The One Motorcycle Show, 2013The One Motorcycle Show doesn't exist to sell bikes or insurance or gear or t-shirts. It's just there to celebrate the...

The One Motorcycle Show doesn't exist to sell bikes or insurance or gear or t-shirts. It's just there to celebrate the motorcycle in its simplest, most creative and universal form. This year saw record attendance, with an estimated 10,000 visitors spread over three days.

Deus Ex Machina shot this video.

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Top notch eye candy in the form of both motorcycles and photography was plentiful- like the photography of Ray Gordon for THROTTLED and this springer fork 1969 Triumph T-100.

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Adults and children alike were asked to make their mark on this Smoking Seagulls motorcycle creation.

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Beautiful, rare, and vintage bikes were scattered amongst custom motorcycles.

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Roland Sands had multiple bikes at the show including this blacked out Sportster.

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Awards were given to bikes in different categories including "It's European!," "Italian Medallion," and "Can I Take it for a Spin?".

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Bikes from Icon Motosports made their appearance at the show.

The One Motorcycle Show, 2013
Deus ex Machina's "Sevenish"- commissioned by a motion picture helicopter pilot who worked on Bond movies.

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Some bikes flirted with the line between present and future.

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Outside, the show seemed to continue.

The One Motorcycle Show, 2013
Chrome Industries backed their van up into the show and provided commemorative tattoos.

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Mechanical creativity was just as evident.

Alicia is a journalist, photographer and social media specialist working in Portland. You can see many, many more photos on her website, MotoLady.