The very first carnival motordrome appeared at Coney Island amusement park (New York) in 1911. The following year portable tracks began to appear on traveling carnivals. By 1915 the first vertical walls were built and were dubbed the "Wall of Death," by motorcycle riders.
They mostly rode Indian Scout Motorcycles (pre-1928) This carnival attraction became popular in the United States during the 1930s, with more than 100 motordromes on traveling shows and in amusement parks.
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