Five years ago I had this hair-brained idea to put on a motorcycle show for people who didn’t normally show motorcycles. It started in an old abandoned building without any permission from anyone. The only reason we had access was … Continued
The One Motorcycle Book just reached its $50k funding goal. But, money is still coming in, so Thor Drake, organizer of The One Show and proprietor of See See Motorcycles decided to issue a challenge: if funding reaches $60k, he’ll … Continued
The One Show book is three days away from deadline on Kickstarter and just $4,000 away from its $50,000 goal. Donate and you’ll be helping immortalize one of the neatest representations of motorcycle culture out there. Update: Goal reached. Thanks … Continued
The One Motorcycle Show doesn’t exist to sell bikes or insurance or gear or t-shirts. It’s just there to celebrate the motorcycle in its simplest, most creative and universal form. This year saw record attendance, with an estimated 10,000 visitors … Continued
Our good buddy Thor runs Portland’s See See Motorcycles and puts on now-annual One Show. He’s made a book around that show and wants your help selling copies. Here’s how. — Ed.
“The One Motorcycle Show is not about rules or pre-conceived notions because their is no right or wrong way to build a bike. It’s about motorcycles with a purpose and a story. It’s the opportunity to get rare, weird, old, … Continued
Portland’s The One Motorcycle Show embraces the personal, the creative and the grass roots. The idea is simple: a bunch of weirdos cobble together what they feel is the perfect “One” motorcycle. The one that can do everything they want … Continued