TWO MCKAY FAMILIES
In 2008 friends John and Bruce McKay, along with Bruce's son Ricky, opened Spring Lynne Motorcycles – store, workshop and museum.
Bruce operates the fully equipped, MTA assured workshop. He has a lifetime of experience with motorcycles and was a founding partner of Ashburton’s Yamaha dealership in 1977.
John brings his extensive business management experience. He owns the extraordinary collection of rare and classic Japanese motorcycles for the Spring Lynne Museum located in the original farmhouse on site.
Ricky also manages the teams other venture – Timaru Yamaha which opened in 2011. Ricky has competed in motorcycling sports for most of his life and he brings a wealth of knowledge to the businesses from years of working in the motorcycle industry.
Spring Lynne, with views of Mount Hutt and the Canterbury Plains, is a converted 1920’s woolshed. It is located on State Highway 77 in between Methven and Ashburton. The name Spring Lynne is a culmination of the names of two nearby areas – Springfield & Lyndhurst.
Location & Hours
Book a farm service, an appointment, or view a motorcycle. Our team love to share their knowledge. We're located in the heart of mid Canterbury between Ashburton and Methven.
SPRING LYNNE MOTORCYCLES
1830 Methven Highway
RD6, Ashburton, 7776
ph. 03 3024939
MONDAY - FRIDAY
8.30am - 5pm
MUSEUM BY APPOINTMENT