Wednesday, May 4, 2011

American Chopper

American Chopper
Content by Mitch Osborne
This is easily one of the most interesting documentaries I've ever seen. It's basically a reality show in which camera operators follow around Paul Sr. and Paul Jr. Each of them specializes in building custom motorcycles and they have their own shops. Originally, they were a happy family all working together, but sadly they have gone their separate ways and now work apart.
Each week, on expertsatellite T.V, and watch in eager anticipation to see the finished product of a beautifully chromed and painted motorcycle. Most shows end with an unveiling of a bike they have been working on for quite some time and I'm always amazed wit! h the precision, accuracy, and uniqueness of each motorcycle once it's been completed.
Both Paul Sr. and Paul Jr. have done much work for charities and have donated motorcycles to raffle off in an effort to support many worth-while causes. They've helped children with cancer, learning difficulties, and even fulfilled the life long dreams for some who are less fortunate.
I happen to love riding motorcycles, but even if I didn't, I would still consider this a terrific T.V show. It's filled with emotion, drama, excitement, and sometimes even comedy. American Chopper is currently one of TV's most watched programs and it's easy to see why. The current season just ended, and like so many others, I am looking forward to next fall.


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