A comprehensive guide to Chopper motorcycles could be found on Wikipedia.

Orange County Chopers : Paul Teutul, Sr., metalworker by trade and founder of Orange County Choppers, Inc., first began his business of building custom choppers out of the basement of his home in Montgomery, NY. With the creative help and following of his oldest son, Paul Jr., the two were soon on their way to the top with the success of Paul Sr.’s first bike, “True Blue” at Daytona Biketoberfest in 1999. From that point on, Paul Sr. knew he had something and established Orange County Choppers, Inc. that same year.

West Coast Choopers : Jesse formed West Coast Choppers ten years ago and it’s taken on a life of its own. First it grew into a hand-picked 50-man team in an 18,000-square-foot shop. Today it sprawls over 250,000-square-feet in industrial Long Beach, a series of art deco warehouses that, true-to-form, were simultaneously restored and modified to house the operations. To own a West Coast Chopper puts you among the ranks of a select and lucky few–only 200 bikes have been built over the last ten years and calling them “custom” is simply redundant as each design is personalized from frame to Hell Bent exhaust, from start to finish.

Indian Larry Legacy :Indian Larry’s Inspiration was 50’s – 60’s motorcycle clubs, Ed “Big Daddy Roth” and the legendary Von dutch. The skilled machinist, metal-sculptor and master motorcycle mechanic has won countless custom shows, including the immensely popular Discovery Channel “Biker Build-off Series”, participated in motorcycle racing and originated the hard-core motorcycle style – a bled between classic choppers and hotrod race bikes. Indian Larry’s resume includes movie, video, television, and magazine spreads. His eccentric nature combined with a unique and colorful appeal has gathered great interest from media, producing a fanatic fan base.

Choppers Australia : Choppers Australia is a place where chopper builders and riders can meet, ride together and help each other… Choppers Australia exists especially to promote old school and classic choppers… but ALL styles are very welcome.

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