‘American Chopper’: Paul Teutul Sr. Shares Video of Son Mikey Performing Karaoke with Hilarious Caption

by Matthew Memrick
(Photo by SGranitz/WireImage)

Former “American Chopper” star Mikey Teutul got a little karaoke time in, and dad, Paul Sr., had a blast showing it to his fans.

Senior captioned the video, “Might not be a bike builder, but he sure could hold a tune.”

Mikey Teutul sang his rendition of American singer Dean Martin’s “That’s Amore.” 

Sorry, Senior. But if you close your eyes and use your imagination a little, it could sound a little like how you’d sing it, too.

The Instagram video got over 19,000 views this week.

On Thursday, Teutul Sr.’s company, Orange County Choppers, posted a Happy Thanksgiving photo for the fans.

It’s Not The First Time Mikey, Senior Sang A Little

The “American Chopper” cast members had some fun in a 2020 rock video for Frei.Wild.

The platinum award-winning, chart-topping, Italian, German-speaking rock group partnered with stars Paul Teutul Sr., Mikey Teutul, and longtime associated Alex Franco for the band’s “Brotherhood” album. The group formed under the name Brüder4Brothers.

Initially, band members met the “American Chopper” stars at a 2018 dinner during a Harley in the Show event in Ridnaun, Italy.

The video featured New York City, rock music, and motorcycles going down an open road. All of that is the natural habitat for the “American Chopper” stars, anyway.  

Father, Son Share A Fun Bond

In September, the father and son duo had some shocking fun at the OCC shop in Florida. Over the years, the two have pranked each other, and it was another moment of yucks for shop members.

Senior posted some video of himself getting pranked with a small toy gun. Mikey encouraged his dad to squeeze the trigger, and then we see the magic of dad getting shocked. It prompted some laughter from the young son in the background laughing.

Paul Teutul Sr. Fun At Bike Week

Last week, the “American Chopper” star participated in the Bert’s St. Pete’s Bike Fest week in Florida.

To start Saturday morning, Teutul Sr. led a group of motorcycle riders on a trip across the Skyway Bridge. The bike ride supported the Athletes For Hearts charity. 

In another Instagram clip, Teutul Sr. and his friend Joanie lead the pack as they go to the 4.14-mile bridge.  

Later that Saturday, the “American Chopper” star hosted an Orange County Choppers Road House and Museum event in Pinellas Park and appeared to meet fans.

Before Saturday’s run, the master bike maker showed off one of the bikes he rode on the bridge, captioning a photo with “just finishing up the sissy bar.” 

It was a big week for Senior, who started the week with a short Instagram clip as he horsed around with a couple of ponies. The man shot a quick video, panning back and forth while playfully asking if they wanted snacks.