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#1 2015-06-18 3:41pm

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2015 Hutch Trick Star

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2015 Hutch Trick Star

My current flatland rider

I was getting tired of many new school bikes looking the same and was always a fan of the original Trickstar (bar the weld on fork pegs and standers as they used to get in the way IMHO).I love new skool tech, but prefer old school designs and colours, so when JDB brought this out I had to be a part of it.




Parts list:
Frame -Hutch JDB 2015 Trickstar Flatland
Forks - Odyssey FlatwareHeadset - OdysseyGyro - Snafu MobeusStem - St Martin X26Bars - Peregrine Q 1.5Levers - Odyssey RX-5Brakes - Odyssey EVO II with London modBrake Bridge - UltraworksGrips - ODI MushroomSeat Clamp -Hutch JDBSeat Post - S&M Long JohnstonSeat - Staystrong Cranks - Hutch JDB Aerospeed Chainring - Custom PeregrineChain - KMC Half-linkPedals - Odyssey TwistedRims - G Sport BirdcagesHubs - Profile Elite (front), Z Coaster (rear)Tyres - Odyssey Frequency GPegs - Tree Balsa 35's





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#2 2015-06-18 10:55pm

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Re: 2015 Hutch Trick Star

so sick. not the hugest hutch fan but this is one of my favorite builds ive ever seen. nice work man. love flatland bikes you did well. classy

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#3 2015-06-19 12:56am

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Re: 2015 Hutch Trick Star

Not into oldschool/Hutch at all either (I know this is technically newschool but you know what I mean) but that is Sensational. Awesome work.

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#4 2015-06-19 1:09am

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Re: 2015 Hutch Trick Star

Awesome build well done .........winkcool


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#5 2015-06-19 9:49am

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Re: 2015 Hutch Trick Star

Yo Trevor, you nailed this one.  Not surprised, all of your builds are so dope!


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#6 2015-06-19 4:07pm

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Re: 2015 Hutch Trick Star

Thanks guys!, better pictures now added!

Jriedmiller, I couldn't have done it without your help, thank you smile

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#7 2015-07-20 2:10pm

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Re: 2015 Hutch Trick Star

WOW...
This is by far the best new school Trick Star I've seen so far.
LOVE the setup!  Those forks are a great match and looks like you have it dialed.


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#8 2015-07-29 2:36pm

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Re: 2015 Hutch Trick Star

Thanks Chromey, I've been riding this one daily for Flatland and i must say it's my favourite, as it's not too heavy or fly away light, it feels stable for rolling tricks and spins quick..this is what I always wanted out of an original Trick Star.

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#9 2015-10-19 6:40am

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Re: 2015 Hutch Trick Star

Nice bike, build and bus!! Are you London-based?

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#10 2015-11-08 6:03pm

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Re: 2015 Hutch Trick Star

MickRich393 wrote:

Nice bike, build and bus!! Are you London-based?

Thanks MickRich and yeah I'm from London:cool:

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#11 2016-02-01 10:25am

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Awesome bike smile


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#12 2016-02-01 6:14pm

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Nice Build!!!!!


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#13 2016-12-06 4:03pm

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Re: 2015 Hutch Trick Star

That back end looks long - what is your centre of crank spindle to centre of axle measurement, please?
Thanks.

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#14 2017-03-23 6:08pm

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Re: 2015 Hutch Trick Star

Do you run chain tensioners on this bike? I just got one of these frames and I'm trying to find which ones would fit.

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#15 2017-09-01 1:05pm

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moncho wrote:

Do you run chain tensioners on this bike? I just got one of these frames and I'm trying to find which ones would fit.

Hi, Sorry I'm not running chain tensioners on this one.

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#16 2017-09-01 1:12pm

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Re: 2015 Hutch Trick Star

wadeaminute wrote:

That back end looks long - what is your centre of crank spindle to centre of axle measurement, please?
Thanks.

On the website the measurements are: 13.875" chain stay

But I run mine slammed and it feels pretty similar to my S&M Intrikat which is 13"

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#17 2017-09-01 1:23pm

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Re: 2015 Hutch Trick Star

retrofreak wrote:

moncho wrote:

Do you run chain tensioners on this bike? I just got one of these frames and I'm trying to find which ones would fit.

Hi, Sorry I'm not running chain tensioners on this one.

I'd try the Redline 14mm ones, they should probably work.  I have those on a Classic Condor which has LOOOONG dropouts similar to the TS and they work great.


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#18 2017-09-01 3:29pm

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Re: 2015 Hutch Trick Star

retrofreak wrote:

wadeaminute wrote:

That back end looks long - what is your centre of crank spindle to centre of axle measurement, please?
Thanks.

On the website the measurements are: 13.875" chain stay

But I run mine slammed and it feels pretty similar to my S&M Intrikat which is 13"

I mean no disrespect, but a difference of 7/8" shouldn't feel the same. Could I bother you to take a tape measure and check it out at your convenience? I find the Hutch website lacking with regard to stats and measurements. Thanks in advance.

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#19 2017-09-06 10:24pm

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Re: 2015 Hutch Trick Star

wadeaminute wrote:

retrofreak wrote:

wadeaminute wrote:

That back end looks long - what is your centre of crank spindle to centre of axle measurement, please?
Thanks.

On the website the measurements are: 13.875" chain stay

But I run mine slammed and it feels pretty similar to my S&M Intrikat which is 13"

I mean no disrespect, but a difference of 7/8" shouldn't feel the same. Could I bother you to take a tape measure and check it out at your convenience? I find the Hutch website lacking with regard to stats and measurements. Thanks in advance.

I'll get the measurements for you shortly and yes the 7/8" doesn't make any difference to me at all...Rear wheel tricks like manuals and turbines etc feel the same on both bikes.
The only difference between my Intrikat is that it feels a tad lighter and has better chain clearance on the stays, the Trickstar has angled chain stays, so the chain will rub when loose, but it has a tad more foot clearance from the pedal to the peg.

I wouldn't read too much into geometry as you can adapt to pretty much anything once a bike is dialled to your tastes.
These two bikes feel so similar that I switch between them several times a week with no issue.

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#20 2017-09-07 12:19am

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Re: 2015 Hutch Trick Star

retrofreak wrote:

These two bikes feel so similar that I switch between them several times a week with no issue.

Do you have any time left to ride the sweet-looking race rigs that I've just been admiring?

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#21 2017-09-07 9:31am

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Re: 2015 Hutch Trick Star

retrofreak wrote:

wadeaminute wrote:

retrofreak wrote:


On the website the measurements are: 13.875" chain stay

But I run mine slammed and it feels pretty similar to my S&M Intrikat which is 13"

I mean no disrespect, but a difference of 7/8" shouldn't feel the same. Could I bother you to take a tape measure and check it out at your convenience? I find the Hutch website lacking with regard to stats and measurements. Thanks in advance.

I'll get the measurements for you shortly and yes the 7/8" doesn't make any difference to me at all...Rear wheel tricks like manuals and turbines etc feel the same on both bikes.
The only difference between my Intrikat is that it feels a tad lighter and has better chain clearance on the stays, the Trickstar has angled chain stays, so the chain will rub when loose, but it has a tad more foot clearance from the pedal to the peg.

I wouldn't read too much into geometry as you can adapt to pretty much anything once a bike is dialled to your tastes.
These two bikes feel so similar that I switch between them several times a week with no issue.

Glad that they feel the same to you. Geometry makes a great difference to me - even 1/4" difference in the rear end is instantly noticeable to me.

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#22 2017-09-20 2:50pm

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Re: 2015 Hutch Trick Star

wadeaminute wrote:

retrofreak wrote:

wadeaminute wrote:

I mean no disrespect, but a difference of 7/8" shouldn't feel the same. Could I bother you to take a tape measure and check it out at your convenience? I find the Hutch website lacking with regard to stats and measurements. Thanks in advance.

I'll get the measurements for you shortly and yes the 7/8" doesn't make any difference to me at all...Rear wheel tricks like manuals and turbines etc feel the same on both bikes.
The only difference between my Intrikat is that it feels a tad lighter and has better chain clearance on the stays, the Trickstar has angled chain stays, so the chain will rub when loose, but it has a tad more foot clearance from the pedal to the peg.

I wouldn't read too much into geometry as you can adapt to pretty much anything once a bike is dialled to your tastes.
These two bikes feel so similar that I switch between them several times a week with no issue.

Glad that they feel the same to you. Geometry makes a great difference to me - even 1/4" difference in the rear end is instantly noticeable to me.

The Trickstar isn’t slammed at the moment as my half link snapped, so it's currently sitting at 360mm /14.1732”, it's less when slammed obviously.

My Intrikat is slammed at 350mm/ 13.7795”

Both ride the same bar the slight weight difference.

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