Orange County Choppers begins a new chapter as they break ground on a massive, new world headquarters and Paul Sr. challenges Paul Jr. to a build-off that will determine the future of OCC's next dealership bike.
OCC goes online for their latest project, a high-tech, low-slung chopper for Go Daddy.com. As the bike design gets underway Jason Pohl and Paul Jr. can't agree on the project's direction, forcing Paul Sr. to step in and keep this build on track.
It's business as usual as OCC continues on their chopper for GoDaddy.com. With the bike out to paint, Mikey and Sr make it a father-son day at the racetrack, where Mikey lets his hair down and shows off his skills to Indy car driver Danica Patrick.
OCC boots up their latest custom chopper - a computer-themed creation for the HP Corporation. With the build underway, the OCC crew makes a call to the tattoo artists of "Miami Ink" to discuss getting some new tattoos.
OCC continues on their computer themed chopper for the HP Corporation. Meanwhile, Ami and Chris from Miami Ink continue their custom body art on Sr. and Beth. The guys encounter problems at the bike's reveal and Sr. narrowly avoids a mishap.
OCC amps it up as they start on their latest custom creation - a guitar-themed chopper for Peavey Electronics. But when Sr. brings in a second build, for the Go Fast Energy Drink company, the work piles up and the company's resources are spread thin.
OCC dresses up and enters the high-tech world of embedded technology as they build a custom chopper for the Intel Corporation.? ? With an onboard computer and a V Quad motor, the guys are faced with new challenges that stretch their bike building skills.
OCC's triple build continues, as the crew enters the back 9 on the three EDS / Byron Nelson Championship Bikes. Last minute delays with chrome threatens to stall progress, and has Sr. looking for some straight answers.