Is anything better than a drafty old pickle factory full of motorcycles? Probably (not). We went back to Portland, Oregon for the eighth annual One Moto Show and it was our favorite show to date. Not only was it our first time attending the show as vendors, but the new location made room for more custom bikes than ever before. We got to spend the weekend rubbing shoulders with old friends we don't see often enough, and new ones we met at the show.
We may have lost our voices by the end of the weekend, and maybe there were a few times we could see our breath because that damned warehouse just couldn't keep the February chill out—but hot toddies from See See's coffee bar and good company made up for it.
One other thing that made this weekend so great: it was our final week with our gem of an intern, Griffin. After months of making saddle bags and tool rolls, getting ready to launch a small line of new products, and putting up with our crazy work style, the show was the perfect culmination of his hard work. We're so glad he got to see everything he labored on go out into the motorcycle culture that The One Show brings together every year.
Check out the photos below that our photographer Jenny took whenever she was able to sneak away from our booth, and scroll to the bottom to laugh your ass off at this year's video recap from See See Motor Coffee Co. & Phlewid Films.