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Paul Teutul Sr. and Crew

These world famous Orange County Chopper super starts were at the Springfield Motorcycle Show greeting fans,  signing autographs and of course talking motorcycles.  Show goers were thrilled to meet the starts of CMTs television show Orange County Choppers!

Paul Teutul Sr. 

Paul Sr.

Paul Teutul Sr. started it all back in 1999 when he opened Orange County Choppers from his Montgomery, NY basement.  His vision was to build the best motorcycles around.  Little did Paul Sr. know at the time, he was destined for stardom!  Within no time at all, he become world famous for his state of the art designs and record breaking motorcycles.  Then came the Discovery Channel which in turn made Orange County Chopper a household name.  Ten seasons of American Chopper and countless builds for the rich and famous, amazing charities, and of course all their regular clientele.  Now you can keep up with all the latest happens at Orange County Choppers by watching them on Country Music Television (CMT) Channels new show Orange County Choppers.
The show airs Saturday nights at 9pm ET/PT.  Learn more about Paul Teutul, Sr. and Orange County Choppers at


Rick Petko, Christian Welter, and Evan Favaro



Rick Petko, a native of Bath, PA and a motorcycle enthusiast, joined Orange County Choppers as a fabricator and builder in July 2003. At an early age, Petko started riding – mini-bikes, go karts, three-wheelers, four-wheelers, dirt bikes and then eventually Harleys. Besides his love for bikes, Petko is also a huge Nascar fan and started his career working at the racing school at Pocono Raceway in Pennsylvania and then worked for the Hooters Pro Cup Team before joining OCC.  Rick has had his hand in some of Orange County Choppers most memorable projects like the POW/MIA bike.






Christian Welter has been with Orange County Choppers since 2002.  He is a mechanic in the shop and does a majority of the wiring and assembly work on all choppers. He also plays the drums in the OCC band.  In his spare time Christian enjoys racing motocross, snowboarding, listening to music, and playing with his German Shepard, Jersey. 





New to the team is Evan Favaro.  Evan is a creative director and fabricator at OCC.  He may look young, but Evan has lots of experience and it’s that very experience that lead him to a job with one of the most well known biks shops in the world.  As the new guy, he’s taken all the jokes and punishment that Paul Senior and the rest of the crew can dish out, but Evan has a thick skin and is fitting in at OCC.  Be sure to catch the latest happens with Evan and the rest of the guys at Orange County Choppers by watching them on CMT Saturday nights at 9pm ET/PT. 

Want to find out more about Orange County Choppers and all the amazing bikes they build before the show?  Head over to their website at




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