Cody Connelly was born on the 30th August 1987, in New York State, USA, and is a motorcycle builder, but best known to the world for his work on the reality TV series “American Chopper” (2002-2007), and “American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior” (2010-2012).
Have you ever wondered how rich Cody Connelly is, as of mid- 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Connelly’s net worth is as high as $200,000, an amount earned through his successful career as a motorcycle designer and builder, which has been active since the early 2000s, plus from his TV appearances stretching over more than 10 years.
Cody Connelly Net Worth $200,000
Cody is the oldest child born to Sean Connelly and Darci Dembeck; his sister, Tyalr was born a few years later. Cody’s love for bikes first appeared at the age of only five, when he got an XR-50 bike, and from then on he has only improved his knowledge of assembling and disassembling bikes. He started by helping his father at his garage, and when he reached his teens, he joined the Orange County Choppers, a motorcycle manufacture with headquarters in Newburgh, New York. During this time, Cody went to Valley Central High School, from which he matriculated in 2005. Thanks to the success of the store, they were picked by Discovery Channel for the new reality series “American Chopper”, but in order to further his knowledge, Cody enrolled at American Motorcycle Institute (AMI), and this education was paid for by the Orange County Choppers. After he finished his studies, Cody returned to the Orange County Choppers while he continued to work for the firm. After being a part of the “American Chopper”, and OCC, he left in 2007 and joined V-Force Customs, where he teamed up with Vincent DiMartino.
To speak further of his accomplishments, Cody designed a bike called “Cody Project”, which was eventually sold, but the worth of the sale hasn’t been revealed. Also, Cody was a part of the spin-off series “American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior”, which ran for four seasons from 2010, which also improved his wealth.
He eventually sued the OCC and its founder Paul Teutul, Sr. for fraud, breach of contract and other charges, which included the use of Cody’s brand name without his approval.
Regarding his personal life, little is known about Cody’s most intimate details as he tends to keep such information hidden from public eyes.