PRODUCERS OF AMERICAN CHOPPER SEEKING BIKE RESTORATION & SALES COMPANY FOR NEW TELEVISION SERIES

Looking  to spotlight one company that restores and flips motorcycles for a national cable network 

LOS ANGELES, September 18, 2012 – Pilgrim Studios, the producers of American Chopper (TLC), Dirty Jobs (Discovery Channel), and Fast N’ Loud (Discovery), is seeking to cast a company of fun, outgoing and even outrageous individuals who buy motorcycles, restore them to their previous glory and sell them. Does your company restore or rebuild old motorcycles? If you and your staff are top-­‐notch bike builders/restorers, have big personalities and can turn forgotten, derelict or vintage motorcycles into full-­‐throttle masterpieces, then you could have your own show on a major cable network! Maybe you hunt for old bikes in your area, spruce them up and sell them for a big profit. Maybe you’re a custom bike builder who doesn’t usually restore bikes, but you’ve got the facility and know-­‐how to do it. As long as you have what it takes, and your team has memorable, outgoing personalities, your company could be featured on its own TV show. If this sounds like you, please email producers at CycleFlippers@gmail.com with your name, the company name, location, phone number, email address, recent photos of you and your team, company website and a brief explanation of why you should be flipping bikes on your own TV show. Producers are looking to meet great builders in early October, 2012. So contact us TODAY! * For more information on Pilgrim Studios and the  producers, please visit www.pilgrimstudios.com

Construction Worker at “American Chopper” Dies

Reality television got a little too real yesterday in New York.  The AP is reporting that a 26 year old Beacon NY roofer died yesterday morning when he accidentally stepped through a hole in the roof of the building that Paul Teutal Jr. is renovating for his new motorcycle shop.

Paul Jr and Paul Sr have reportedly not spoken since the break up last year that led to Jr. being fired and leaving the once popular reality television show American Chopper.

The Learning Channel producers announced that the pair would star in a new show that would pit father against son in the motorcycle building industry and said production would begin soon, but no air date has been set.

According to the report, neither Paul Jr. or Sr.  was present at the time of the accident.  The name of the deceased is being withheld pending final notification of family members.