The tenth annual display of custom motorcycles known as the One Moto Show will be held in Portland from Feb. 8 to 10 at 900 North Columbia Boulevard.
This year's show will feature over 200 custom motorcycles, art, food, beer and more. It is sponsored by Indian Motorcycles, America's first motorcycle company, and will feature an Indian FTR 1200 designed and customized by show founder Thor Drake.
The One Moto Show was conceived by Drake, owner of See See Motor Coffee Co., as an event for friends who share a passion for motorcycles. The first show was hosted 10 years ago in an old abandoned foundry in Portland. It has since grown into a one-of-a-kind motorcycle show known for showcasing a variety of unique, unconventional bikes and serving as a gathering place for motorcycle enthusiasts from all over the world.
"Thor Drake is a pioneer in the motorcycle industry, continuously challenging the status quo and inspiring ingenuity within our community," said Reid Wilson, Senior Director for Indian Motorcycle. "As a brand that has always strived to push motorcycling forward, partnering with Thor and The One Moto Show is a natural fit for us."
Drakes' motorcycle will also be raced at the One Pro Super Hooligan Race at the Salem Indoor Speedway on the night of Feb. 9.
For more information and to buy tickets for both events, go to www.the1moto.com
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