Ever since Burt Munro set the land speed record on his Indian Scout Motorbike, Invercargill has stamped its mark as the Classic Motoring capital of New Zealand. Now home to the biggest private collection of it its type in the world, the Bill Richardson Transport World adds great value to the classic motoring era with around 300 vehicles on display. The soon to open Classic Motorcycle Mecca will house just under 300 motorbikes and motorbike related artwork, a truly world class display. Make sure to visit E Hayes and Sons Motorworks as well where you can see the famous Indian motorcycle that Burt Munro set the record in.
For further details about the Classic Motoring of Southland, visit southlandnz.com