V-Force Customs To Unveil First Custom Bike During Daytona Bike Week

Vinnie DiMartino and Cody Connelly, founders of V-Force Customs, will introduce their first custom bike since leaving the popular television series “American Chopper” when they appear at Daytona bike week February 29, 2008. DiMartino and Connelly will begin a year-long 12-rally tour when they join Rob Hassay’s ProTour on February 2nd in Cincinnati, Ohio at the V-Twin Expo.  Company plans to give away bike to one lucky winner after year-long inaugural rally tour..  “This gives Vinnie and me our first chance to get away from the shop but more importantly it allows us to visit with everyone and personally thank and shake their hands” Connelly said.  “Then we’ve got to rush back to the shop to get the bike finished for Daytona,” DiMartino added.  At each event people can register to win this inaugural bike, which will then be awarded to one lucky winner at Daytona bike week, 2009. To learn more about V-Force Customs, get updates on personal appearances and list of sponsors of this first bike, visit V-Force Customs.

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16 Responses to “V-Force Customs To Unveil First Custom Bike During Daytona Bike Week”


  1. 1 ROGUE Jan 13th, 2008 at 8:58 am

    I expect to see some good thing from these two young men.
    Building the bike and going on tour will also help in more people knowing what they are doing.
    I for one wish them success!

  2. 2 madpuppy Jan 13th, 2008 at 11:29 am

    Good luck and best wishes guys!

  3. 3 gustian Jan 13th, 2008 at 7:47 pm

    Good luck to them,
    looking forward to see the “product” of their minds.

  4. 4 rodent Jan 13th, 2008 at 7:58 pm

    You’re the best….Good Luck!!!

  5. 5 Bill Eilertsen Jan 15th, 2008 at 6:11 am

    Cool! Best of luck from Norway!

  6. 6 Jack McIntyre BIKERPICS.ORG Jan 16th, 2008 at 11:09 am

    i SPENT YESTERDAY WITH VINNIE & CODY SHOOTING THE NEW SHOP, THE TWO OF THEM GOOFIN’ AROUND, AND VINNIE’S FAMILY. I’LL TELL YOU WHAT, THESE GUYS ARE DOWN TO EARTH FRIENDLY WITH A DESIRE TO BUILD WHAT COMES TO THEM, NOTHING SPECIFIC, BUT IF IT MOVES IT WILL MOVE FASTER WHEN THEY GET THROUGH WITH IT. I WILL SHORTLY BE POSTING SOME OF THE SHOTS AS MANY OF THEM ARE GEARED FOR MAGAZINES DURING BIKEWEEK. I ALSO DROVE PAST OCC’S NEW PLACE (IMAGE ON BIKERPICS.ORG), THE BUILDING IS OUT OF THIS WORLD NICE.

    GOOD LUCK VFORCE!!!

    JACK BIKERPICS.ORG

  7. 7 Peter Jan 16th, 2008 at 11:31 am

    Hey, jack. It’s improper to write with all caps on. On the internet, it’s the equivalent of screaming! And I am sure you were not. In addition, it’s much mre difficult to read and don’t look nice. You are a photographer….

  8. 8 jehovah Feb 14th, 2008 at 10:56 pm

    Best of luck to both of you. Anyone with a brain could figure out the success of OCC. Two words: Vinnie and Cody!

  9. 9 Trac Feb 15th, 2008 at 1:29 am

    I CANNOT BELIEVE WHAT I AM HEARING. ANYONE WITH A BRAIN WOULD KNOW IT WAS PAULY JR BEHIND THE SUCCESS OF OCC. HE IS THE ONE WHO HAD THE ARTISTIC SIDE TO MAKING THOSE BIKES. YEA VINNIE IS GOOD BUT HE IS NOT INDIAN LARRY! SECOND, CODY KNOWS WHAT HE KNOWS BECAUSE PAULY SR GAVE HIM THE BASICS AND HE LEARNED ON THAT. I EVEN SAW THAT ON ONE OF THE EPISODES!!! I WISH THEM BOTH WELL BUT THEY BETTER REMEMBER HOW AND WHERE THEY STARTED, THAT WAS BECAUSE OF OCC!!!!

  10. 10 Doc Robinson Feb 15th, 2008 at 8:45 am

    Hey Jack McIntyre, where exactly is the OCC pic on your site?

  11. 11 Ryan Mar 1st, 2008 at 1:12 pm

    has anyone seen the new V-Force custom yet?

  12. 12 shawn Mar 13th, 2008 at 11:50 pm

    vinny did the heavy lifting…….best part of OCC bikes…the paint and they don’t even do that

  13. 13 tigger Apr 6th, 2008 at 7:54 pm

    hey vinnie ,so great wish you all the luck in the world you deserve it ,i got to meet you and mickey at the cherokee casino in tulsa ok. it was my 29 birthday and my dad drove me to tulsa 2 and a half hours away from where i live cause he knew i was a huge fan ,and now im a huge V-force fan

  14. 14 shomz Feb 3rd, 2009 at 9:23 am

    I used to love watching American Chopppers, not anymore. It used to be fun watching Jr. create master pieces now he doesn’t do anything, Jason does all the designing on a computer then they build it. OCC has lost their creative sparkle that made them so famous. The show hasnt been the same since Vinny left.

  15. 15 Ed Feb 14th, 2009 at 9:01 am

    Good luck Viinnie and Cody!!
    I hope you guys will have your own show on TV so we can see your progress as you get your business going. It will be nice to see a show that will be fun and have good values instead of seeing a show of a disfunctional family.
    In this bad economic times I want to see a show that is fun and uplifting.
    I know you will suceed because on yout talents.
    Ed

  16. 16 58ImpalaTony Mar 16th, 2011 at 8:16 pm

    Hey I’m looking foward to becoming a customer and buying one of this customs bikes or bulding my own and maybe one of this days riding along with ” the brother hood ” sweet and may the ” force ” be with you all you brother. 58ImpalaTony in California

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