The OCC starts their latest bike with a trip to the Motor City and a tour of the Ford/Lincoln plant. This time they're building a bike in honor of Lincoln's first pickup truck. Mikey gives Senior a serious case of the giggles as the guys tour the plant.
Work continues on the Lincoln Bike. Mikey pitches in to get some extra features of the bike done and to keep the guys on schedule. Also, Jr. and crew travel to Washington, DC to visit injured troops at Walter Reed Memorial Hosptial.
Paulie challenges himself to design his best web-themed bike yet. It's the third in a series of web bikes, after the Spider Bike and Black Widow. Paulie pushes himself to the limit and creates the most outrageous bike.
Paulie finishes the final bike of the web trilogy, while Rick and Vinnie get the opportunity of a lifetime and take a ride in an F-16. Meanwhile, Mikey Sr. and crew pitch in to create a new sign for Orange County Choppers.
The OCC travels to Boston to visit Gillette headquarters for some inspiration for their Gillette-themed bike, while also getting in a close shave. When they return, the guys work on production bikes, while also making the Gillette bike.
The guys at OCC go to drag racing school in New Jersey to prepare to build a drag bike for NAPA. Junior designs a bike unlike any other, as it'll have a straight speed of 140 mph, and will be used in actual races on the quarter mile drag track.
Junior and Senior join forces to each build a bike that will be auctioned off to benefit the families of wounded and fallen troops. Senior builds an "old school" bike, while Junior builds a more modern bike, and their father-son rivalry comes out.
The guys head to Walter Reed Memorial Hospital to show off the bikes they've built to aid the wounded troops and then enlist the help of their celebrity friends to obtain items to auction off and raise more money.
The OCC heads to the Johnson Space Center in Houston to get some inspiration for a NASA-themed bike. The bike will be a tribute to the space shuttle program and a memorial to the two crews that were lost in space.
The guys of OCC take off to Cape Canaveral to watch the launch of the space shuttle Discovery for more research in building the NASA-themed bike. Back in the shop, Jr. continues to work on the bike while Sr. and Mikey build a model space shuttle together.
As Senior and Rick finish a production bike together, Senior decides to surprise Rick and tells him that the next bike that they build will be for him. Mikey comes in to help Rick, and acts as his inspiration.
On this episode of American Chopper...Fabrication continues on the Rick Bike, as the guys pitch in to finish this old school bike for Rick to keep. The bike heads to paint and Nub gets to work on the bike to give it a real old school feel.
Follow OCC as they head to Europe for a family vacation. Adventures and cultural differences await the Teutuls as they travel across the Atlantic for the first time ever. They take in sights in London, and head out on the open road in Ireland on bikes.
Follow the guys of OCC as they continue on their family vacation through the UK and France. The Teutuls head to Omaha Beach to pay their respects and learn the history behind the famous World War II site. And the guys do some riding with Ewan McGregor.
After winning the coveted "Favorite Wish Maker Award" from the Make A Wish Foundation, the guys decide to build a bike for the kids. Since it's Christmastime and the kids are coming to the shop, the Teutuls get even more into the spirit of the season...
Journey through the Teutul's family history, and find out how they got where they are today. Family photos and home movies explore Senior's childhood and his beginnings at Orange County Ironworks. Find out what happened to propel this family to stardom.