While honoring the victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks, American Choppers star Paul Teutul Sr. took to his Instagram to post a sweet build that he was riding. He dedicated the ride to those who perished in the infamous event.
In the post, which features the American Choppers star on his bike, Paul Teutul Sr. simply captions with, “Never Forget.”
Along with the snapshot of his ride, the American Choppers alum shared on his Twitter account the Ground Zero 360 Motorcycle.
“Unveiling the Ground Zero 360 Motorcycle which was custom-built for the 20th Anniversary of 9/11. To honor the memory of those who perished that day. And all those who have since lost their lives due to 9/11-related illness. God Bless America and NEVER FORGET!”
The former reality star also tweeted, “As the state, the nation, and the world bows their head let us. NEVER FORGET”
‘American Choppers’ Paul Teutul Sr. Partners With Ground Zero 360
According to its website, Ground Zero 360 is dedicated to the firefighters and police officers who risked everything during the September 11th attacks. It is also dedicated to the victims and their families who grieve as well as the hundreds of rescue workers who traveled from afar.
“The Ground Zero 360 exhibition [was] created by Dublin artist, Nicola McClean. [It] honors the sacfice of the victims and their families of the 9/11 terror attacks,” the website reads. Ground Zero 360 gives visitors an inside look at what eight million New Yorkers were feeling in the days that followed the attacks.
Visitors are able to hear the city’s previously unreleased emergency calls from that morning. “After every human tragedy, we hear echoes of ‘never forget.’ Ground Zero 360 is a 501c3 organization that is committed to keeping the human toll of 9/11 attacks in the forefront of our consciousness.”
The ‘American Choppers’ Alum Announces Tunnel and Towers Fundraiser at His Motorcycle Restaurant OCC Roadhouse
Along with teaming up with Ground Zero 360, Paul Teutul Sr. also participated in the Tunnel and Towers 9/11 Tribute event, which took place at his Pinellas Park motorcycle restaurant, OCC Roadhouse.
During a previous interview with the Tampa Bay Times, Teutul stated that he and his partner Keith Overton are hoping the new restaurant will be just the beginning of a growing chain of chopper-theme restaurants. “I kept every piece of memorabilia over the last 20 years,” the American Choppers star explained. “The original sign when we first opened a motorcycle business. Everything you Ould possible think of.”
Teutul went on to tell the media outlet that he is still in contact with Discovery TV. This is giving fans hope that they may be able to see another American Chopper special sometime soon.