Paul Jr. Designs Bikes First Photos

Since the already shaking father-son relation degenerated on the Discovery Channel and led to the separation of the two Teutuls, all the eyes of the custom motorcycle world turned to the new company founded by Teutul Jr., Paul Jr. Designs.

Now, not one, but two bikes have been revealed at the 70th anniversary of the Sturgis Rally. According to Paul Jr., the bikes are the result of the work he started back in 2009, when he went on and set up the new company.

The bikes, caught on film by Shooter Images, show quite a bit of resemblance with two other motorcycles designed by Orange County Choppers: the spider bike and the one built for Geico Insurance.

Some of you have already got the chance to see the bikes as they were built during the Senior Vs. Junior show aired by
TLC. Apparently, the guys behind the American Chopper series found yet another way to squeeze some audience and new shows from the two Teutuls by having them compete against each other in the custom bike building world.

As for the things which led to the separation, we've all seen the tension mounting up episode after episode in the six seasons of the series. It all began to go South last year, when Paul Teutul Jr. left the company to start Paul Jr. Designs.

In December 2009, following the rupture, Paul Teutul Sr. filed a lawsuit against his son, saying he had an agreement to purchase the stock Paul Junior held in OCC.

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Daniel loves writing (or so he claims), and he uses this skill to offer readers a "behind the scenes" look at the automotive industry. He also enjoys talking about space exploration and robots, because in his view the only way forward for humanity is away from this planet, in metal bodies.
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