Even before its limited edition line of production bikes hit dealer floors, Orange County Choppers says that it's beefing up the offering with two additional models. OCC dealers will now have six different bikes to stock.
Joining the party is the OCC Pro-Street and the OCC Bagger. The former is a softail powered by a 124 cu. in. S&S motor and featuring a Baker RSD transmission and 300mm Metzler ME880 rear. The latter is the shop's own version of a traditional bagger set into a Rolling Thunder frame. OCC isn't saying much about the bike's motor but says it'll be a "completely unexpected engine surprise."
OCC in mid 2007 announced its plans to sell the line of production bikes through a small dealer network. The first models unveiled were the Splitback, the Original, the Greenie and the Web.
The Teutuls, shop founders, legendary TV madmen and father-son duo, Paul Sr. and Paul Jr., said the move was an effort to reestablish a presence in the motorcycle industry after rising to fame with "American Choppers."
The new bikes will make their debut in February at the V-Twin Expo in Cincinnati.