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“Hell is empty and all the devils are here…”

This past weekend was the ninth annual edition of The One Moto Show in Portland, Oregon, created by See See Motorcycles. In less than a decade, “The 1 Moto” has become one of the most legendary custom motorcycle shows in the world, showcasing a vast array of bikes, builders, and races — maintaining the inclusive spirit of the PNW:

“Nine years ago, we hosted the very first One Motorcycle Show in an old abandoned warehouse. The show is crafted to celebrate the weird, rare, and unconventional bikes that we love in a way that everyone can enjoy…Our driving force to keep going is the feeling that we’re adding to something that we love. We want to give back to motorcycling. We want to be inclusive and inspire people to participate.”

This year, our man on the ground was John Goldsberry of Behind Bars Customs. At the age of 23, John became the (then) youngest Ducati Master Tech in North America, and he’s the builder of Project Multipass — one of the most popular bikes we’ve ever featured — and we’ll be featuring his new street-legal Ducati super hooligan, Project Smart Tracker, very soon.

Project Smart Tracker by Behind Bars Customs, photographed on the way to The One Moto.

This year’s show certainly seemed the most ridiculous (in a good way) of all time. Below, we’ve included some of the highlights, with information on the bikes when available. Unfortunately, there was so much we sometimes missed the builder or any details on the build. Please drop a comment and let us know the builder where we missed it!

The One Moto Show 2018:  Custom Bike Highlights

All photos by John Goldsberry of Behind Bars Customs (@BehindBarsCustoms).

The Alta Motors electric drag bike, “The Crapshoot.”

1979 BMW R80 Skyway by Hutchbilt.

“The Zed” by Spoken Moto. Two-stroke supermoto with nitrous. Need we say more?

Project Autobahn Streak by JSK Moto.

Cycle News Yamaha SCR950 Super Hooligan

Moto Guzzi Racer by Chvrch.

Sportster Flat Tracker by Zero Hour.

LaZer Zebra by Escape Velocity.

Indian Boardtracker.

Board Trackers galore.

Honda Elite 150 by Brandon Saylor of Portland’s Scooter Swap Shop.

 

Another killer Scooter Swap Shop build.

Suicide Machine Co. “Shred Sled.”

BMW Alpha streamliner by Doruk Erdem and Mark Atkinson (Speed of Cheese Racing).

BMW Alpha streamliner by Doruk Erdem and Mark Atkinson (Speed of Cheese Racing).

BMW Alpha streamliner by Doruk Erdem and Mark Atkinson (Speed of Cheese Racing).

1926 Indian Scout vintage racer.

The Siberian Speed Team‘s Ural racer!

Project Smart Tracker by Behind Bars Customs!

Project Smart Tracker by Behind Bars Customs!

Project Smart Tracker by Behind Bars Customs!

Flat Tracker by Full Circle V-Twin, who makes a weld-on Sportster mono kit!

Full Circle V-Twin Super Hooligan tracker.

Yamaha XT500 by Tory Potoroka (@dirtfirstdirtlast).

The Alaska ADV Series by Earle Motors.

The Alaska ADV Series by Earle Motors.

The Alaska ADV Series by Earle Motors.

Yamaha XS650 Street Tracker by Paul Miller of Panic Rev Customs.

Guzzi “Fat Tracker” by Huge Eccles of Untitled Motorcycles.

Steve Baker Champion frame Yamaha TZ750.

H-D XLCH by Blue Jack Studio.

Pre-production 2018 Ducati Scrambler 1100 Special.

1974 Kawasaki KX250 motocrosser.

Electric enduro / dual sport.

Bob Lanphere Honda flat tracker.

Bob Lanphere Honda flat tracker.

Moto Guzzi Street Tracker by MotoVida.

Suzuki T500 by Weber Werks.

Pilgrimage to See See Motor Coffee!

Our buddy and photographer: John Goldsberry of Behind Bars Customs!

 

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