Paul Teutul, Sr., and his son Paul of Orange County Choppers create an incredible Black Widow theme motorcycle. They battle an impossible deadline, last minute problems and each other as they race to complete this one of a kind masterpiece.
The boys from Orange County Choppers have some fun in the sun wrangling reptiles at a Florida gator farm. Then it's back to the cold reality of a New York winter where Paul Jr. dreams up a custom chopper to honor New York City's greatest heroes.
When Paul Junior's dream of completing his Firebike goes up in smoke, the O.C.C. crew hit the highway and take Daytona Beach by storm. It's 10 days of madness, mayhem and motorcycles at Bike Week, the biggest event in the world.
As soon as he gets the chance, Mikey picks up a wrench and attempts to design and build his own custom chopper. But it doesn't take long before he soon clashes with Paulie, who has his own ideas for the bike.
The OCC crew gets down to the nuts and bolts of building bikes when Paul Jr. creates a custom chopper from the tools of the trade. But disagreements and last minute delays ratchet up the tension and throw a wrench in the works.
Battle lines are drawn and accusations fly as father and son push each other to the breaking point. Tempers reach a fevered pitch when Paul Sr. tightens the screws and the deadline closes in on OCC's latest creation.
Mikey takes a joy ride down memory lane. From the blow-ups and the bikes, to the deadlines and the drama, Mikey revisits the highlights, the low points and everything in between. For more video, visit Turbo.com.
Paul Teutul Sr. and his son Paul Jr. of Orange County Choppers create an incredible Christmas-themed motorcycle -- Santa's sleigh! Paul Sr. refuses to allow grumpy crew members to ruin his jolly mood as he races to complete the one of a kind masterpiece.
This 2nd pilot episode (dubbed American Chopper II) continues in the style of the first pilot, with The Discovery Channel's Mike Rowe narrating the entire episode. Unlike the first pilot, this episode delves into how Paul Sr started the business. Senior and Junior also talk at some length about their past problems with alcohol and drugs, alongside footage of old Teutel family movies. In the shop, we see the brief first appearance of mechanic Nick Hansford (presumably hired to replace Dee Clark). The main theme of the episode is Senior taking young Cody Connelly under ...
Tensions are high and deadlines are tight as Paul Jr. races to complete the Firebike. Father and son square off in a hot tempered battle to build this motorcycle homage to New York City's firefighters.