It looks like a perfect chrome and leather bike project is coming together for “American Chopper” star Paul Teutul Sr. in his latest Instagram post.
The master bike maker said he was “just finishing up the sissy bar” on Friday.
One Instagram fan said he really liked the chromed devil’s tail is real nice, while another commenter said the bike was “awesome” and he needed “to learn how to do that.”
The Florida resident is the Discovery Channel series, “American Chopper.” The star is also the founder of the Orange County Choppers American motorcycle manufacturer and lifestyle brand company.
‘American Chopper’ Star On A Charity Bike Run
On Saturday morning, Teutul Sr. and his friend Joan started off Saturday with a bike ride supporting the Athletes For Hearts charity.
The OCC Instagram page posted a video of the two leading the pack. The group went for a fantastic ride over the Skyway Bridge in support of the charity.
‘American Chopper’ Star Working And Having Fun
Paul Teutul Sr. has been keeping busy on social media and in the shot lately.
This week, the TV personality was part of the three-day Bert’s St. Pete Bikefest. He worked on getting Joany’s chopper ready for this weekend’s festival ride.
On Saturday, the “American Chopper” star hosted the Orange County Choppers Road House and Museum event in Pinellas Park and made a personal appearance.
Saturday’s music act was Night Ranger, and the bikefest also featured more than 200 cycles as part of a Full Throttle magazine event and a “vendors” row. The previous night, the band Locash pulled out due to COVID-19 event policies.
Also, this week, Teutul Sr. has some fun with his horses. He shot some Instagram video, panning back and forth between two horses while joking that they were only giving him attention because he had some snacks.
‘American Chopper’ Helping Veterans
It’s no secret that the “American Chopper” star loves helping veterans. And now that he’s moved from New York to Florida, that love is no different.
Last week, Teutul Sr. helped out with the Wounded Warriors Abilities Ranch groundbreaking. According to Patch, the charitable group created a new memorial garden at Pinellas Park’s Lurie Park.
Teutul Sr. treated the veteran group members to lunch at his Florida restaurant as part of the charity event.
The garden was the latest part of veteran Mike Delancey’s vision to help wounded military veterans.
As part of his ranch, Delancey hopes to get veterans to socialize and participate in a host of adaptive sports.
Veterans can also attend support groups and workshops, host family celebrations, and honor those fellow service members.
Delancey was hit and paralyzed by a sniper’s bullet while in Iraq, serving with the Marines in 2006. He started the nonprofit ranch in 2016 at the city-owned park.