1. With a B.A. in psychology, Jon was the ideal candidate to handle the crazy demands of the OCC team. He does his best to keep up with the multiple simultaneous bike builds and has a knack for turning chaos into order. On breaks, Jon can often be found in the stairwells of OCC, harmonica in hand, filling the shop with soulful soloing. How many years have you been at OCC? I have worked the parts department of OCC for the past eight years. What was your favorite bike build at OCC? My favorite......  Read Full Bio »

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  1. With a B.A. in psychology, Jon was the ideal candidate to handle the crazy demands of the OCC team. He does his best to keep up with the multiple simultaneous bike builds and has a knack for turning chaos into order. On breaks, Jon can often be found in the stairwells of OCC, harmonica in hand, filling the shop with soulful soloing.

    How many years have you been at OCC? I have worked the parts department of OCC for the past eight years.

    What was your favorite bike build at OCC? My favorite build to date would have to be the Ardbeg trike. It's a beautiful beast of a bike and came with free samples of whiskey. How can you beat that?

    What was your favorite prank? When I first started at OCC and was still pretty green, I was sent to the local hardware store to pick up a bottle of "Kox polish." I've never trusted anything anyone has ever told me since -- lesson learned.

    What would the guys say is your most annoying habit? I think the guys are annoyed when I forget to pull the brake fittings. For some reason, they never make it on the build carts.

    What's the coolest thing about working at OCC? The best thing about working here are the people. After eight years, these guys are all like family to me. They are all extremely talented and genuine, and it's been a blessing to just be a part of the team.

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