The One Motorcycle Show 2012
See See Motorcycles "The One Motorcycle show" has wrapped up for another year and it looks like it's getting bigger every year. Dave Friesen sent us these photos from the event (thanks buddy) plus an 11 minute videoyou can watch on the Return of the Cafe Racers facebook page. As Plato imagined a…
See See Motorcycles “The One Motorcycle show” has wrapped up for another year and it looks like it’s getting bigger every year. Dave Friesen sent us these photos from the event (thanks buddy) plus an 11 minute videoyou can watch on the Return of the Cafe Racers facebook page.
As Plato imagined a table, we imagined a motorcycle. We were thinking a lot about Mr. Plato’s words on the image of a table. The idea is perfect and the product; susceptible to elements and unknown factors, could never be perfect. The idea for us was the One Motorcycle: the stripped down, real deal, simple machine. It was then that we realized we knew a handful of motorcycle builders that in turn knew a handful of builders who all specialize in that ‘ONE’ type of bike. From there, the idea grew. Our theme for the show would be “The One Motorcycle.”
As the show grows in popularity so has the list of builders which now includes some very well known players in the custom scene. Builders displaying their motorcycles this year included Vicious cycles, Deus, RSD, Twinline Motorcycles, Union Motorcycles, 4Q Conditioning, Cheshire Motorcycles, Moto Galore, D.T.C., DJ Cycles, Joe Signs, G&H cycles, Rose City Motorcycle Museum, Holiday Motorcycles, Puddle Cutters, Icon Motorcycles, Cody Adams, Moto Czysz, Julian Farnam, Randall Swan, Dr. Brown, See See motorcycles, Delta Chop Shop plus loads more.
As with previous years a top notch photographer was invited to the event to capture the bikes and a book will be available to purchase soon. For more details and to place an order click here.
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