2175 m), shook their heads briefly and then stepped on the gas as usual. Like a phoenix from the ashes, a new museum - or rather a multimedia world of experience – was built in the same place next to the Timmelsjoch road toll station and base station of Kirchenkar mountain gondola. Covering 5600 square meters on two levels, twice as large as before, showing over 550 exhibits, including 30 cars, twice as well stocked and with heaps of exciting "driving experiences", the museum could be reopened on 18 November 2021.