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#1 2011-04-27 12:16am

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1985 Hutch Trick Star XL 22

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1985 Hutch Trick Star XL 22

10% larger Trick Star rider on 22's (mods keep editing this and changing it to 24... it is an XL 22 damnit!)

This custom build started with a US made Trick Star frame and fork, custom stretched/modified by Tim (Theframedoc) to accomodate a set of Faction BMX 22" wheels and tires.  This bike is about the same length as my XL-24, but the standover height is lower, and top tube is longer. 
Has Redline mid-school 180mm flights, HUTCH (JDB) Beartrap pedals with modified cages, Western H stem, Hutch layback post, Hi-Caliber brakes.  This thing rides GREAT -- already my favorite bike for cruising around.  Hutch Baby Blue powder coat by Chip @C4.   Recently updated wheels to Ukai ano-blue w/22" snakebellies


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#2 2011-04-27 4:09am

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star XL 22

Interesting build!

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#3 2011-04-27 10:04am

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star XL 22

man thats pretty sweet. if you put 20inch forks on it can you run 20" wheels?

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#4 2011-04-27 10:11am

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star XL 22

awesome!!!


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#5 2011-04-27 11:48am

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star XL 22

yikes  WOW  cool


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#6 2011-04-27 12:31pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star XL 22

Wow, killer project.  So what has been changed on the frame?  Longer seat/chain stays, top tube/downtube stretch, longer forks?  The result looks really nice.  I had know idea about the existence of 22" rims until now.  That is really sweet.  I wish that Knight or Kappa would make a run of these in 24".  Of coarse, I would probably find out to late like I did with the Proformer.


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#7 2011-04-27 12:33pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star XL 22

Technically yes... But it would have a really long rear triangle, and a rear brake caliper wouldn't reach the rim so it would have to use a coaster brake if it had a rear brake...

RustyChain wrote:

man thats pretty sweet. if you put 20inch forks on it can you run 20" wheels?


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#8 2011-04-27 1:49pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star XL 22

Yes, yes, yes, yes smile  All those tubes, plus the seat tube is stretched a little taller as well. 

Chip @ C4labs and Tim @theframedoc can both do custom 24" Trick Stars; there are a couple of them on here in the Museum.  I wanted to do something that was more like an extra large Trick Star, less like a Trick Star "styled" XL-24... So far I really like the feel/size of it.  Much different than my XL-24 (which I also love to ride!) 

freestyle4me wrote:

Wow, killer project.  So what has been changed on the frame?  Longer seat/chain stays, top tube/downtube stretch, longer forks?  The result looks really nice.  I had know idea about the existence of 22" rims until now.  That is really sweet.  I wish that Knight or Kappa would make a run of these in 24".  Of coarse, I would probably find out to late like I did with the Proformer.


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#9 2011-04-27 8:05pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star XL 22

nice a 22". so funky! congrats.  i hope this movement picks up popularity! big_smile


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#10 2011-04-27 8:08pm

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#11 2011-04-27 10:05pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star XL 22

so you are like 6'5"?  Pretty sweet I must say.  I always see the cut down or chopped (pit bikes) but I rarely get to see the opposite.  I would love to take this for a test ride.


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#12 2011-04-28 5:33am

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star XL 22

No, not 6-5 I am under 6 feet tall -- I still ride my 20" Trick Star too, but wanted to build an oversized one for cruising around but still be able to pull a show off move here of there on demand for kids  lol

I love riding my XL-24, but I am a freestyler at heart... basically, I had to have a big Trick Star, but smaller than a 24" smile


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#13 2011-04-30 9:04am

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star XL 22

What a cool concept!!! Its like a TS XL!! Sweet!! A Fav

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#14 2011-05-06 6:31pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star XL 22

I just took this out for its first official ride -- LOVE IT.  Currently it is geared a little high, but I may keep it that way for a while, for cruising around on it.  Super comfortable bike to ride, the TT length and standover height both feel really great... pretty soon I will be breaking it down and sending it out to Chip for powder.  big_smile

**Update 5/20/2011** Tore it down and sent it out to Chip for powder... Pic posted, it is being shipped back my way today!! cool

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#15 2011-06-01 4:09pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star XL 22

Added new pic that compares it in size to my 20" Trick Star and my 24" XL24 -- riding it daily now, but it still needs some finishing touches.


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#16 2012-03-13 7:32pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star XL 22

Added NOS Kenda snakebelly gumwalls to it - lovin' them.  Got some blue ano  22" UKAI's on the way too, need to build them up.  More to come...


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#17 2012-07-04 9:29pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star XL 22

Thats awesome.


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#18 2014-09-16 6:14pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star XL 22

Who else is going to step up and bring an 80's frame up to 22"s?  Maybe a Redline RL20ii22" ? cool


20", 22", 24", and 26" !

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#19 2015-02-17 2:43pm

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star XL 22

bump!!


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#20 2015-03-04 11:51am

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Re: 1985 Hutch Trick Star XL 22

added a pic of the ano blue Ukai 22" wheel mounted... have a set of JDB aerospeeds I may put on as well... haven't taken them out of the box yet


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