Trinity Motorcycles/OCC Tulsa, a subsidiary of Trinity Restoration, has announced the addition of Orange County Choppers (OCC) to their line of custom cycles and will carry several premier models at its showroom in South Tulsa.
Trinity will begin selling OCC Motorcycles’ Limited Edition Production Bike Line on August 23 and is only the fifth authorized dealer of Orange County Choppers and OCC accessories in the United States.
The official launch of the partnership will take part on Saturday, August 23rd with an open house and bike show.
The event, scheduled to be held from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Trinity South location, 8324 E. 97th St., will include company executives, business partners, customers, employees and celebrities. Tulsa Mayor Kathy Taylor as well as Mikey Teutul, one of the founders of Orange County Choppers, are scheduled to attend. All event proceeds will benefit Cancer Sucks and the Progeria Research Foundation.
“We are very proud to be only the fifth Orange County Choppers dealer in the country,” said Trinity owner David Miller. “We have painted bikes for years and we look forward to selling and servicing custom choppers of all makes and models.”
New York-based Orange County Choppers, the premier builder of distinctive custom bikes, was founded by Paul Teutul, Sr. in 1999 in the basement of his home in Montgomery, New York.
Among the models that Trinity will carry include the Orange County Chopper SplitBack, Web, T-Rex Softail Original and Greenie models. Each bike will be hand-built in the OCC shop using all-American parts.