“American Chopper” star Paul Teutul Jr. had time to share the start of his son’s first day of school recently and threw in a joke, too.
The Paul Jr. Designs owner joked that he and his wife, Rachel, may have followed the school bus to school to ensure Hudson’s safety.
Would it be fair to say he and his wife were “chopper” parents? No need to go that far. Teutul lovingly used the hashtag #crazyparents.
Two weeks ago, Teutul Jr. shared an Instagram video of a 1955 four-cylinder Nimbus motorcycle. The bike was damaged, and its owner brought it to the motorcycle expert. Teutul had plans to rebuild it in a week.
‘American Chopper’ Star Has Airport Swag
Metropolitan Airport News recently featured a New York City area’s merchandise shop’s collaboration with Teutul Jr.
In July, Marshall Retail Group and Paul Jr. Designs would have T-shirts, hats, and hoodies sold at The Dean in LaGuardia Airport’s Terminal B. The apparel will start at $32.95.
In addition to the clothing, the retail store and Terminal B will feature four unique Teutul bikes.
Star Involved With Community
Teutul Jr. said he was looking forward to this upcoming Saturday’s Pottstown Nights Car Show. The flyer said fans would “possibly” meet the “American Chopper” star since he was the month’s honoree. Red Horse Motoring Club is a major backer of the event.
The town shuts down eight blocks for the show. The show is free to the public.
In a video for the upcoming event, the town prides itself on being a top “cruising” town in America. Classic cars and rebuilt cars are part of the show.
‘American Chopper’ Star Celebrates Anniversary
Teutul Jr. recently celebrated his 11th anniversary to Rachael Biester Teutul with an Instagram picture.
According to Biographypedia, the couple married on Aug. 10, 2010, in the boathouse chapel at the beach of the Bonnet Island Estate, New Jersey.
The couple has one son, who was born in February 2015.
While he is the founder, owner, chief designer, and fabricator of Paul Jr. Designs, Rachael is the vice president. The Montgomery, N.Y. company began in 2010.
Biographypedia also said Rachael owns fashion shop “Oliver Anne Boutique” as of 2019. The Hudson Valley store sells faux fur coats, other women’s clothes, accessories, and various cosmetic tools, such as face rollers, masks, etc. It opened in 2014.
In a Middletown Times Herald-Record story, Teutul Jr. said he helps out by setting up the merchandise at times. The couple took part in General Montgomery Day that year. Teutul Jr. is a lifelong resident of the area.
Hotcars.com reported that Junior has branched out into apparel with his shop. Blizzard Entertainment and Paramount have done business with Junior.