The two bikes are worlds apart in design and votes are still coming in to crown the winner of the father-son competition, with the younger Teutul currently ahead with more than 138,000 votes. But there is one guaranteed winner in all of this, CureDuchenne.
The bikes are currently up for auction, which will end at 5:50 pm on July 31st. Current bids put the bikes in excess of $150,000 combined, all of which will be donated to CureDuchenne. The relationship between Cadillac and the non-profit started in September and since then Cadillac has been able to raise over $500,000 for them.
Paul Tuetul Sr.’s bike features a 160-hp diamond-cut and polished S&S wedge motor, large Brembo brakes, an angular frame, handlebars and lighting, and a centered rear exhaust which was inspired by the CTS Coupe. Other Cadillac design cues include a V-Series mesh tank area, V-series badges and a CTS clock on the center tank.
Paul Tuetul Jr.’s bike (picture above) is almost the polar opposite of his father’s. Junior’s bike features a more fluid design, blending curves around angular chevron design accents, side pipes and black diamond paint with the Cadillac V-Series insignia. The bike features a Crazy Horse motor, air suspension, large yellow V-inspired brake calipers, and taillights and trunk badges for a CTS sedan on a wide rear fender.