Orange County Choppers has paired up with automotive and repair trade school WyoTech, to produce a “OCC custom-built, WyoTech-branded motorcycle.”
Studying under OCC founder Paul Teutul Sr., students will participate in every aspect of the bike’s construction. The training school has several locations, and one of the regional directors commented on the partnership:
“WyoTech is proud to be associated with Orange County Choppers,” said Steve Whitson, regional vice president at WyoTech. “As the premiere custom motorcycle design shop, OCC has a long history of excellence in workmanship – a trait we strive to instill in our students.”
Teutel sounded excited about the educational initiative:
“The partnership makes perfect sense. We chose WyoTech because they are the best of the best and their students are the most highly trained in the industry,” said Paul Teutul, Sr. founder and CEO of OCC. “I can’t wait to kick this project off and see the creativity that the students bring to this unique build.”
The project will be revealed on episodes of American Choppers airing this fall.