See See Motor Coffee Company, which operates The One Motorcycle Show held the 11th annual edition bike, art show, race, and cultural celebration of singular renown at The Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Portland, Oregon.
The iconic venue, designed by Skidmore, Owings & amp; Merrill, in 1960. It is considered a masterwork of mid-century-modern architecture and gives the One Show five times the space it had last year. The move to the 197,000 square foot venue puts hosts all events for the 2020 One Show in one place for the first time. That includes the gallery of more than 200 customized motorcycles, which is the show’s genesis, more than 50 artists, Saturday’s professional and amateur flat track races, four concerts, and more than 80 gear and apparel brands coming together to keep classic motorcycle culture alive.
Our own Authentico Caleb Owens flew up to the event as his build known as the “805 Bike” (1951 Harley Davidson Pan Head) complete restoration and customized with 805 detail.
The annual One Show ran from Friday, February 7 to Sunday, February 9, 2020. Indian Motorcycle, America’s first motorcycle company, supports the show as its headline sponsor.
The One Motorcycle Show is an inclusive showcase crafted to celebrate weird, rare, custom, classic and unconventional bikes in a way that everyone can enjoy, whether they ride or not. Started with the impulsive idea to bring together a small community of enthusiasts in underground venues of Portland, the One Show has expanded to a massive event that is heavily documented on social media and emulated around the country and admired around the globe.