03 Jun


template_finaleDave Bolland presented a custom-built Blackhawks Orange County Chopper to Josh Holleb of Highland Park, IL.

The Blackhawks, in conjunction with the Special Kids Network and the Orange County Choppers Foundation, raffled off the bike throughout the 2010-11 regular-season, with over 1,000 tickets purchased. Holleb won the drawing live on the WGN-TV Morning News in April.  Proceeds from the raffle benefitted the Chicago Blackhawk Charities, the Orange County Choppers Foundation and the Special Kids Network.

The Blackhawks logo is displayed on the gas tank, which is autographed by players and coaches of the Stanley Cup Championship team.   The bike’s rims emulate hockey sticks and pucks and the handlebars depict the taped butt-end of a hockey stick. Sponsored by Aaron Equipment Company, Inc, the bike was on display at several Blackhawks home games at the United Center and at various locations around Chicago throughout the season.

Chicago Blackhawk Charities supports programs and institutions throughout Illinois that work toward creating a better tomorrow for the youth of today. An independent non-profit organization, the Special Kids Network was created to provide funding for programs that help children and young adults with special needs. The philanthropic arm of Orange County Choppers, the OCC Foundation designs tribute bikes and undertakes charity builds in support of families in need, American men and women in the armed services, and others.

15 Apr

….And The Winner Is?

Josh Holleb from Highland Park was the winner of the Chicago Blackhawks Chopper raffle, which was drawn on the WGN Morning News by Hall of Fame ambassador Stan Mikita. More than 1,000 raffle tickets were purchased for a chance to win the bike designed by the famed Orange County Choppers.

The bike features the Blackhawks logo displayed on the gas tank, which is autographed by players and coaches of the Stanley Cup Championship team.

Tickets for the raffle were sold at all regular season Blackhawks home games starting Oct. 13, 2010 and other venues in the Chicagoland area. Proceeds from the raffle will benefit Chicago Blackhawk Charities, the Special Kids Network and the Orange County Choppers Foundation.



13 Dec

Watch American Chopper on Discovery Channel

templateBoth tempers and pucks are sure to fly when American Chopper takes to the ice with the 2010 Stanley Cup championship hockey team. Tune to watch Paul Teutul Sr. step up to the red line and pull off a thrilling slap shot of his own when he unveils the Chicago Blackhawk Chopper. Signed by the Blackhawks hockey team, this Orange County Chopper custom built bike will transform lives when it’s raffled off for charity. December 13th and 20th … only on Discovery.

Episode 10: Chicago Blackhawks Bike Part 1 and Bling Star Bike Part 2
Premiering Monday, December 13

OCC gets a bike build for the Chicago Blackhawks to celebrate winning the Stanley Cup. However, a miscommunication leads to the crew scrapping the build and starting over from scratch. At PJD, Odi continues to take the lead on the Bling Star quad build. But when a part goes missing, Odi is frustrated and has trouble dealing with the situation. Mikey meets with a therapist and decides to attempt to reconcile with his father, but only if Senior first meets with a therapist. Senior refuses, and finds his world comes crashing down when his dog Gus must be rushed to the emergency room.

Episode 11: Chicago Blackhawks Bike Part 2 and Carolina Carports Bike Part 1
Premiering Monday, December 20

The OCC crew continues building the Blackhawks bike while Junior meets with representatives from Carolina Carports who want PJD to build a bike for their company. Later, Senior makes an important decision agreeing to meet with a therapist for Mikey.

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