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CNG Chopper

In conjunction with Chesapeake’s 20th anniversary, the talented crew from the hit TV show “American Chopper” partnered with the company to build this natural gas-powered bike. An episode of the show covered the bike’s production process as Paul Sr. and crew visited a drilling rig and learned how natural gas can power everything from a semitruck to a custom chopper.

The bike sports Orange County Chopper’s usual 117-cubic-inch V-twin engine, six-speed transmission and belt drive. Unlike other choppers, this one features a mixer "fogger" rather than a carburetor to feed gas to the engine. In addition, the chopper’s gas gauge reads in pounds per square inch instead of gallons.

It is adorned with drillbit-inspired handlebars and a Chesapeake-inspired blue-and-green paint job.

Fuel Cylinder:
Lincoln Composites / Carbon Fiber - 3600 psi
Cylinder Cover:
OCC (painted)
S&S X-Wedge, 117 cu-in, Triple Cam Action / 3 Valve
Impco mixer (Model 110)
Air Cleaner:
K&N (Open Induction)
OCC (Chrome)
Baker 6 speed
Rigid pro-street style, mild steel
Total Length:
THRUTUBING COLUTINOS - OCC Machined, Hurricane Drill Bit
OCC Chrome
Hand Controls:
Shift Linkage:
13" OCC shift linkage (Made in USA)
Foot Controls:
OCC Accutronics
OCC logo (Silver stitching)
3 spoke with flame design (Chrome)
21 x 3.5" front tire, 300 mm rear Metzler
Head Light:
3D (Painted)
Front Fender:
OCC custom
Rear Fender:
CNG logo cut into top, with blue mesh backing and blue lights
Blue Chesapeake flame wrapping around fenders and cylinder cover. Chesapeake green splashed throughout. Chesapeake logo painted on top of cylinder cover. CNG logo painted on bottom /side of body work (both sides).
Oil Tank:
Coil Cover:
DAGGER (Chrome)
Derby Cover 1:
CHK logo with 20th Anniversary (Chrome)
Derby Cover 2:
CHK logo (Chrome)
Rear Brake Light:
Primary tail light with license plate holder


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