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#1 2015-02-14 5:46pm

para bellum
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1980 Hutch Pro Racer

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1980 Hutch Pro Racer

Rare Speed Thruster built Hutch.

I recently started looking for and rebuilding "Old School BMX". It's one of the only things brings out the child in me. All of my bike riding memories are all positive and even now when I ride I feel like I go back in time. Hope you enjoy it. And if you question the unstamped brake bridge, do your homework and you will see that even the Factory Rider Heidi Mirisola raced an unstamped Hutch in 1980. Thank you. It also doesn't have any brakes I was afraid of breaking the bridge, I stop the Old School way, with my shoe jammed on the rear of the frame.


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#2 2015-02-14 9:09pm

pkripper68bmx
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Re: 1980 Hutch Pro Racer

cool

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#3 2015-02-15 6:17am

MotrinX
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Re: 1980 Hutch Pro Racer

I agree. I use the patented K-swiss break pads myself. Nice ride btw.

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#4 2015-02-23 6:06pm

para bellum
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Re: 1980 Hutch Pro Racer

Thanks. I'm glad to see that there are other BMX Riders enjoying this as well.

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#5 2015-03-04 9:01pm

looptailnut
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Re: 1980 Hutch Pro Racer

1982

Profile made the 80-81 Hutch frames with a drilled brake bridge


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#6 2015-03-04 9:08pm

saskbmx
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Re: 1980 Hutch Pro Racer

sick.

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#7 2015-03-05 11:43am

para bellum
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Re: 1980 Hutch Pro Racer

http://www.hutchbmx.be/identification1.html, Here is a link to see the reason this is not an 82. There were some that were made without the stamped or drilled brake bridge. If you read, the drilled out brake bridge frames came out after the blank brake bridge. The last give away is the forks. So its pre, Drilled brake bridge.

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#8 2015-03-05 6:43pm

looptailnut
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Re: 1980 Hutch Pro Racer

The URL was not found. Profile made the first Hutch frames brah.
Speed Unlimited/Thruster was the second vendor to make Hutch frames before they were brought in house.


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#9 2015-04-28 5:30pm

mroze1
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Re: 1980 Hutch Pro Racer

81.  Personally seen one in 1981.

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#10 2015-11-05 11:09pm

Champ_Pro_Jono
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Re: 1980 Hutch Pro Racer

coolcoolcool cool bike man..

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#11 2017-08-22 11:22pm

CruiserGuy
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Re: 1980 Hutch Pro Racer

That is an early 1982 frame. The first Hutch frames were drilled bridge models. The blank bridge frames were made just before Hutch started stamping the bridges and after the drilled bridge versions were made.  There were 2 variations of the drilled bridge. One with 3 holes on the T and the Profile made version with a 2 hole T. Your bike should be listed as an 82. cool

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WANTED: 80s HUTCH GRIPS & RARE 80s HUTCH USA ITEMS, AEROSPEEDS 1st/2nd gen Pads etc. Nice Yellow Label or Blue/Green Label Comp II or III Tires 20/24 Black.

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