The guys of OCC have their work cut out for them with two new projects: a B-2 Bomber bike for Northrop Grumman and one for the NHL. The company's foundation is rocked as Paul Sr. and Paul Jr. go head to head in a no hold's barred argument.
To mark the occasion of OCC's 10th anniversary, Sr. designs a bike for the masses. He also appears on some late night talk shows in order to promote his new book. Meanwhile, Jr. is working on opening a women's fashion boutique with his girlfriend, Rachel.
Jr. & Sr.'s relationship is rocky at best, and now that Jr. is no longer an employee of OCC, Paul Sr. tries his best to make amends. He invites Jr. and Mikey up to his house to work on a Triumph Bike, not for a client, but just for fun.
Paul Sr. is out of the shop as he continues to promote his new book on some popular talk shows. In order to keep the production of the Mt. Creek bike running smoothly, he calls Jr. in as a consultant to help out.
The guys from OCC head to Howe Caverns to face their fears and explore some caves deep under ground. While Paul Jr. continues his work as a consultant for OCC, he sets his sights on his own projects outside the shop.
In an effort to continue their business expansion, OCC partners up with industry giant Ducati. The guys in the shop put their unique spin on one of these Italian bikes as they prepare to celebrate at OCC's four day long 10th anniversary bash.
Jon Gosselin, of the hit TLC series Jon & Kate +8, has commissioned the guys at OCC to build him a bike. To get a better idea of how the father of 8 wants his bike to look, the Teutuls take a trip to Jon and Kate's house to see how the family of 10 live.
OCC lands an important international client as they are hired to build a bike for the Abu Dhabi police department. Seeing a good business opportunity, Sr. travels to the Middle East in an attempt to expand OCC's international reach.
The guys at OCC put their skills to the test as they attempt to build the first natural gas powered chopper. While Jr. is busy getting his new company off the ground, Mikey questions his relationship with his father and his role at Orange County Choppers.
Life at OCC is forever changed now that Jr. and Mikey have been squeezed out of the business. Even with all the drama, the guys must forge ahead as they build a bike for the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe.
Even though things are tense between Paul Sr. and his sons the three of them decide to put their differences aside to make an appearance on CNN's ?Larry King Live'. Paul Jr. heads to the mid-west to make his first solo appearance now that he's left OCC.
The Teutul dynasty is crumbling and the guys are struggling in the face of an uncertain future. OCC takes on a one of a kind electric chopper build for Siemen's Electric company. Meanwhile, JR. continues to work on building his new company.
OCC has been commissioned to build a chopper for medical transport company Ornge. The team struggles to figure out how to build a sidecar capable of carrying the same kind of stretcher found in an ambulance. Jr. works on a project for Paul Jr. Designs.
OCC has been commissioned to build a bike for Mark Buerle of the Chicago White Sox. Mark pitched a perfect game, and his wife wants to surprise him with a special gift, an OCC chopper. Jr. continues working on a project for his biggest client Coleman.
OCC is asked to build a bike for the Iraq Star Foundation which provides US soldiers injured in Iraq and Afghanistan with free reconstructive surgery. Kristy Swanson, Gary Sinese, Jon Voight and other Hollywood stars turn out to support the cause.
OCC has been commissioned to build a custom chopper trike for a private client. Sr. learns that Mikey is in rehab and having battled his own drug and alcohol related demons he wonders if there is any hope of salvaging their strained relationship.
Mikey is back from rehab and ready to make amends. Jr. meets with John Byrnd Jr. about the possibility of designing a new brand campaign for Johns indy racing team. OCC builds a Black Widow Bike for Pool champion Jeanette Lee aka 'The Black Widow'.