Posts Tagged ‘the one motorcycle show’

The One Moto Show (video)

There were a lot of dynamic parts of the One Motorcycle Show no. 5 that I didn’t feel satisfied capturing in one frame. So this time I did something a little different and made a short video featuring highlights that really give the One show it’s uniqueness. Pandora makes a cameo (of course) and I just have to say that I’m still totally humbled by having the Monster included with so many talented and wonderful builders. Thank you Thor and everyone for including me.  Watch it through youtube: Or if you prefer… Continue Reading »

Read more »

Caught at the One Show on Saturday by Justin Coffey of Touratech USA (website) and Peanut Butter Coast (website). Lower pic left to right, Chris Herrin, Angel Dupree, myself, my mom, and Karissa Coffey. 

Read more »

The One Moto Snow

Road Trip (Part 2) Getting to the One Show (the1moto.com) this year was a bit more difficult than in the past- partially because I moved to San Diego and partially because it snowed like crazy. The first portion of my road trip was easy peasy- driving the Purple Prius Eater (my Tacoma) to San Francisco from San Diego went shockingly well. The next leg started out with rain, and ended with Pandora’s Box looking like a Ducati popsicle.  If you want to see pictures from the first leg of the road trip check… Continue Reading »

Read more »

Snowy as hell in Portland but the turn out for the first night of the One Show was amazing. I’m so stoked to have been able to bring Pandora even though the going was a little tough. I do love Portland, look at those crazy folks who rode to the show in the ~5 inches of snow.

Read more »

Road trip to the One Motorcycle Show 2014 (Part One?) – “We’re Not In SoCal Anymore!” Loaded the Monster into my (super ridiculously tall) Tacoma yesterday morning and headed out to San Francisco to meet Jensen Beeler of Asphalt & Rubber for the next leg of the trip.  Before you even start- no, hell no I’m not riding it there. There needs to be no other reason besides the safety of it- I have no want to drive through snow and sleet for the tail end of 1300 miles. I’d prefer Pandora… Continue Reading »

Read more »

The One Moto Show (Austin) is goin’ on right now… wish I was there.  More info and details on the1moto.com » (Photo montage from the MotoFactory instagram. Follow them for updates!)

Read more »

Thor’s 60k Jump

…for science! Or… for the love of moto! Or simply because it’s fun to do things that aren’t maybe the best idea. Either way, Thor raised $50,000 to bring some amazing books to print… two years of the One Motorcycle Show. To entice investors, he said he’d jump over them for another 10k. He got it. Today, he jumped ‘em.  The ramp said it all.  After a few practice jumps and wheelies… and burnouts…  It was time.  Thor is victorious. And he should be. The wheels of that dirtbike are, how you… Continue Reading »

Read more »

Thor (of See See) Jumps for 60k & the One Moto Books

Remember the posts about helping fund the One Motorcycle show books kickstarter project? Well, the crew hit their mark… so Thor upped the stakes by agreeing to “jump over all the people who pledged” if they hit 60k before time was up. Happily for us, they made it! If you’re in the Portland area you should come down to Club 21 (2035 NE Glisan St.) tomorrow (Wednesday Apr 3rd at 5p) and witness Evil Thornievel jumping a bunch of folks.  Check out the (fully funded!) kickstarter project page here… and info about the jump… Continue Reading »

Read more »

Extra, extra! Read all about it!  Go check out my feature on The One Motorcycle Show in SportBikes Inc Magazine. Photos that have not yet been released! Eleven pages of goodness! Sportbikes Inc. Magazine March Issue »

Read more »

The One Motorcycle Show Books Vol. 1 & 2

While each facet of our everyday life has it’s own culture that is constantly developing, motorcycling is one that seems to have much room to grow. We are behind the times in some areas; ideals and standards were formed and are now being broken, however more often in some regions. More evident in motorcycle racing where the rules and regulations change rather frequently and are written and formal, other pockets and cliques of motorcycle community have unspoken norms that most people adhere to. Similar to the way we build societal norms dependent… Continue Reading »

Read more »