Classic Motorcycle Mecca is Invercargill's newest wheels attraction. With over 300 motorcycles and motorcycle related artwork, it is a world class display right in the heart of Invercargill's CBD. More than 60 manufacturers are represented in the display and the collection includes solo, sidecar and three wheeled vehicles from 1902 onwards.
Classic Motorcycle Mecca is also home to three of only four New Zealand-constructed motorcyles by the late John Britten that are on public display.
Located at 25 Tay Street, the Motorcycle Mecca complex includes Meccaspresso Cafe and is considered to be a breakfast and brunch specialist. The cafe serves delicious food and coffee daily, with a quirky motorcycle-themed decor and is open on Friday night for drinks and tapas.