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Feather Free Zone Unveils Its 'Orange County Choppers' Bike

Paul Teutul Sr., founder of Orange County Choppers, presented the custom-made chopper, last week. The celebration will be filmed for a future episode of the popular television show, American Chopper, which airs on the Discovery Channel.

| June 15, 2011

TINTON FALLS, NJ – Feather Free Zone unveiled its custom-built motorcycle last week, at Jenkinson’s Pavilion Restaurant and Bar in Point Pleasant, N.J. The event culminated with the bike’s formal introduction by its designer and builder, Paul Teutul Sr., of Orange County Choppers. The celebration will be filmed for a future episode of the popular television show, American Chopper, which airs on the Discovery Channel.

Feather Free Zone commissioned the building of a custom chopper to support its marketing and charitable endeavors. The bike, with a design inspired by the company’s dark, soaring logo, will appear at children’s charity events to draw attendance and raise awareness for these worthy causes.

“The success we’ve had with our other custom-chopper, Boomer-1, made this undertaking a no-brainer,” said Bob Young, co-founder of Feather Free Zone.

His co-founder, Brett Madden added, “Now with two amazing showcase bikes, we can more strongly advance our company philosophy of supporting the communities we serve.”

The black and chrome chopper, with red highlights and integrated LED lights, was ridden into the June 16th gathering by its builder, Paul Teutul Sr., founder of Orange County Choppers.

For more information about Feather Free Zone visit http://www.featherfreezone.com.

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