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#1 2014-12-24 4:09pm

Do A Trick
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1988 Hutch Trick Styler

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1988 Hutch Trick Styler

24 K gold/ 4130 cromoly Limited Edition

The "mostly hated" Hutch Trick styler.
I was born in Baltimore so I have a locational tie to the Hutch company and grew up riding Trickstars.
I even named my son Hutch!
Interesting story about the wheels on this bike is that they were given by Mr. Rich Hutchins to a friend of mine who was sponsored by Hutch.
Frame: Hutch Trick styler 24k/4130 cromoly limited edition pearlescent white
Fork: Hutch Trick styler, double peg mount positions, pearlescent white
Headset: Tioga Beartrap 2
Stem: Pro Neck, gold anno
Bars: Hutch Bad Bars
Grips: A'me Rounds
Brake levers: Dia-Compe Tech 77
Seat: Hutch Hi-Caliber Tricktop
Post: Odyssey layback
Clamp: Hutch donut, gold plated
Cranks: Odyssey Excalibur 175 X 24
Pedals: KHE Stimulatorz (MKS Graphite X copies)
BB: Odyssey Dynatron sealed system
Disck: Pro Neck
Ring: Takagi 44 t
Fixing bolts: Sugino
Chain: Izumi 1/8"
Fr. Brake: Dia-Compe 883, short bolt
Rr. Brake: Dia-Compe 990 1st gen
Brake pads: Skyway FS front (threaded)/rear (canti post)
Brake cables: Odyssey slic front/ Odyssey Gyro rear
Detangler: Odyssey Gyro, 1st gen
Front wheel: JoyTech 48 hub, gold plated spokes, 7X style rim
Rear wheel: Suntour coaster 48 hub, gold plated spokes, 7X style rim
Tires: Haro Multi-surface 3, 2.1 size
Pegs: Hutch dual thread, front & rear


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#2 2014-12-26 5:31am

MickRich393
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Re: 1988 Hutch Trick Styler

cool


Check out my 1983 VDC-built Trident, 1983 Kuwi Laserlite and 2011 Crupi race rig, plus the all things Crupi & old school scene in Japan threads. Always interested in buying used, mid-school race plates.

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#3 2014-12-26 5:42am

TaylorRides
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Re: 1988 Hutch Trick Styler

Sweet bike.  Named your kid Hutch? Now that is dedication!!


Taylor Allen John Anstrom  .....  Finally found my baby. 1987 Roadmaster Thriller Freestyle!!  Baby blue with white tires and gum sidewalls.  The members of this site made it possible to make my dream come true.

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#4 2014-12-28 5:54am

StovePipeTNT
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Re: 1988 Hutch Trick Styler

That frame is looks like a jungle gym....cool looking ! smilebig_smilelolcool


"If this be treason make the most of it"... "If we don't hang together, we'll all hang separately."

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#5 2015-01-06 3:24pm

Kurt_Rad
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Re: 1988 Hutch Trick Styler

OMG


Bold

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#6 2018-03-04 11:49am

78CarlitoBandito
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Re: 1988 Hutch Trick Styler

Love Em !!!!https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/246212/screenshot_2017-10-21-09-30-435a9c4dbc49.png

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#7 2018-03-04 5:20pm

miketfromracine
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From: racine WI
Registered: 2011-10-07
Posts: 177
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Re: 1988 Hutch Trick Styler

Awesome bike, lame name.


Newbie...
No front brakes, except for freestyle.
Adjust your seat and bars, so it looks like you actually ride.
Use cruiser bars on cruisers.
No laybacks on cruisers either, jeez.

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#8 2019-01-23 6:16am

coolcat70-1
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From: Downtown Right Coast
Registered: 2013-12-21
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Re: 1988 Hutch Trick Styler

Didn't like the look of these bitd now I think they look cool. Awesome ride

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