1. Rick has been riding anything with wheels and a motor for as long as he can remember. He started off with mini-bikes, go-karts, three-wheelers, four-wheelers and dirt bikes and graduated to Harleys when he got older. He's also a big fan of NASCAR. How many years have you been at OCC? I've worked at OCC for 10 ˝ years now. What was your favorite bike build at OCC? My favorite bike was the POW-MIA, which was an early build for me here at OCC. I was able to put my cousin's name in the paint.......  Read Full Bio »

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  1. Rick has been riding anything with wheels and a motor for as long as he can remember. He started off with mini-bikes, go-karts, three-wheelers, four-wheelers and dirt bikes and graduated to Harleys when he got older. He's also a big fan of NASCAR.

    How many years have you been at OCC? I've worked at OCC for 10 ½ years now.

    What was your favorite bike build at OCC? My favorite bike was the POW-MIA, which was an early build for me here at OCC. I was able to put my cousin's name in the paint. He was killed in Vietnam, and his name is on the wall in D.C.

    What was your favorite prank? My favorite pranks are always blowing things up, especially when there is someone involved who doesn't know it's coming.

    What would the guys say is your most annoying habit? My most annoying habit is always wanting to help out with everything, even when not asked to.

    What's the coolest thing about working at OCC? Some of the coolest things about working here are just being able to do things most people only dream about: flying in the F16, bobsledding at Lake Placid, driving at all the different race tracks, going out on the Time Bandit in Alaska, flying in private jets around the country and building some really cool bikes for people around the world.

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