"American Chopper" is back ... sort of. After that popular motorcycle-building reality series crashed after six seasons amidst a Teutul family feud, Paul Sr. and son Paul Jr. return as competitors. Senior and his staff continue their work at Orange County Choppers, while Junior launches Paul Jr. Designs across the street from OCC's original site. Not only that, but Paulie twists the knife even more by hiring former OCC employees, including his brother Mikey, Vinnie DiMartino, Robert "Nub" Colard and Joe Puliafico. With the battle lines drawn, who will survive by designing and building the most innovative choppers?
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Senior and Junior bond during their bike build; OCC begins working on a bike for Wildgame Innovations; PJD reveals a five-wheeled trike for Loopster.
The episode was rated 6.64 from 11 votes.
In this special episode, Junior seeks to take his company in an entirely new direction by making a custom kit for a muscle car that will be unveiled at Daytona Bike Week.
The episode was rated 6.80 from 10 votes.
The OCC crew heads up to Alaska to meet up with the Hillstrand brothers from Deadliest Catch. Then the Deadliest Catch Bike is built and unveiled at the CatchCon fan convention in Seattle.
The episode was rated 6.82 from 11 votes.
Junior and Vinnie venture into "enemy territory" to pick up the Black Widow Bike, and Senior express his frustration that he hasn't seen Mikey post-settlement. PJD assembles the FIST Bike while OCC creates the Power Probe Bike.
The episode was rated 7.09 from 11 votes.
The pressure is on at OCC and Paul Jr. Designs as both shops race to complete their bike builds in time for the famous Sturgis bike rally.
The episode was rated 7.12 from 17 votes.
PJD's 911 Memorial Bike is in more hot water than they thought. The pranks leading up to Chopper Live rev up and Sr. and Jr. hit a snag when the production bike discussions open old wounds.
The episode was rated 7.13 from 15 votes.
PJD begins a build for QUBX while OCC unveils a bike for Wildgame Innovations; father and son continue their collaboration.
The episode was rated 7.14 from 14 votes.
PJD starts a build for Jared Allen's charity while OCC works on a custom build for Supernatural Cymbals. Junior meets with lawyers to stay on top of a new lawsuit from his Dad. Mikey gets a taste of the limelight at his successful art gallery opening.
The episode was rated 7.15 from 13 votes.
Post-settlement, Senior tries to commission a painting from Mikey, but gets mixed signals from his son. OCC starts a build for Beck's, a family-owned hybrid-seed company that wants to build a reverse trike, while PJD works on a modern design for Cepheid, a medical diagnostics company.
The episode was rated 7.20 from 10 votes.
OCC and PJD arrive at Sturgis to face off for the first time to see who will have the better bike. Junior wonders whether Senior will show his support by attending one of his reveals, but Senior has no interest in seeing either of his son's first bikes.
The episode was rated 7.21 from 14 votes.
Last updated: nov 12, 2021
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