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#126 2015-07-09 9:47am

DamageInc
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Re: My old Hutch Trick Star

Just remembered I never updated this with the completed version of my bike. Added a couple more color coordinated parts and now all I have to do is ride and enjoy it!
Thanks to everyone who helped with the parts needed to complete this.
https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7468/15866209146_93242aeece_b.jpg
https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7553/15704763400_3c524d1b51_b.jpg
https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7511/15866206026_5eced168a5_b.jpg
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#127 2015-07-09 10:47am

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Re: My old Hutch Trick Star

Nice. Digging the Purple bars!


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#128 2015-07-09 11:20am

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Re: My old Hutch Trick Star

chromey wrote:

Nice. Digging the Purple bars!

I'm with you Matt.....the bb f/f with purple bars is sick!!

Maybe it's time for an upgrade for you?! loltongue

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#129 2015-08-17 12:12am

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Damage dude... That's an awesome story/build thread! My favorite so far by far.

Looks like you and I had the exact same childhood up in NH. lol.

Especially loved this pic of you on the quarter pipe in your back yard. I still can't find my pics of when I got some air. I never got as high as you did there doing the aerial though. I did my foot plants that high though and in the same counter clockwise direction. When I find my pic, I'll post it too. cool

My 'aerials' were really just half way up and clockwise. For some reason I wasn't comfortable going the other way around. Weird.

And I remember selling my quarterpipe in the wanted ads and having a whole fam and all their kids come over to pick it up. Dad and kids were stoked! It was huge and all metal frame. Those were the days...

https://c2.staticflickr.com/8/7384/9232369323_d1835b6ee3_n.jpg

And you still look skinny and healthy enough in that pic you posted that you could with some training get back into it perhaps. Good to finally see who I'm talking to.

Thanks for sharing! Glad to have you on here. Let's stay in touch.

Wicked cool! Haha.

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I'm not so Pro and not much of a Performer. But stoked to be here. Turning 14 again. Say hi. Be cool.

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#130 2015-08-17 12:56am

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Nice work looks awesome ............wink


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#131 2015-08-17 8:15am

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Ha, "wicked" , somehow I lost the use of that word over the years after moving away.
Thanks for the compliments guys. Im excited to have this old bike back.

As for the quarter pipe, I was also a bit nervous. That shot was really about the most I got up to. Once I passed the open edge it got a little scary back in those days. And about the same time I was getting that "air" I was also 16 or 17 so of course the license and driving started to take over, bike took the back seat.Not much for practicing anymore.

I was lucky to buy a hole half pipe from a kid I went to school with. He was a skater and at the time his family was moving so I stepped up with the $150 or something silly , went over to dismantle it and trucked it to my home and only built the half back up.

And yeh, still skinny i suppose. Although I think I have been off the little bikes for so long Im scared to even do the simpler ground tricks that I used to do in fear of crashing and doing bodily harm. These days I have to think about a job to pay bills and support the kid who will hopefully one day take over my new old bikes to enjoy like I do.
But I will ride and pop a few wheelies still. lol
Maybe a bit more practicing is in order. I do miss doing the trick stuff.


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#132 2015-09-09 4:38am

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Yeah. I only use 'wicked cool' now in jest for people who are or still in the area. Only New Englanders really know that phrase. I lost it the day I left. lol.

Yep. Sad how the license at 16 ruins BMX for most of us. It did me. But the same week I got my license I piled all my buddies into my van and went to a recording studio for the first time. Did a whole song in 3 hours. Heavy metal baby!!! Those were the days of hair metal. And yes, I had a mullet.

And yes, I'm scared to even do ground tricks at the moment. Still need a lot of hours riding to get my coordination and bone density back first. lol.

Yes. Let's both do more practicing. Maybe we can challenge each other over the next two years and surprise ourselves with how much we can do. Need it for health anyway... might as well have fun doing it on a bike.


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I'm not so Pro and not much of a Performer. But stoked to be here. Turning 14 again. Say hi. Be cool.

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#133 2015-09-10 7:26pm

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Whicked cool!!! Jajajajajajaja

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#134 2015-09-10 8:11pm

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Wow, this is awesome:

https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8609/15705967869_97d78de768_b.jpg


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#135 2015-09-10 8:50pm

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Re: My old Hutch Trick Star

Yeah looks sick with those blue tires

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#136 2015-09-11 8:08am

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Thanks guys.
I actually keep wondering how it would look with the new Kenda lavender tires from Porkchop to balance the lavender out a bit more. probably should just leave it alone at this point though and stop buying more parts. lol


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#137 2019-06-27 7:36am

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Re: My old Hutch Trick Star

Wow, what an enjoyable journey I just took with Damage Inc on this awesome trick star build!

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#138 2019-06-27 7:46am

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Re: My old Hutch Trick Star

Hey thanks!
I have since brought it back to its 80s look and loving it and still ride it. Brings back the memories. http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/132277/a208cc68-56de-4663-9313-062f35ef33815d14d68719.jpeg

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#139 2019-06-27 7:51am

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Re: My old Hutch Trick Star

Looks great


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#140 2019-06-27 9:02am

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Re: My old Hutch Trick Star

cool story bro tongue


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I finally submitted a few of my bikes to the museum so check them out and fave them if you like smile

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#141 2019-06-27 11:16am

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Damage - what a great story!! I really enjoyed reading it!

I’m in Huntersville, NC would love to ride with you and that Hutch one day!

I wasn’t that proficient at tricks and stuff as a kid, but I’ve been reppin’ riding my 20”, 24”, and 26” builds with wheelies.

Looking into getting into racing soon t Hornets Nest BMX in the near future.


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#142 2019-06-27 12:28pm

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Man this is a great thread cool

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#143 2019-06-27 4:32pm

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Re: My old Hutch Trick Star

I had so much fun reading this at work quickly today, I decided to read the whole thing again. Awesome strory and awesome build!! That trick star is BLAZIN !!!

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