Get your motor running on Monday nights with the UK premiere of season 2
American Chopper, Monday 18 February, 10pm, Discovery/HD (CH 250/251). Also available for 7 days in Catch Up > Channels > Discovery
If the start of your week is missing a bit of turbo-charged anarchy, you’d better hold on tight because the American Chopper boys are back on Discovery for even more motorcycle mayhem!
Following custom bike builders Paul Teutul Senior and son Paul Junior, this raucous reality series is a modern telly phenomenon. And the new season looks like it’s going to be as bumpy a ride as ever.
The duo have some major obstacles to swerve, as they each take on big-money projects at their respective garages. Whether it’s a high-profile client who wants a last-minute change of design, or a super-charged trike that’s in danger of only having two wheels when it’s unveiled, Paul Senior and Paul Junior have their grease-covered hands full, from start to finish.
Their notoriously fractured relationship (which has spawned many amusing Internet memes) has had its share of ups and downs, but could we soon see a reconciliation between the pair? With the two Pauls teaming up on the Yankee restoration project, there’s a chance they might put their differences behind them…
The new season of American Chopper is all geared up to bring you some seriously full-throttled entertainment. But before the wheels get turning, we want to see how much you know about iconic motorcycles from the big screen. Think you recognise these mean machines? Just click on the cards to discover which movies they’re from…
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