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A Visit To Orange County Choppers
  I watch the TV show "American Chopper" all the time and wanted to see this place for myself! Since I knew Newburgh wasn't that far of a drive from Albany, I hopped in my rental car and made the trip down the Thruway to visit the world headquarters of Orange County Choppers! I personally do not own a motorcycle but have always enjoyed watching these bikes get built! Here are some photos taken while I visited their headquarters! The bikes you see here are only a sample of what's on display. The facilities include a full souvenir shop and some bike parts are sold here as well. Enjoy!!!
The main entrance of OCC's world headquarters in Newburgh, NY.
A wide-angle view of the entire facility which includes their shop.
Nice brickwork!!!
Inside the actual shop!
There is a shop floor viewing area, you may see bikes being built or the show being taped while
you're there but today was a Sunday and there was no taping, nor anyone in the shop.
Another view of the shop floor.
The New York Police Department bike with a side car!
The NASA bike.
The Lincoln Mark LT bike. This was a bike OCC built for the debut of a now defunct
Lincoln Pick-Up Truck based on the Ford F-150.
The POW-MIA bike.

The Black Widow Bike with a statue of Paul Sr. in the background. This was OCC's first build!

The New York Jets bike.
The New York Yankees bike.
The New York Giants bike.
The Fire Department of New York bike on display in the back of the store.
This bike was dedicated to all the firefighters who lost their lives on 9/11.
If Santa used a bike instead of a reindeer-powered sleigh, this would be it!

Paul Teutul Jr. now has his own company based in nearby Rock Tavern, NY.
This is his shop, it was also closed when I took this photo.