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Orange County Choppers Articles
Cycleweird: Real Gaudy, Real Gold, The Nehmesis Road Star Chopper
One seriously wild ride.
10 May 2019
RideApart's Ten Best Articles From 2018
Let's look back on the year with these popular pieces.
28 December 2018
Paul Sr. Is Back With A New Bike-Based Business Venture
Paul Teutel, Sr. is taking OCC into the retail business.
31 October 2018
A Symphony in Steel - The Five Best Paul Jr. Bikes
Sophia defends Paul Jr. and compares him to Picasso while Jason looks on aghast in this list of her five favorite Paul Jr. builds.
03 August 2018
Paul Jr's Sturgis Buffalo Chip Custom up for Auction
Paul Jr is back and he brought with him more chopper ideas, including this striking Sturgis Buffalo chip steampunk beauty up for charity auction.
03 June 2018
The Hits Keep Coming - Paul Sr.'s Foreclosed House For Sale
Paul Sr.'s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad decade continues with the sale of his surprisingly tasteful New York country estate.
08 May 2018
Where Are They Now? OCC’s Vinnie DiMartino
Ever wonder what happened to Vinne from American Chopper?
18 April 2018
Paul Teutel Sr. Slapped with Fraud Lawsuit
Once again, the outspoken American Chopper star in hot water, this time over alleged improper use of funds invested for a new television show.
02 March 2018
OCC HQ to Become Arcade, Fun Center
The home of a once-iconic show is set to be transformed into something considerably less badass.
11 October 2017
Badass bikers resort to extreme measures to resolve dispute
Father/son duo Paul Teutul, Sr. and Jr. are putting down their incestuous homoerotic schtick long enough to resolve a disagreement the old-fashioned tough guy way: Sr. is suing Jr. over $500,000 in stock options in their novelty clothing store, Orange County Choppers. Sr. (pictured leaning on his son's flaccid penis extension) claims he had a deal with Jr. (pictured in the awful sun glasses) in wh...
28 December 2009
Orange County Choppers builds electric motorcycle, breaks the law
It looks like Siemens paid the Teutuls to build an electric chopper in order to promote the company's Smart Grid charging technology. Flagrantly violating New York's laws by failing to wear a helmet during his demo ride in an open-to-traffic Columbus Circle this morning, Paul Teutul Sr. described the experience as, "Awesome." In an apparently unnoticed ironic twist, it appears that the nearly-sile...
12 August 2009
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