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#1 2017-11-23 9:47am

Shotgun
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1985 Hutch Trick Star

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1985 Hutch Trick Star

A little bit Race, a little bit freestyle. I Bought the frame and fork here on the museum. It was bought for a friend who changed his mind. I ended up having to purchase it after the customs fees to go  into Mexico were too high. I never thought I would own a freestyle bike, but now I own three. This Trick Star is awesome!!i


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#2 2017-11-25 5:50pm

ritchiecamaro
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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star

I really like this Tom... Even though it's a Hutch... lollollol  The 36h UKAI's on a Trickstar is a wild combination by itself... Add the Tioga Airstep bars and the knobby tires and you have yourself a for sure one of a kind racer... I love race bikes... big_smile


44t BMX Club, "Midway Chapter"... Favortie bike:1983 Schwinn Predator... Schwinn, SuperCross, Free Agent, Anlun, Mongoose and Redline PL24 fan, as long as it's not a Hutch, I'll ride it... Predator owners show your PREDATOR LOVE and post your Predators here: http://bmxmuseum.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=741107
                      Predator count: 15 (and rising)       420 for LIFE!!!

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#3 2017-11-25 5:59pm

Shotgun
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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star

I found an original blue '85 one owner Trick Star earlier this year and that is what inspired me to build this bike. The guy who owns it built it with ordinary parts that he could afford as a teen. It did not have every Hutch bell and whistle that most people put on these bikes when they build them.

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