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#726 2018-04-03 12:39pm

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Re: Hutch Trick Star thread

justlive wrote:

polterdeal wrote:

justlive wrote:


Trust me it is lol

I know your pain Chris!!!! I've ridden my TS twice. Both times with my kids, easy riding. Since I finished mine in what? late november I think....

Yea yea yea we all know u finished yours in November and I finished mine in February blah blah blah... Lol lollollollol
Seriously though man, I hear ya. That's a long time to go without really breaking it in. I'll literally die if I have to wait that long lol.

HAHA, I wasn;'t digging at ya bro... just know your pain homie.


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#727 2018-04-03 12:40pm

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Re: Hutch Trick Star thread

polterdeal wrote:

justlive wrote:

polterdeal wrote:


I know your pain Chris!!!! I've ridden my TS twice. Both times with my kids, easy riding. Since I finished mine in what? late november I think....

Yea yea yea we all know u finished yours in November and I finished mine in February blah blah blah... Lol lollollollol
Seriously though man, I hear ya. That's a long time to go without really breaking it in. I'll literally die if I have to wait that long lol.

HAHA, I wasn;'t digging at ya bro... just know your pain homie.

Lol I know. I was just messin with ya tongue


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#728 2018-04-03 12:50pm

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Re: Hutch Trick Star thread

madcat wrote:

chromey wrote:

Skatepark pics from a few years ago... thrashin' on my Trickstar.
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … a24e5a.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 9d5b2b.jpg

Good to see an 80s TS ridden hard.

Thanks, that bike rode great. the goemetry was very comfortable for ramp and flatland. On that ride, I was running all old school parts, with some mid-school tires,  swapped the forks for Race forks so i could use Axle pegs, and luckily the previous owner cut the rear frame stands off, so rear pegs worked great.

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#729 2018-04-03 12:55pm

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Re: Hutch Trick Star thread

spyker wrote:

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spyker wrote:


Love this bike! Have you ridden it yet?

Thanks buddy! Man, I have been waiting patiently every since I finished it. It's either been too cold or too wet. Only time it's been nice is when I'm at work roll Supposed to be cold and rainy again this weekend. But I've sat on it alot lol.

The suspense would be killing me!

Least it's not snowing like here


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#730 2018-04-03 12:55pm

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Re: Hutch Trick Star thread

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This bike finished yet? Geez come on,what ya waiting for.

No snow


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#731 2018-04-03 12:58pm

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ator wrote:

Sweet Pegs!

Got them from a cool a$$ member thank you


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#732 2018-04-03 1:38pm

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Re: Hutch Trick Star thread

Nfamous wrote:

spyker wrote:

justlive wrote:


Thanks buddy! Man, I have been waiting patiently every since I finished it. It's either been too cold or too wet. Only time it's been nice is when I'm at work roll Supposed to be cold and rainy again this weekend. But I've sat on it alot lol.

The suspense would be killing me!

Least it's not snowing like here

Practice your flatland skills in the basement!


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#733 2018-04-03 6:56pm

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Re: Hutch Trick Star thread

chromey wrote:

madcat wrote:

chromey wrote:

Skatepark pics from a few years ago... thrashin' on my Trickstar.
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … a24e5a.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 9d5b2b.jpg

Good to see an 80s TS ridden hard.

Thanks, that bike rode great. the goemetry was very comfortable for ramp and flatland. On that ride, I was running all old school parts, with some mid-school tires,  swapped the forks for Race forks so i could use Axle pegs, and luckily the previous owner cut the rear frame stands off, so rear pegs worked great.

smile

Cool I think some would cringe at the idea of a very collectable bike being used for riding. I'm impressed it held up (I hope, lol).

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#734 2018-04-07 4:57pm

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#735 2018-04-08 3:26am

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That's ^^^ really cool! cool

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#736 2018-04-08 8:57pm

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HEFRMLA! wrote:

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 52352.jpeg
Workin on changin this one up.. Jus gonna hang the vdc bars on my wall!

Those bars are sick! cool


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#737 2018-04-16 8:09am

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#738 2018-04-16 9:04am

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Enter Purple Reign ~ Work in progress  smile

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/45231/purple-reign---trick-star5ad4c92476.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/45231/purple-reign---25ad4c9f7e1.jpg

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#739 2018-10-02 12:50pm

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Re: Hutch Trick Star thread

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#740 2018-10-02 12:56pm

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Re: Hutch Trick Star thread

^ nice! that a fresh build? how do you like it compared to the RL20ii? cool


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#741 2018-10-02 1:01pm

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http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/239596/a4e8fe0c-605f-47dd-a6c8-d782699d87e65bb3ce45d8.jpeg
ORIGINAL Finish! Couple more things to finish these

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#742 2018-10-02 1:13pm

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Re: Hutch Trick Star thread

lowrider wrote:

^ nice! that a fresh build? how do you like it compared to the RL20ii? cool

thanks man. smile
No, i built it up almost 2 years ago.  But swapped out the stem and bars maybe a year ago and I just haven't ridden it much so it needed some air. 
we were headed out to the track friday night and i knew there was a skate park next door, so i snagged it walking out for a little pre race, skate park action.  but it started to drizzle and man, metal ramps in the rain are the WORST lol, so i was only out there a few minutes and just snapped a few pics. 

IT's a helluva lot tighter and lighter than the 20II.  But not as bad as i thought i would be - i'm 6'4" and good sized dude so i was sweating it a bit.  I had it out on an 8 mile cruise for an old school ride about a year ago and it wasn't bad at all.  and even on the few short lines i took on the skate park friday before i about washed out, it felt great.  They just feel so light compared to my heavier haro's and redlines i feel like my 200 LB azz is going to crumple it, but it's just a mental thing.  never had an issue.  lol

however, dude all that being said.  pretty much ALL my old school bikes feel pretty tiny compared to my daily riders.  My race bike is 22.5" top tube, and my two park bikes (both S&M) are 21.5" and 21" TT's.  So all the old stuff feels relatively small. 
probably my favorite OLD bike to ride is this.  but it's probably because I just don't care if I "F" it up and i have more ride time on it than any other old ride i have got.  my "Spaster" mash up.  this ugly beast rides AWESOME (Shown here with my buddy william providing hand signal support)
it's an 87 sport frame with all kinds of old, some mid, and some new pieces on it.  late 90's GT 1" fork with 990's, primo hoops on old azz sealed suzue hubs, lol
does the trick. 
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/107408/42758785_2787923174566822_7134388854198370304_n5bb3d0f696.jpg


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#743 2018-10-02 1:19pm

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Cool, thanks for the input. I've always been a small guy so I've always like the feel of a Trickstar. Went from the 80s ones to the new retro when they came out, but I've got an RL20ii, just haven't tried riding it yet to see how it compares cool


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#744 2018-10-02 1:27pm

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Re: Hutch Trick Star thread

lowrider wrote:

Cool, thanks for the input. I've always been a small guy so I've always like the feel of a Trickstar. Went from the 80s ones to the new retro when they came out, but I've got an RL20ii, just haven't tried riding it yet to see how it compares cool

probably feel a bit long and tall.  but i bet you rock it just fine.  won't take much to get used to


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#745 2018-10-02 2:20pm

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Re: Hutch Trick Star thread

detroitjohnny wrote:

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 9666dc.jpg


http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 967a58.jpg


I'm certainly not an expert, but I've never seen a rotor cable 'setup' like this before.   Anyone have any info?

I recognize that pink Trickstar... lol!
That was my buddy's bike. He bought it new from Parma Cycles in OH in the late 80s.http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/104697/screenshot_20181002-172538_chrome5bb3e6110a.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/104697/screenshot_20181002-172527_chrome5bb3e60f70.jpg

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#746 2018-10-02 2:31pm

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Those pics are from the 2012 NEO ride... Sad story there....he lost everything over a chic! Job, cars, bike, house and soul...  sad

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#747 2018-10-02 3:19pm

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Re: Hutch Trick Star thread

Nice Rider OG paint and decals no show queen,

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/91975/20170709_1918365bb3edf3a1.jpg


http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/91975/20170709_1919085bb3ee273f.jpg


http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/91975/20170709_1918305bb3ee461b.jpg


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#748 2018-10-02 3:22pm

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#749 2018-10-02 3:39pm

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Re: Hutch Trick Star thread

Yes OG paint on the frame and decals even has the original bike shop decal on the seat post tube. Thanks for the question.  Enjoy

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