American Chopper: Senior Vs Junior
Avon Motorcycle Tires North America has reached out to the famed motorcycle reality show, American Chopper: Senior Vs. Junior.
The Reeve Foundation will be featured on the TLC TV show American Chopper this Thursday, January 7th, at 9 p.m. ET.
Paul Teutul Sr. and the crew from Orange County Choppers (OCC) have built a motorcycle for the Reeve Foundation. And this motorcycle is like no other chopper ever built. It is a trike-bike chopper that is custom built for wheelchair access!
The Siemens Smart Chopper, Orange County Choppers’ first custom electric motorcycle featured on American Chopper, is being donated to a charity organization, but which organization it will be is up to you! Since first unveiled in August, the Siemens Smart Chopper has been touring the country, participating in trade shows and events with Siemens.
OCC Band Recording
Click video to watch a clip from the American Chopper episode featuring the Paul Senior and the OCC Band. While recording the record they are at the same time building of the OCC Band custom motorcycle. You can buy the CD or enter to win the OCC Band custom bike at www.occrocks.com.
Orange County Choppers, the ambitious custom motorcycle brand, is proud to present OCC ROCKS, a winning classic rock compilation CD, curated by OCC founder Paul Teutul, Sr., star of the hugely successful television show American Chopper. The second show of the new season, airing on TLC on Thursday, October 29 at 9PM ET/PT, will be focused on the making of the album and the creation of a custom theme bike for the album. OCC ROCKS hits stores on October 27, and features three new tracks by OCC: The Band, includingone showcasing Paul Sr.’s chops on "Summertime Blues."
Not long ago, when the Discovery Channel was more concerned with grasshoppers than American Chopper, the notion of a Blue Chip corporation, such as Xerox, taking a ride with a couple of bikers from Oakland, Calif. to market their high-end office equipment might have been charitably viewed as an uneasy alliance.
Teutuls head west.
Ness Signature Edition Motorcycle
When Polaris industries launched Victory Motorcycles in the mid-1990s, the upstart did not exactly cause The Motor Company to quake in its engineer boots. Polaris made snowmobiles, personal watercraft and ATVs—scarcely a threat to the primacy of the big boys in Milwaukee. In 1998, Victory introduced the first all-new, mass-production, American-made street bike in over 60 years. Despite listless sales, Polaris persisted, knowing that something big was on the horizon.