For the first few years, there really weren’t many V-twin customs because, whether or not they intended it, they were differentiating themselves from other shows in the US. Now in their 10th year, nobody is arguing exactly how different and diverse this show is, and the chopper/cruiser room upstairs has become one of the most interesting rooms in the show. Now you casually see a 1926 H-D next to Honda two-strokes and other bizarre combinations that look totally at home here. Thor’s “little art project” has turned into one of the best moto shows in the US with hundreds of bikes, thousands of attendees, and awesome bands and races. If you haven’t checked it out, or even if you have, carve out some time in 2020 to head to Portland, Oregon—next year’s showing is already looking to be even better.