It could be a do or die as John Shope risks it all to re-design the New Indian--a bike he barely knows. All of the builders (except Jenkins) take part in the "Bike Builders Showcase." Later, Kody and Len both shift into high gear trying to build bikes for a highly anticipated debut at the famous Daytona Bike Week.
Azzkikr Customs goes for the gold at Daytona and unveils its first ever American made bike. Confronted by the criticism that he is growing stale, Yaffe announces he's come up with a brilliant idea for a new bike and will do something unprecedented: unveil the bike on a stage amidst the spectacle of Arizona Bike Week. Kody deals with the fallout of missing the deadline for Daytona but has one more chance to prove himself to a top customer.
Our five guys finally finish their bikes and head to the Motorcycle Mechanics Institute in Phoenix, where a hundred Harley students and panel of experts will decide on who is really the baddest builder.
In Biker Battleground Phoenix on HISTORY®, buyers pay upwards of $150,000 for a fully customized bike, so the country's top motorcycle builders compete viciously to give themselves and their shops the ultimate edge.
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The world's largest biker bar is open for only 10 days a year in August. This summer Mike Ballard has to try and turn a profit at the Full Throttle Saloon during the 71st annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. He has to control his eccentric - and sometimes thieving - staff of bartenders, and dancing girls while the Throttle hosts big name concerts, burlesque shows, and other biker-friendly acts.
Orange County Choppers follows the highs and lows of legendary custom motorcycle manufacturer, Paul Teutul, Sr. and his team. As they build premiere motorcycles for high-end clients, these guys work hard but play even harder, with their explosive pranks.