2022 One Moto Show Gallery

The best custom motorcycles from Portland’s 13th annual One Show.

As always, the diversity of custom bikes on display at the One Moto Show is one of its biggest strengths.Erik Jutras

All at once it seems custom motorcycle shows are back. Following the recent Handbuilt Show in Austin, Texas, bike fans flocked to the West Coast for the world renowned One Moto Show in Portland, Oregon. Now in its 13th year, One Moto is a beacon of motorcycle culture attracting people from all walks of two-wheeled life and highlighting all types of custom motorcycles from minis to megas. As expected, the show hosted thousands of attendees there to view hundreds of the most expressive custom bikes in the world. The result was an amazing weekend of art, music, and all things moto.

Attendees wait to enter the 13th annual One Moto show.Erik Jutras
The 2022 One Show took place in the historic Zidell Barge Building in the middle of Portland.Erik Jutras

The One Show is hosted by the crew of See See Motor Coffee in the historic Zidell Barge Building on South Waterfront, originally a ship building venue. The building is a massive space filled with natural light, and the huge open ceiling makes it feel even larger. Festivities kicked off Friday morning at 9 and continued until Sunday evening.

Makoto Endo paints historic engines in front of the crowd at the One Moto Show.Erik Jutras
1986 Suzuki GSX-R by Victor Wilkens (right).Erik Jutras

Live music was provided by Danava, Spoon Benders, The Shivas, and many more. Outside of the venue, Aaron Colton, the Cossacks, and the Dust Motor Show each delivered their unique brand of two- and occasionally one-wheeled entertainment.

The diversity of bikes on display has become the One Moto Show’s trademark, and this year was as incredible as ever. More than 250 motorcycles were brought into the barge building, ranging from classic restorations to far-out customs to handmade feats of engineering, including an oxygen-powered motorcycle that looks like it could live underwater.

Turbo Ducati 848 by Moto Vera Co.Erik Jutras

After so much time away, it’s amazing to go back to the One Show, see our old friends, and experience the motorcycle community like this again. A big thanks to See See for always throwing a top-level show. For more information on next year’s event, check seeseemotorcycles.com.

1997 Harley-Davidson XL1200 by Dakota Ford.Erik Jutras
The section of the One Show dedicated to custom Honda Groms and Navis.Erik Jutras
2022 Hypermono 600cc single by Cosentino Engineering.Erik Jutras
1971 Norton Commando by Rebecca Rust.Erik Jutras
Justin Boyd’s Cyberpunk Bike. Check out that rear wheel.Erik Jutras
Cory Burkhart’s race-ready 1981 Honda Passport.Erik Jutras
Custom-painted gas tank on the Icon 1000 Yamaha.Erik Jutras
KTM Duke 890 by Super Hooligan racing champion Andy DiBrino.Erik Jutras
Bikes from the Icon stunt show waiting in the stables until their next performance.Erik Jutras
A 1971 BMW R75/5 built by Grant Irish.Erik Jutras
V-twins and choppers line the walls of the barge building.Erik Jutras
Honda CBR900 and Honda Cub from Icon 1000.Erik Jutras
Inside the Hypermono by Cosentino Engineering.Erik Jutras
The Flying Cossacks prepare for the riding pyramid.Erik Jutras
See See not only owns a coffee shop in Portland, but also a nearby KTM dealership.Erik Jutras
This Triumph cafe racer by Dustin Kott will be delivered to actor Ryan Reynolds after the One Show.Erik Jutras
Who could hate on a stanced mini Street Van, especially with a name like “Lil’ Sergey”?Erik Jutras
“Dante’s Inferno” by Corey Mauck of Aero Precision Metal Works.Erik Jutras
Scooters and minibikes are only a small part of the One Show, but the creativity on display among these smaller machines never fails to impress.Erik Jutras