Earlier this month was the 10th annual edition of The One Moto Show in Portland, Oregon, created by See See Motorcycles. In 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 — all while maintaining the inclusive spirit of the PNW:
“10 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.”
For 2019, the show featured over 200 custom, classic, concept, and rare motorcycles from all over the world. But the show organizers stress that the show is about more than just bikes:
“But more than that, it’s a cultural gathering for all types of folks: young, old, mild and wild.”
This year, our man on the ground was Troy White (@flockaburrrd) of one of our favorite West Coast shops, Spoken Moto of Bend, Oregon. We first hooked up with Troy when he took the shots for one of favorite bikes of 2018, Spoken Moto’s mad Yamaha YZ/RD supermoto, “Zed.”
This year’s 10th annivesary show was a ridiculously good time. Below, we’ve included some of the highlights from the show.