Paul Jr. Designs: Cranky Ape at Daytona

Paul Jr. Designs

The star of the Discovery Channel series, "American Chopper: Senior Vs. Junior," was at Daytona Bike Week unveiling some new custom motorcycles.

Paul Teutul Jr., owner of Paul Jr. Designs, was at Daytona with his PJD staff to unveil their latest custom built motorcycle, The CrankyApe Chopper.

The bike was built for the powersport auction company, CrankyApe.com, and was built out of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle from the auction website.

The PJD CrankyApe Chopper will now be publicly auctioned at CrankyApe.com, and all proceeds will be donated to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF).

The NLEOMF is a charitable organization that generates increased public support and commemorates the service and sacrifice of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.

Brian Livingston (CrankyApe.com founder) says: "While nothing can compare to what these fallen officers have given, we hope to help gain recognition and support for such a great charitable organization whose focus is on remembering those who gave the greatest sacrifice to our communities," said Brian Livingston, who founded CrankyApe.com.

Daytona Bike Week attendees were also able to grab a quick look at another custom Paul Jr. Designs built for CrankyApe.com; these bikes will soon be brought to Minnesota, where they’ll be on display at the CrankyApe.com store.

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